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ANNUAL REPORT 



r)K TMK 



SECRETAEY OF STATE, 



TO THB 



Cxovcnior of tlie iStatc of Ohio, 



FOEl THE YKAPx 18S1- 



COLUMBUS : 

G. J. BRAND & CO., STATE I'HINTEKS. 
1882. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



r)K TMK 



SECRETAEY OF STATE, 



TO THE 



Governor of tlio Siaiv of Oliio. 



FOR THE YEAR IgSi- 



COLUMBUS : 

G. J. BHASD & CO., STATE PIUNTERS. 
1882. 



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" NOV 

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Office c>f Sec«ktaky of State, 

CoLUMBrs, 0., Novcmhcr lo, 1881. 

To H'lH Exrellency, Charles Foster, Governor of Ohio : 

Sir: In obedience to law, T have the honor herewith to Mibmit the 
annual report of this department for the fiscal year ending the 15th 
day of November, 1881. 

CORPORATIONS. 

During the year there have been filed in this office seven hundred 
and thirty-eight articles of incorporation ; four hundred and ninety-six 
with capital stock, and two hundred and forty-two without capital stock. 

Fifty-six certificates of increase of capital stock, and six certifi- 
cates of reduction of capital stock liave also been filetl. 

Of the corporations created as above stated, one liundrcd and seventy- 
two are manufacturing companies; thirty-one mining companies; sixty- 
seven railroad companies; forty-seven building and loan associations; 
sixteen printing and publishing companies; nineteen electric light com- 
panies; 1^\Q: gas companies; four co-operative store com])anios; three 
fire-insurance companies; four mutual fire associations; fifteen telegraph 
and telephone companies; thirteen cemetery associations; two savings 
and loan associations; sixty-five mutual aid asscniations : one hundred 
and fifty-two religious societies and benevolent associations; four colleges 
and literary societies; and ninety various other companies, societies 
and associations. In addition to these, there have been filed fifteen 
agreements of consolidation of railroad companies. Beside th(»so, there 
have been filed and recorded a large number of miscellaneous i)apers. 
Tabular and classified statements of the instruments named above an^ 
prepared, and will appear in the subsequent pagr^s of this report 

There has been an increase of the capital stock of corporations, 
organized previous to this fiscal i?^i\r just closed, of ?4(),0in,12o, and a 
reduction of the capital stock of like corporations of 81,*2C>."),()(K). Thci 
capital stock of companies, incorporated during the present fiscal year, is 
8310,029,950. Two hundred and thirty-five corporations have filed cer- 
tificates, showing that ten per centum of their capital stock has been sub- 
scribed. 



4 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

The records of incorj>orations have become very voluminous, filling 
twenty-three large volumes. The general index of such records is im- 
perfect, making it very laborious to trace the history of the various cor- 
porations,- whose original papers and various changes have been filed 
and recorded. A new and complete general index, of proper form, is 
much needed for the convenience of the office and the public. I respect- 
fully ask that an appropriation bo made for such purpose. 

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 

During the year ten villages and one hamlet liavi- been incorpo- 
rated ; to fifteen, territory has been annexed; two villages have been 
advanced to cities of the second class, fourth grade. In the case of the 
village of Columbus Grove, Putnam county, the original papers having 
been lost, copies from the records of said county have been filed, pursu- 
ant to a special act of the General Assembly, passed at the recent ad- 
journed session of that body. 

REVISED STATUTES. 

Since I assumed the duties of secretary of state, the county audi- 
tors of the following counties have settled with this ofiice for Revised 
Statutes, and of whom I have received the amounts following, to wit: 
from Washington, S127.oO; Scioto, SIO.CX); Noble, Slo.CK); Champaign, 
»137.50; Morgan, 850.85; Adams, 862.50; Cuyahoga, 8719.80: Preble, 
85.00; Ross, 8237.50; Putnam, 889.75; Erie, 8157.50; Seneca, 8240,00: 
total, 81,861.90; I have aLso sold sixty-seven copies of volume 1, and 
sixty-four copies of volume 2, and have received therefor the sum of 
8327.50, which amounts I have duly covered into the state treasury. 

I have in my custody, eighteen hundred and fifty coi)ies of Volume 
one, and two thousand copies of Volume two of the Revised Statutes, 
which may soon lose all value, as books of law, because of a later publica- 
tion of tlie work. 

SUPIIEME COURT REPORTS. 

In compliance with an order of the Supreme Court, made at the 
January term, 1881, and section 434 of the Revised Statutes, I have 
issued, from this oilice. Supreme Court reports as follows: One coi>y of 
vol.9 to the clerk of Champaign county Court of Common Pleas: t<» 
the state law library, one copy of vol.9; to the attorney-general, one 
• copy of vol. 35 ; to Judge Swing, of the U. S. District Court, one copy of 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 5 

vol. 35 ; to states and territories, eleven copies of vol. 32, eleven copies 
of vol. 33, eleven copies of vol. 34, and thirty-three copies of vol. 35. 

Vol. oi'} of the reports is published and ready for disposition na 
directed by law. 

STATIONERY. 

In making the purchases of stationery, required by section 137, Re- 
vised Statutes, I advertised for sealed proposals to furnish such quanti- 
ties, according to samples furnished by dealers, as in my opinion 
were necessary to supply the demand of the legislature and state oHicers, 
and awarded the contracts to the lowest bidders. 

The adoption of the system of competitive bids in the purchase of 
these articles has, I believe, been advantageous to the state. A detailed 
statement of such purchases will be found in this report. 

PAPEll CONTR.VCTS. 

As required by the act of March 18, 1881, the commissioners of 
public printing, after having given due notice by advertisement for 
bids of the several kinds of paper for the state, for the ensuing year, 
on the 15th day of September, 1881, duly opened the several bids, and 
it appearing that the following persons were the lowest and beisjt bid- 
ders, and their bonds being duly approved, awarded the several con- 
tracts to them, as follows: Miami Valley Paper Co., double super-royal, 
lit 8y*/^ cents per pound; Cleveland Paper Co., double iiat cap, at V2^W 
rents i>er pound: and to same company, folio post, at 12^^^^^ cents per 
]>uund; II. W. Derby, flat cap, at 12^^^^ cents per pound ; demy, at l^yVc 
cents per pound ; imperial, at 20 cents per j^ound : Friend and Fox 
Paper Co., brochure cover, at lOyJ^ cents per i)Ound. Thcs(» contracts 
are very favorable to the state. 

When I entered upon the duties of secretary of state, January 10, 
1881, the appropriation which was made to cover the year ending: 
February the 15th, 1881, was exhausted. On said 15th day of February, 
l>i81, valid bills for paper and stationery had been presented, amounting, 
in the aggregate, to 613,840.29, Avhich there was no appropriation U> 
meet, A [X)rtion of this was for purchases made by my predecessor. An 
examination of the detailed stationery account, published in this rejuirt. 
will show a double purchase of stationery within the fiscal year just 
closed. This is accounted for by the fact that, for the fiscal year pre- 
ceding, the jnirchases of stationery for the legislature and state oflicers, 
rcjuired by section 137, Revised Statutes, were not made until after the 
(dose of such fiscal vear. 



6 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

The appropriation for stationery made to cover the period from 
February 15, 1881, to February 15, 1882, was ?50,000, a sum wholly in- 
sufficient to pay for the paper furnished under the contracts made bv 
my predecessor. Tlie paper supplied under such contracts cost the sum 
of $63,978.88. Otlier papers not included in such contracts, and recjuired 
for the use of the state, have been supplied at a cost of §3,92^.70. The 
appropriation of 850,C0(), mentionqd above, is all that was furnished to 
meet the above purchases and the purcliases of miscellaneous stationery. 
The paper used has been largely in excess of the estimates made by my 
predecessor, such excess being caused by the increased size of some of 
the annual reports and the publication of the report of the State Board 
of Equalization. 1 deem it proper to make these statements, in order 
to explain the deficiency in the appropriation for stationery which ex- 
ists, and for wliich the General Assembly will be called upon to provide. 

STATlSTirs. 

I am glad to state that the various officers who have been called 
uiM)n fur statistical reports have furnished them with a good degree of 
promptness and accuracy. 

I regret to say, however, that many of the statistical tables are 
unsatisfactory and incomplete. 

Tlie defects are mainly attributable to the imperfections of our sys- 
tem of collecting statistics. The township assessors, who are charged 
with the duty of collecting various statistical facts, which are made the 
basis of reports of county officers, generally consider such duties of minor 
importance, their main attentitm being given to the listing of property 
for taxation. 

From this cause many statistical facts, bearing upon the material 
growth and development of various sections of the state, are imperfectly 
reported. 

Much fuller reports and greater accuracy would be obtained if asses- 
sors were relieved of such duties, and the county auditors or probate 
judges authorized to appoint persons to collect statistical information 
with special reference to their fitness for such work. One such person 
could collect such information in three or four townships, and, by giving 
his whole attention to the subjet^t, could perform the duties more thor- 
oughly, and the reports obtained would be much more reliable and satis- 
factory. 

This change in the system would be attended with little, if any, 
additional cost. Assessors are now paid by the day for doing such 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. / 

work, and if relieved of such duties, their reduced compensation would 
almost, if not fully, pay the other officers appointed to discharge them- 
In the county of Hamilton the township and ward assessors are not 
charged with the duty of collecting and reporting vital statistics, and 
it is made the duty of physicians and professional midwives to keep a 
registry of births and to report the same to the probate judge every 
three months; and, in case there is no j)hysician or midwife in attend- 
ance at any bifth, it is made the duty of the parents to report the same 
to that office within one month. It is made the duty of physicians, clergy- 
men and sextons to keep a registry of deaths, and rej>ort the same in 
the same manner. Such reports are required to be made under a penalty 
of ten dollars for each neglect, to be sued for and recovered in the name 
of the state. This system has proved to be impracticable, and it i« 
impossible, under it, to obtain reliable statistical information. This 
will readily be seen by an examination of the reports of births and 
deaths in Hamilton county, published in previous statistical reports of 
this department. 

The Hon. Isaac B. Mathon, probate judge of said county, in a letter 
addressed to this office, January 13, 1881, says, "very few persons, who 
are required by law to do so, make reports of births and deaths to this 
office. It is the desire of this office to obtain full reports, and it has 
liccn our custom, for several years past, to frequently notify physicians, 
midwives, ministers and sextons of the provisions of the law and the 
penalty for neglecting to report. Thousands of circulars, blanks, notiocs 
and re<iuests have been sent out to persons, whose duty it is to report to** " 
this office, and the total result of all our labor, and the workings of the 
law is embodied in our reports to you. Until it shall be made the duty 
of some person to enforce the penalty of the law, we cannot hope for 
much fuller reports in this county." 

I am of opinion that the change in the system suggested above, 
would be equally applicable to Hamilton county, and that its adoption 
would secure reasonably reliable statistics from all the counties in the 
state. 

I respectfully invite the attention of the General Assembly to thi« 
important subject. 

FEES. 

In compliance with the act of April 18th, 1881, I have kept an 
account of fees received, amounting to 81,162.30; of which I retained 
$1,000.00, and duly covered the sum of 8162.30 into the state treasury. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



f»l'^ TIIK 



8ECRETAET OF STATE, 



TO THE 



Govoruor of tlie 8tat<' of Ohio. 



FOR THE YKAPx If^l- 



COLUMBUS : 

G. J. BRAND & CO., STATK I'KINTEKS. 
1882. 



Presidi'uts of the United States and their Cabinets, 

FROM. 1789-1881. 



PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABINETS. 



PRESIDENTS AND VICE-PRESIDENTS. 



Presidents. 



Vice-PrcsidentF. 



5 lo 



•1 1 1 

2 I . 

3 2 

4 3 
5 

6 4 

7 , 



H 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



Name. 



Qualified. 






Name. 



14ulO 

15 11 
U\ 12 
Kill 13 

i; 14 



IS 15 

19 ic; 

20 ' 

20a 17| 

21 18 

22 ' 

23 19 

24 20 
24a 21 



I 

Geo. Washington..' April 30, 

..; Mar. 4, 

John Adams Mar. 4, 

Thomas Jefferson..' Mar. 4, 

..! Mar. 4, 

James Madison i Mar. 4, 

** 1 Mar. 4, 

1 

James Monroe i Mar. 4, 

" jMar. 5, 

John Q. Adams i Mar. 4, 

Andrew Jackson... I Mar. 4, 

...;Mar. 4, 

Martin Van Buren Mar. 4, 

Wm. H. Harrison.. Mar. 4, 

John Tyler April 6, 



1789 ,! 1 John Adams 

1793 

1797 

1801 

1805 

1809 

1813 



2 Thomas Jefferson | 

3 Aaron Burr --! 



4 George Clinton. 

5 Elbridge Gerry . 



James K. Polk I 

Zachary Taylor 1 

Millard Fillmore...! 
Franklin Pierce ...' 



James Buchanan ..' 
Abraham Lincoln' 

Andrew Johnson.. 

Ulysses S. Grant...' 



RHherf'd B. Hayes 
James A. Garfield 
Chester A. Arthur 



Mar. 4, 

Mar. 5, 

July 10, 

Mar. 4, 



Mar. 4, 

Mar. 4, 

Mar. 4, 
April 15, 

Mar. 4, 

Mar. 4, 

Mar. 5, 

Mar. 4, 

Oct. 20, 



1817 
1821 
1825 
1829 
1833 
1837 
1841 
1841 

1845 
1849 
ia50 
1853 



1857 
1861 
1865 
1865 

1869 
1873 

1877 
1881 
1881 



h tJohn Gaillard 

1 1 6 Daniel D. Tompkins.. 



7 John C. Calhoun. 



'! 8 Martin Van Buren ' 

i| 9 Richard M. Johnson ' 

110 John Tyler ' 

!| I'tSamuel L. South.ird ...I 

'i ) tWillie P. Mangum i 

||ll| George M. Dallas j 

12i Millard Fillmore | 

I 1 tWilliam R. King i 

|ll3, William R.King 

I , tDavid R. Atchison I 

' 1 tJe^se D. Bright 

|!l4i John C. Breckinridge., 

I|l5 Hannibal Hamlin 

i'l6, Andrew Johnson 

I tLafayette 8. Foster... 
I t Benjamin F. Wade... 

i!l7 Schuyler Colfax 

I 18 Henry Wilson 

+Thomas W. Ferrv ... 
|19 William A. Wheeler... 

'20 Chester A. Arthur 

'21 tThomas F. Bayard.... 
' tDavid Davis 



Qualified. 



June 3, 1789 
Dec. 2, 1793 
M:irch 4, 1797 
March 4, 1801 
March 4, 1805 
March 4, 1809 
March 4, 1813 
Nov. 25.1814 
March 4, 1817 
March 5, 1821 
March 4, 1825 
March 4, 1829 
March 4, 1833 
March 4, 1837 
March 4, 1841 
April 6, 1841 
May 31,1842 
March 4, 1845 
March 5, 1849 
July 11, 1850 
Marc'li 4, 1853 
April 18. 1853 
Dec. 5, ia54 
March 4, 1857 
March 4, 1861 
March 4, 1865 
April 15, 1865 
March 2, 1867 
ISIarch 4, 1869 
March 4. 1873 
Nov. 22,1875 
March 5, 1877 
March 4, 1881 
Oct. 12, 1881 
Oct. 13, 1881 



•'The heavy-faced figures in tliiscoiuran marlc iho terms licid by the presidents*, and are referred 
to in sureeedinj? tables. The smaller figures indiimlo the nnmencal order or bcquenct- of iinlividual 
otbi'ers from the first. 

t Acting Vice-president and President pro tern, or the .^L»nute. 



PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CAIJINET8. 



13 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 



o 



Name. 



Appointed. 






1 Thomas Jefferson. 

2 Edm'nd Randolph 

3 Timothy Pickering 

4 John Marshall 

5 James Madison. .. 



Rol>ert Smith... 
James Monroe. 



8 John il Adams. 



4 
5 

r> 

7 

H 

10 « Henry Clay \ 

l\\(y Martin Van Bureni 

11 Edw'd Livingstonl 
1212 Louis McLane i 

IHi John Forsyth ! 

18 " I 

1414 DanielWebster ! 



Sept. 26, 
March 4, 
Jan. 2, 
Dec. 10, 
March 4, 
May 13, 
March 5, 
March *t, 
March «, 
April 2, 
March 4, 
Mar'^h 5, 
March 5, 
March 7, 
March 6, 
May 24, 
May 29, 
June 27, 
March 4, 
March 5, 



1789 
1793 
1794 
1795 
1797 
1800 
1801 
1805 
1809 
1811 
1813 
1817 
1821 
1825 
1829 

lasi 

1833 
1834 
1837 
1&41 



14a 

15 
16 
17 

15 :i8i 

16 il9 
16ai 

20 

17 21 

I 18 .22. 

! :23 
119 i24 

20 ; 
I 20a 
j 25, 
!21 26 

1 22 ; ; 

! 23 127, 
. 24 28 
;24a 



Name. 



I 



Appointed. 



Daniel Webster 

Hugh S. Legare 

Abel P. Upshur 

John C. CalhouH...; 
James Buchanan- 
John M. Clayton... 

Daniel Webster 

Ed ward Everett | 

William L. Marcy.. 

Lewis Cass j 

Jeremiah S. Black..; 
William H. Seward: 



E. B. Washburne.. 
Hamilton Fish — 

William M. Evarts 
James G. Blaine.. 



April 6, 1^41 
May 24, 1843 
July 24, 1843 
March 6, 1844 
March 6, ia45 
March 8, iai9 
July 22, IHoO 
Nov. 6, ia52 
March 7, 1853 
March 6, 1857 
Doc. 17, lhi6U 
March 5, 1H61 
March 4, 1W>5 
April 15, 1865 
March 5, 1869 
Mar. 11, 1869 
March 4, 1873 
Mar. 12, 1877 
March 4, 1881 
Oct. 20,1881 



«The heavy-faocil Hgures mark the presidential term in which each cabinet officer held hisnpi>oint 
mcnt. as shown by the table of presidents prec ding. 



SECRETARIES OF THE TREASURY. 



^^! 



Name. 



1 Alex. Hamilton , 



2 Oliver Wolcott., 



Samuel Dexter, 
Albert Gallatin 



Appointed. 



! e: 

7 
8 
9 

10 8 

11 9 
10 

12 11 
12 
13 

13 

14 14 
14a 



Gef).W\ Campbell... 

Alex. J. Dallas 

Wm. H. Crawford... 



8ept.ll,1789 
Mar. 4,1793 
Feb. 2,1795 
Mar. 4, 1797 
Jan. 1,1801 
May 14, 1801 
Mar. 4, 1809 
Mar. 4, 1813 
Feb. 9,1H14 
Oct. (i,18l4 
Oct. 22, 1816 
....; Mar. 5.1817 
....1 Mar. 5,1821 

Richard Rush \ Mar. 7,1825 

Sam'l D. Ingham ; Mar. (>, 1829 

IxiuisMcLane I Aug. 2, 18:U 

Wm. J. Duane May29, 1833 

Roger !'.. Taney Sept.23,1833 

Levi Woodbury June27,1834 

, Mar. 4, 1837 

Thomas Ewing I Mar. 5, 1841 

Apr. H,1841 



^ ^ 



Name. 



Appointed. 



15 



15 
16! 

17; 
18 



16 19 
16a 20 

117 21 

118 22 
23 
24 

19 25' 
26 

20 27 
20a 

21 28 
i22 29 

30 

31 

28 32 



24 
24a 



33 
34 



Walter Forward Sept.13,1841 

John C.Spencer Mar. 3,1843 

George M. Bibb June 15. 1844 

Robert J. Walker Mar. 6,1845 

Wm. M. Meredith... Mar. 8,1849 

Thomas Corwin July 23, 18.50 

James Guthrie Mar. 7, IKVi 

Howell Cobb Mar. 6.18.57 

Philip F. Thomas ... Dec. 12, 1860 

John A. Dix Jan. 11, 1861 

Sidmon P. Chase Mar. 7, 1861 

Wm. Pitt Fessenden! July 1, 1864 

Hugh McCuUoch Mar. 7,1865 

Apr. 15, 1865 

George S. Boutwell.. Mar. 11, 1869 
Wm. A. Richardson. Mar. 17, 1873 

Benj. H. Bristow June 4, 1874 

Ix)tM. Morrill July 7, 1H76 

John iSherman , Mar. 8, 1877 

William Windom ...j Mar. 4, 1881 

... Oct. 20,1881 

Charles J. Folger ; Oct. 27, 1881 



14 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
SECRETARIES OF THE INTERIOR. 



16 
16a! 

17 ' 

18 1 
11) , 

20 I 
20a 



Name. , Appointed. ^ 

- — 1- - - -.1^. 

Thomas Ewing ' Mar. 8, 1849, i 

Alex. H. H. Stuart... Sept.l2, I8.1O ,, 21 
Robert McClelland.. Mar. 7, ia53 

Jacob Thompson Mar. 6, 1^57 '' 22 

Caleb B. Smith ' Mar. 5,1861 

John P. Usher 1 Jan. 8. 186:^ 1 23 

i Mar. 4. 1865 1 24 

i ADr.l5, 18()5 , 24rt 

James JHarlan..^ 1 May 15, 18 65 v 1 



I ' 

I 6 I Name. i Appointed. 

' 8l O. n. Browning Julv 27, 1866 

! 9! Jacob D. Cox Mar. 6, 1869 

lOi Columbus Delano ...' Nov. 1, 1870 
I I •• ...Mar. 4,1873 

11' Zachariah Chandler., Oct. 19, 1875 

12' Carl Schurz Mar.12,1877 

131 S. J. Kirkwood ' Mar. 4, 1881 

I Oct. 20,1881 



SECRETARIES OF WAR. 



S . 

H 5^ 



4 
5 
6 

7 



I 
• 2 

' 4 
5 



9 
10 

8 ;ii 
12 

9 ' 

10 13 
14 

11 15 

16 

12 

13 17 

14 18 
14a 



Name. 



Henry Knox 

»< I 

Timothy Pickering..j 

James McHenry 

it I 

Samuel Dexter ' 

Roger Oris wold '. 

Henry Dearborn 

William Eustis , 

John Armstrong 

James Monroe '• 

Wm. H.Crawford...' 

George Graham I 

John C, Calhoun i 

" I 

James Barbour ...... 1 

Peter B. Porter 

John H. Eaton | 

Lewis Cass 

(t ' 

Joel R. Poinsett ' 

John Bell ! 

1 



Appointed. 



Septl2, 1789 
Mar. 4, 1793 
Jan. 2,1795 
Jan. 27, 1796 
Mar. 4, 1797 
May 13, 1800 
Feb. 3,1801 
Mar. 5,1801 ( 
Mar. 4, 1805 , 
Mar. 7,1809 
Jan. 13, 1818 ' 
Mar. 4,1813 ■ 
Sept.27,1814 ' 
Aug. 1,1815 1 
Apr. 7, 1817 1 
Oct. 8,1817 i 
Mar. 5, 1821' I 
Mar. 7,18251 
Mav26,1828:' 
Mar. 9,1829 ' 
Aug. 1,1831 ' 
Mar. 4,1833 
Mar. 7,1837;, 
Mar. 5,1841 I 
Apr. 6, 1841 1 1 



Name. 



:i9 

,20 
21 

15 22 

16 23 
16a 24 

17 25 

18 |26 
27 

19 28, 
29. 

20 I 
20a, 



,30' 

21 31 

32: 

22 I 

33 
34: 

23 35 
.36 

24 '37 
24a 



John C.Spencer... 
James M. Porter .. 
William Wilkins .. 
AVilliam L. Marcy 
Geo. W. Crawford 
Chas. M. Conrad .. 
Jefferson Davis ... 
James B. Floyd ... 

Joseph Holt 

Simon Cameron... 
Edwin M. Stanton 



U. S. Grant, ad inter.. 
L. Thomas, " .. 
John M. Schofield... 

John A. Rawlins 

Wm. W. Belknap ... 

Alphonso Taft 

James D. Cameron .. 
Geo. W. McCrary ... 

Alex. Ramsey 

Robert T. Lincoln ... 



Appointed. 



Oct. 12,1841 
Mar. 8,1843 
Feb. 15, ia44 
Mar. 6,1845 
Mar. 8,1849 
Aug. 15, 1850 
Mar. 5,ia53 
Mar. 6,1857 
Jan. 18, 1861 
Mar. 5,1861 
Jan. 15, 1862 
Mar. 4,1865 
Apr. 15, 1865 
Aug. 12, 1867 
Feb. 21, 1868 
May 28, 1868 
Mar. 11.1869 
Oct. 25,1869 
Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 8,1876 
Mav 22, 1876 
Maf . 12, 1877 
Dec. 10, 1879 
Mar. 4,1881 
Oct. 20,1881 



PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABINETS. 



15 



SECRETARIES OF THE NAVY. 






6 
7 

8 

9 

10 
li 

12 

13 

U 
14a 



Name. 



'• S I 1 
Appointed. I. fe dl 



Name. 



Apix>inte(l. 



2 

5 : 3 



Benj. Stoddert ! May 21, 1799 

I Mar. 4, 1801 

Ro)>ert ?mith July 15. 1801 

J. Crowninshield ' Mar. 3,1805 

Paul Hamilton j Mar. 7. 1809 

William Jones I Jan. 12, 1H13 

! Mar. 4, 1813 

B. W. Crowninshield- Dec. 19, 1814 
j Mar. 4, 1817 

Smith Tliompson ! Nov. 9, 1818 

Mar. 5, 1821 
Samuel L. Southard.. Sept.16, 1823 
Mar. 4, 1825 ; 
^Mar. 9.1829 
May23, 1831 
Mar. 4, 1833 
June30, 1834 
Mar. 4. 1837 
June25, 1838 



John Branch 

Levi Woodbury. 



li; Mahlon Dickerson... 



14 

15 

1« 

17 

• 15 l^ 

jlG 1^ 

10n20 

21 

17 22 

IS 1231 

19 ;24 

20 i 
20a 



12 James K. Paulding 
13| George E. Badger ...! Mar. 5, 1841 
...I Apr. 6,1^41 



21 

22 
28 



;|24 129 
i|24a : 



Abel P. Upshur | Sept. 13, 1841 

David Henshaw ! July 24, 1843 

Thomas W. Gilmer..! Feb. 15, 1844 

John Y. Mason | Mar. 14, 1844 

( Jeorj^e Bancroft Mar. 10, 1 845 

John Y.Mason Sept. 9,1846 

William B. Prc»ston..= M:ir. 8, 1849 
William A. (iraham July 22, 1850 
John P. Kennedy ... Julv 22, 1852 

James C. Dobbin i Mar. 7. 1853 

Isaac Toucey j Mar. 6, 1857 

Gideon Welles I Mar. 5,1861 

iMar. 4.1865 

' Apr. 15, 1865 

Adolph E. Borie......' Mar. 5, 18<)9 

Geo. M. Rol>eson ! June25, 1869 

I Mar. 4,1873 

Rich. W.Thompson. Mar. 12, 1877 

Nathan (loff, jr Jan. 6, 1881 

Wm. H. Hunt Mar. 4, 1881 

I Oct. 20, 1881 



POSTMASTERS-GENERAL. 



0^ - . 



Name. 



2 i 

I 3 Joseph Habersham 



I Samuel Osgood 

\ Timothy Pi. kering. 



4; Gideon Granger.. 



6 
7 

8 
9 

10 
11 
12 

13 

14 
14a 






Return J. Meigs, jrJ 

" 

John McLean | 

Wilham T. Barry... 
ii I* 

Amos Kendall.... 



John M. Niles 

Francis Granger.. 



Ill Chas. A. Wickli tTe.. 



Qualified. 



Sept. 26, 1789 , 
Aug. 12, 1791 
March 4, 1793 
Feb. 25, 1795 
March 4, 1797, 
March 4, 1801 
Nov. 28, 1801 
Mar. 4, 1805 
Mar. 4,1809 
Mar. 17, 1814 
Mar. 4, 1817 
Mar. 5, 1821 
June 26, 1823 
Mar. 4,1825 
9,1829 
4,1833 
1, 1835 
4, 18:^7 
Mav 25, 1840 
Mar. 6, 1841 
April 6, 1841 
Sept. 13, 1841 ' 



6 



Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
Mar. 



15 12 

16 13 
16a 14! 

15^ 



17 


16 


IS 


17 




18 




hi 


VJ 


20 




21 


m 




20a 






ZZ 


2V 


:^:5 


.>o 










24 




25 


'2:1 


2<V 




ri 



24 28 
24a 



Name. 



Cave Joh nson | 

Jacob Collamer ; 

Nathan K. Hall I 

Sam'l D. Hubbard...: 

James Campbell ! 

Aaron V. Brown ' 

Joseph Holt 

Horatio King 

Montgomery Blair...! 
William Dennison...' 



Alex. W.Randall....! 
John A. J. Ores well 



Marshall Jewell... 
James N. Tyner... 
David McK* Key. 
Horace Maynard. 
Thomas I^. James. 



Qualified. 



Mar. 6, 1^45 
Mar. 8, lWt» 
Julv 23, 1850 
Aug. 31, 1852 
Mar. 5, 1853 
Mar. 6, 1857 
Mar. 14, ia59 
Feb. 12, 1861 
Mar. 5, 1861 
Sept. 24, 1864 
Mar. 4, 1865 
April 15, 1865 
July 25, 1866 
Mar. 5, 1869 
Mar. 4. 1873 
Aug. li. 1874 
July 12, 1876 
Mar. 12. 1877 
June 2, 1880 
Mar. 4, 1881 
Oct. 20. 1881 
Oct. 27, 1881 



IG 



ANNUAL HEPOKT SECHEfARY OF STATE. 



ATTORNEYS.GKNKRA.L. 



Xaiiic. 



Qimllfied. 



H r.^ 






Xamo. 



<^ualitie<l. 



1 1 JMlnmnd Kiuulolpli; Sept 2«, 1789 
1 " '• Mar. 4, 179.S 

2 William Bradford... Jan. 27, 1794 

3 Charles I-ee.. Dec. 10,1795 

:i " •' Mar. 4, 1797 

4; Theophilus Parsons: Fob. 20, 1801 

4 o lA*vi Lincoln Mar. 5, 1801 

;> 6 Robert Smith Mar. \\ 1805 

7 John Breckinridiro. Aujr. 7, 1805 

8 Oesiir A. Rodn«M- Ian! 28. 1807 

6 " " * ... Mar. 4. 1809 

9 William Pinknev... Dec. 11,1811 

7 " '* ' ... Mar. 4, 1813 
10 Richard Rush Feb. 10,-1814 

5 . " " Mar. 4, 1817 

111 William Wirt Nov. 13,1817 

9 , , " " Mar. 5, 1821 

10 * " " Mar. 4, 1825 

1 1 12' John M. Berrien ... Mar. 9, 1829 

13 Rotrt^r B. Tanev Julv 20, 1831 

12 •* '' ' 'Mar. 4,1833 

14 Benjamin F. Butler Nov. 15, 1833 
l:j , " " Mar. 4,1837 

15 Felix Grundv Julv 5, 1838 

l6!Henrv D. (Jilpin-l'Tan. 11,1840 

1 4 17! John J. Crittenden. Mar. 5, 1841 
14a '' " April (5,1841 



IH Hugh S. Legarc Sept. 13, 1841 

19 John Nelson Julv 1, 1843 

15 20 John Y. Mason Mar. 6,1845 

21 Nathan Clifford Oct. 17,1846 

22 Isaac Toucev June21, 1848 

16 23 Reverdy Johnson... Mar. 8,1849 
16a John J. Crittenden.. Julv 22, 1850 

17 24 Caleb Curbing Mar. 7,1853 

IS 25, Jeremiahs. Black... Mar. 6,1857 

26 Edwin M. Stanton... Dec. 20, 1860 

19 27;Fxlwa*d Bates Mar. 5,1861 

' , T. J. Coffee, ad int... June 22, 1863 
28. James Speed Dec. 2, 1864 

20 I " " Mar. 4, 1865 

20a : " *' Apr. 15, 18i5 

,29! Henry Stanbery i July 23, 1866 

30' William M. Evarta..' Julv 15, 1868 

21 3i; E. Rockwood Hoar.. MaJ-. 5, 1869 
32 AmosT. Akerman.. June 23, 1870 
m (Jeorge H. Williams Dec. 14, 1871 

22 " " Mar. 4,1873 
34: Edwards Pi errepont' Apr. 26, 1875 
a5i Alphonso Taft May 22, 1876 

23 '36] Charles Devens ' Mar. 12. 1877 

24 371 Wavne MacVeagh... Mar. 4, 1881 
24a " " ..'Oct. 20,1881 



STATE OFFICERS OF OHIO, 



FROM 1799-1882. 



2 S.8. 



STATE OFFICERS. 

I'rom the organization of the first civil government in the North-ivest Terri- 
tory, of which the Male of Ohio was a part, until the year 1882. 



GOVERNORS. 



TERM, TWO YEARS. 



NAME. 



COUNTY. 



Arthur St. Clair» 

Charles W. Byrd^ 

Edward Tiffin' 

Thomas Kirker* 

Samuel Huntington 

Return Jonathan Meigs* 

Othniel Ix)oker* 

Thomas \Vin tliingtou 

Ethan AlU-ii Hr^wn 

Alien Triitiblty 

Jeretninh iMormw 

Allen Trinible 

Dancan McArthtir 

Robert Lucas 

Joseph Vance 

Wilson Shannon 

Thomas Corwin 

Wilson Shannon^ 

Thomas W. Bartley* 

Monli cui Uurliey 

William Bebb 

Seabury Ford* 

Reuben Wood** 

William MedilP** 

Salmf>n V i'hiu^i' 

AVilUam IkMiiiipou 

David Tod 

Jolm BrouiJrhi^t i Cuyahoga ... 

Charlefl AnilersfJiit Mmitgumery 

.Tnrnb D. Cfvx..,., Trnriihrsll..., 

Rutherford H Hayes Hamibon 

Edward F. Xoves Hamilton.... 

William Alien Ross 

Rutherford B. Hayes*^ Sandusky .. 



Ham ikon 
Roen 

Ad urn 1^ 
Tmnilmll 
Wanhinifton 
Hamilton 

KOHB 

Hiimilton 

Highland 

Warren 

Highland , 

Ross , 

Pike 

Champaign.. 

Belmont 

Warren 

Belmont , 

Richland , 

Richland , 

Butler 

Geauga 

Cuyahoga.... 

Fidrfield 

HaiiiiltijQ 
Fn'i>kHn 
Mahoning 



1788-1802 

1802-1808 

180a-1807 

1807-1808 

1808-1810 

1810-1814 

1814 

1814-1818 

1818-1822 

1822 

1822-1826 

1826-1830 

1830-1882 

1832-1886 

1836-1838 

1838-1840 

1840-1842 

1842-1844 

1844 

1844-1846 

1846-1849 

1849-1860 

1850-18&3 

ia*>3-1856 

1856-1860 

1860-1862 

1862-1864 

1864-1866 

1865-1866 

1866-1863 

1868-1872 

1872-1874 

1874-1876 

1876-1877 



STATE OFFICBtUS. 19 

GOVERNORS— Continued. 

TKKM, TWO YEARS. 



NAME. COUNTY. TKKM. 

Tho8. L, Youngt ; Hamilton \ 18T7-1878 

Richard M. Bishop Hamilton 1878-1880 

Charles Foster ' Seneca 1880-1882 

Charles Foster Seneca I 1882-1884 



» Arthur St. Clair, of^ Pennsylvania, was governor of the North-west Territory, of which Ohio wai» 
apart, from July 13, 1788, when the first civil government wa.«< established in the Territory', until 
abont~the;clo6e of *the rear 1802, when he was removed by the president. 

*Becretary of the Territory, Hud wh« acting governor of the Territory after the removal of Gov- 
ernor St. Clair. 

* Revlgned March 3. 1W7, to accept the otlice of riiite<l States Senator. 

* Retnm^Jonathan Meigs was elected govenior on the second Tuesday of October, 1807, over Na- 
thaniel Maasic, who contested the election of Meigs on the ground " that he had not been a resident 
o( this State for four years next preceding the election as retiuired by the Constitution," and the Gen- 
eral Asnenibly, in joint convention, d«ji<ied that he was not eligible. The office was not given to 
lUaAv, nor does it appear from the records that he claimed it. but Thomas Kirker, acting governor, 
oontinncd to discbarge the duties of the office until December 12, 1808, when Samuel Huntington was 
inaugurated, be having been elected on the second Tuesday of October in that year. 

b Resigned March 25, 1814, to accept the office of Postmaster-General of the United Stat4>ip. 

* Resigned January 4, 1822, to accept the office of United States Senator. 
^ Resigned April 13, 1844. to accept thw office of Minister to Mexico. 

* The result of the election in 1848 wa.s not finMlly determined in joint conveution of the two 
hooiesof the Oeneritl Assembly until January 19, 1849, and the iuuuguration did not take place until 
the;2M of that month. 

» Resigned July 15. 1853, to Bcc<>pt the office of Consul u> Valp»«rHi.«o. 

* Elected in October, 185:t. for the regular term, to commence on the Necond Monday of Jan- 
t»ry, 1854. 

n Died August 29. 18ti5. 

» Resigned March 2, 1877, to accept the offlcc of Pre.>idcnt of the rnite<l Stule>. 

* AcHns Governor. Succeeded to office, being the Speaker of the Senate. 
t Acting Qovemor.TSucceededjjto office, being the Llcuteiant-ffovenior. 



20 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS. 

UNDER THE VEW tX>N8TITUTION OK 1851, TERM, TWO YEAR8. 
NAME. TERM. 

William Medill 1852-ia54 

Jainefl Myers 1854-1856 

Thomas Ford 1856-1868 

Martin Welker .* 1858-1860 

Robert C. Kirk 1860-1862 

Benjamin Stanton 1862-1864 

Charles Anderson 1864-1866 

Andrew G. McBurney :... 1866-1868 

John C. T^e 186a-1872 

Jacob Mueller 1872-1874 

AlphonsoHart : 1874-1876 

Thomas L. Young* 1876-1877 

H. W. Curtiss^ 1877-1878 

JabezW. Fitch '. 1878-1880 

Andrew Hickenlooper 1880-1882 

R. G. Richards 1882-1884 

» Became governor, vice Ruthcrfbrd B. Hayes, who rerdgned March 2, 1877. to become president ol 
the United ."State!*. 

- Acting liontiMiunt-Kovernor. vice Thomas L. Young. 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 

Fiom 1802 lo 1850, ihe secretaries irere elected for three years by joint bnWA of the Senak 
aad House of Bepresentaiii^. Since 1850, the elections have been by the people for terms of 
tiro years mdi. 

NAMK. TERM. 

Winthrop Sargent^ 1788-1798 

Wm. H. Harrison^ 1798-1799 

Charles Willing Byrd^ 1799-1803 

Wm. Creighton, jr.2 1803-1808 

Jeremiah Mcl^ne 1808-1831 

Moses H. Kirby 1831-1835 

B. Hinkeon^ 1835-1836 

Carter B. Harlan 1836-1840 

William Trevitt 1840-1841 

.TohnSloane 1841-1844 

1 Secretary of the North-west Terrltorj-. 

2 Resigned December, 1808. 
;» Resigned February. 1&%. 



STATE OFFICERS. 21 

NAME. TKKM. 

Samuel Galloway 1844-1H5() 

Henry VV.King 1850-ia52 

William Trevitt 1852-ia56 

James H. Baker 1856-1858 

Addison P. Bussell 1858-1862 

Benjamin R. Cowen* 1862 

Wilson S. Kennon 1862-1863 

Wm. W. Armstrong 1863-1865 

Wm. H.Smith* 1865-18H8 

John Russell 1868-1869 

Isaac R. Sherwood 1869-1873 

Allen T.Wikoff. 1873-1875 

William Bell, jr 1875-1877 

Milton Barnes 1877-1881 

Charles Townsend 1881-1883 

« Resigned May, 1862. 
& Rt^gned January. ISO. 



AUDITORS OF STATE. 

INTIL THE AlX>rTI0N OK THE NEW CONSTITUTION IN 1851, TERM, THREE YKARS; AFTEK- 

WARl), POUR YEARS. 

NAME. TKIl.M. 

Thomas Gibson^ 1H03-1808 

Benjamin Hough 1808-1815 

Ralph Osbom : 1815-1833 

John A. Bryan 1833-1839 

John Brough 1839-1845 

John Woods 1845-1&52 

William D. Morgan 1852-ia56 

Francis M. Wright 1856-1860 

Robert W. Taylor* ^ 1860-1863 

OviattCole 1863-1864 

James KL Godman 1864-1872 

James Williams 1872-1880 

John F. Oglevee 1880-1884 

1 Reelgnod. 

s Returned April. lHt>:{. 



22 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

TREASrRERS OF STATE. 

UXTIL THE ADOPTION* OF THE KEW CX>N8TITUTI0N IN 1851, TERM, THREE YEARS; AFTER- 
WARD, TWO YEARS. 

NAME. TERM. 

John ArmstronK^ 1792-1803 

• William McFarland 1803-1816 

Hiram M. Curry^ 1816-1820 

Samuel Sullivan 1820-1823 

Henry Brown 1823-1835 

Joseph Whitehill 1835-1847 

Albert A. Bliss ( Elyria) 1847-1852 

John G. Breslin 1862-ia% 

W. H. Gibson' ia56-1857 

A. P.Stone 1857-1862 

G. V. Dorsey 1862-1865 

W. Hooper 1865-1866 

S. S. Warner 1866-1872 

Isaac Welsh* 1872-1875 

Uroy W. Welsh 1875-1876 

John M. Millikin 1876-1878 

Anthony Howells 1878-1880 

Joseph Turney 1880-1884 



^ Treasurer of the North-west Territory. 

« Resigned February, 1S2«). 

^ ResignedJuut. 1857. 

* Died November 2<.», 187.'», during ofticinl tenu. 



ATTORNEYS-GENERAL 



TERM, TWO YEARS. 



NAMK. TKR.M. 

Henry Stanberry 1846-ia51 

Joseph McCormick 1851-1852 

George K. Pugh ia52-1854 

George W^ McCook 1854-1856 

Francis D. Kimball....*. 1856 

C. P. Wolcott 1856-1861 

James Murray 1Q61-1863' 

L. R. Critchfield 1863-1865 

Wm. P. Richardson 1865 

Chauncey N. Olds 1865-1866 

Wm. H. West 1866-1870 

Francis B. Pond 1870-1874 

John Little 1874-1878 

Isaiah Pillars 1878-1880 

George K. Nash 1880-1884 



STATE OFFICERS. 23 

COMPTROLLERS OF THE TREASURY. 
The office i«m abolished in January, 1877, hy aclofthe 62<f General Ataeinbly. 

TERM, THREE YEARS. 

NAME. TERM. 

W. B. Thrall 1859-1862 

Joseph H. Riley 1862-1866 

Moses R. Brailey 1865-1871 

William T. Wilson 1871-1877 



ADJUTANTS-GENERAL. 

NAME. TKU.M. 

Cornelius R. Sedan 1803 

Samuel Finley 1803-1807 

David Ziegler 1807 

Thomas Worthington 1807-1809 

Joseph Kerr 1809-1810 

Isaac Van Horn 1810-1819 

William Daugherty 181^1828 

Samuel C.Andrews 1828-1837 

William Daugherty 1837-1839 

Jacob Medary, jr 1839-1841 

Edward H. Cumming 1841-1845 

Thos. W. H. Mosely ia45-1861 

J. W^ Wilson 1851-1857 

H. B. Carrington 1857-1861 

C. P. Buckingham.... 1861-1862 

Chas. W. Hill 1862-1864 

Ben. R. Cowen 1864-1868 

Ed. F. Schneider 1868-1869 

Wm. A. Knapp 1869-1874 

James O.Amos 1874-1876 

A.T. Wikoff 1876-1877 

Chas. W. Karr 1877-1878 

Luther M. Meily 1878-1880 

Wm. H. Gibson 1880-1881 

S.B. Smith 1881-1882 



SUPREME JUDGES. 

lUIXiBS UNDER THE TERRITORIAL (iOVERNMENT, APPOINTED UNDER THE ORDINANCE OF 

CONGRESS. 

James M. Vamum, John C. Symmes, Rufus Putnam, 

Samuel H. Parsons, William Barton, Joseph Gillman, 

John Armstrong, George Turner, Return J. Meigs. 



24 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF OHIO UNDER THE COXSTITUtlOX OF 1802. 
NAMK. r-OUNTY. 

Samuel Huntington Cuyahoga. 

Return Jonathan Meigs Washington. 

William Sprigg ...Jeflferson. 

George Tod Trumbull. 

Daniel Symmes Hamilton. 

Thomas Scott Ross. 

Thomas Morris Clermont. 

William W. Irvin Fairfield 

Kthan Allen Brown Hamilton. 

Calvin Pease Trumbull. 

John McLean Warren. 

Jessup X. Couch Hamilton. 

Jacob Burnet Hamilton. 

Charles R. Sherman Fairfield. 

Peter Hitchcock Geauga. 

Gustavus Swan '. Franklin. 

Klijah Hayward Hamilton. 

John M. Goodenow Fefferson. 

Henry Brush Ross. 

Reuben Woo<l Cuyahoga. 

John C.Wright Jefferson. 

Joshua CoUett Warren. 

Ebenezer Lane Huron. 

Frederick Grimke Ross. 

Matthew Birchard Trumbull. 

Nathaniel C. Read Hamilton. 

Edward Avery Wayne. 

Rufus P. Spalding Summit. 

William B. Caldwell Hamilton. 

RufuR P. Ranney Trumbull. 

JUDGES OF THE HUPRBME COURT OF OHIO UNDER THE C-ONOTITUTION OF 18ftL 
NAM>:. COITNTY. 

Thomas W. Bartley Richland. 

John A. Corwin Champaign. 

.\llen (f. Thurman Ross. 

Rufus P. Ranney Trumbull. 

William B. Caldwell Hamilton. 

Robert B. Warden Franklin. 

William Kennon Belmont. 

.Joseph R. Swan Franklin. 

Jacob Brinkerhoff. Richland. 

Charles C. Converse Muskingum. 

Ozias Brown Marion. 



STATE OFFICKRS. 26 

NAMK. rOI'NTY. 

Josiah Scott Butler. 

Milton Sutliff Trumbull. 

William V. Peck Scioto. 

William Y. Gholson Hamilton. 

Horace Wilder Ashtabula. 

Hocking H. Hunter Fairfield. 

William White Clarke. 

Luther Day Portage. 

John Welsh Athens. 

George W. Mcllvaine Tuscarawas. 

William H. West Logan. 

Walter F. Stone Erie. 

(ieorge Rex Wayne. 

William J. Gilmore Preble. 

W. W. Boynton Ix)rain. 

John W, Okey Franklin. 

Wm. W. Johnson Lawrence. 

Nicholas Tx)ngworth Hamilton. 



SUPREME COURT COMMISSION. 

APPOINTED IX 1876, tX)NCLUDED ITS LABORS IN 1879. 
KAMK. COUNTY. 

Josiah Scott Crawford. 

W. W. Johnson Lawrence. 

D. Thew Wright Hamilton. 

Luther Day* Portage. 

Thos. Q. Ashbum* Clermont. 

1 Ai»pf>inted in place of Richanl A. Harrison, from Franklin county, who resigned in January, 1876. 
' Ap|>ointcHl in pliicc of Henry C. Whitmiui, from Hamilton county, who resijfned in March. 1876. 



CLERKS OF SUPREME COURT. 

TERM, THREE YEARK. 
NAMK. TERM. 

Kodney Foos 1866^1876 

Arnold Green 1875-1878 

Richard J. Fanning 1878-1881 

Dwight Crowell 1881-1884 



26 ANNUAL REPOKT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



TERM, THKBK YEARS. 
NAME. TERM. 

Alexander M'Connell 1836-1838 

John Harris 1836-1838 

R. Dickinson 1836-1846 

T. G. Bates 1836-1842 

Wm. Wall 1836-1838 

Leander Ransom 1836-1845 

Wm. Rayen 1839-1840 

Wm. Spencer 1842-1845 

O. Follett 1845-1849 

J. Blickensderfer, jr 1845-1852 

Samuel Forrer 1845-1852 

E. S. Hamlin 1849-1852 

A. P. Miller 1852-ia55 

Geo. W. Manypenny 185*2-1853 

James B. Steedman 1852-1856 

Wayne Griswold 1853-1857 

J. Blickensderfer, jr 1854-ia58 

A. G. Conover 1856-1860 

.Tohn Waddle 1857-1860 

R, L. Backus 1858-1861 

John L.Martin 1859-1862 

John B. Gregory .' 1860-1863 

Levi Sargent 1861-1864 

John F. Torrenoe 1862-1865 

James Gamble 1863-1864 

James Moore 1864-1871 

John M. Barrere 1864-1870 

Philip D. Herzing 1865-1877 

Richard R. Porter 1870-187H 

Stephen R. Hosmer 1872-1875 

Martin Schilder 1875-1881 

Peter Thatcher 1876-1879 

J. C. Evans 1877-1880 

George PauJ* .' 1879-1885 

James Fullington 1880-1883 

Stephen R. Hosmer 1881-1884 



' Re-ele<:ted. 



STATE OFFICERS. 2T 

SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. 

TERM, THR£K Y£AR8. 
NAME. TERM. 

Samuel Lewis* , 1837-1840 

Hiram H. Barney 1854-1857 

Anson Smythe 1857-1863 

C. W. H. Cathcart^ 1863 

Emerson E. White 1863-1866 

John A. Norris* 1866-1869 

Wm. D. Henkle* 1869-1871 

Thos. W. Harvey 1871-1875 

Chas. S. Smart 1875-1878 

J.J.Burns 1878-1881 

D. F. DeWolf •. 1881-1884 



^ From 1840-1854. the Becretarie^ of state were the rj officio school coram issionerj*. 

- ResiiTDcd November, 18r»3. 

« Resigned June, 1869. 

♦ Resigned September, 1871. 



STATE LIBRARIANS. 

The state liltrary uHUi established in 1817, ivith about 500 ivlunies. N(nv it conknm 
48,000 volumes. 

NAin. TERM. 

John L. Harper 1817-1818 

JohnMcIlvain 1818-1820 

David S. Brodrick 1820-1824 

Zaehariah Mills 1824-1842 

Thomas Kennedy 1842-1845 

JohnGreiner 1845-1851 

Elijah Hayward 1851-1854 

James W. Taylor 1854-1856 

Wm. T. Coggeshall 1856-1862 

S.G. Harbaugh 1862-1874 

Walter C. Hood 1874-1875 

H. H. Rob.nson 1875-1877 

R. M. Stimson 1877-1879 

H. V. Kerr 1879-1881 

Joseph Geiger 1881-1883 



LAW LIBRARIANS. 

NAME. TERM. 

James H.Beebe* 1867-1880 

Prank N. Beebe 1880-1883 

» Died July 15.1880. during official term. 



38 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

COMMISSIONERS OF RAILROADS AND TELEGRAPHS. 

TERM, TWO YEAR8. 
NAME. TERM. 

Geo. B. Wright^ 1867-1871 

Richard D. Harrison* 1871-1Q72 

Orlow L. Wolcott 1872-1874 

John G. Thompson^ 1874-1876 

Lincoln G. Delano 1876-1878 

Wm. Bell, jr 1878-1880 

J. S, Robinson* 1880-1881 

Hylas Sabine 1881-1883 

I Resigned October. 1871. 
«Dicd April, 1872. 
=* Resigned I»eecniixjr.l87u. 
* Resigned Febniary. 1881. 



SUPERVISORS OF PUBLIC PRINTING. 

TERM, TWO YEARS. 
NAME. T£KM. 

L. L. Rice 1860-1864 

Wm. O. Blake 1864 

W. H. Foster 1864^1867 

L. L. Rice 1867-1875 

Chas. B. Flood 1675-1877 

Wm. W. Bond 1877-1879 

Wm. J. Elliott 1879-1881 

J. K. Brown 1881-1883 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF INSURANCE. 

TERM, THREE YEAIttJ. 
NAME. TBKM. 

Wm. F. Church 187{^-187o 

Wm. D. Hill 1875-1878 

Joseph F. Wright 1878-1881 

Charles H. Moore 1881-1884 



STATE OFFICERS. 29 

COMMISSIONERS OF LABOR STATISTICS. 

TERM, TWO YEARS. 
NANK. TRIIN. 

H. J. Walls 18rr-1881 

Heiirv Luskev ^ : 1881-1883 



INSPECTORS OF MINES. 

TERM, l-X>rR YKARH. 
NAMK. TKBM. 

Andrew Roy 1874-1878 

James D. PostOD 1878-1879 

David Owens 1879-1880 

Andrew Rov 1880-1884 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FROM OHIO. 



FROM 1799-1883. 



SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES, 

EUded to Cotigrem from Ohio^ from the organizatUm of the territorial government to Ike 

year 1888. 

VI. CONGRESS— FROM Vm TO 1801. 

Delegates. Counties. 

I 

William H. Harrison' Hamilton. 

William McMilbn* ' Hamilton. 

VII. CONGRESS— FROM 1801 TO 1803. 

Delegate. County. 

.... . _...__._ .. .. . I 

Paul Fearing Washington. 

VIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1808 TO 1805. 

Senators. Counties. 



Thomas Worthington : Ross. 

John Smith j Hamilton. 

Representative. 
Jeremiah Morrow i Warren. 



IX. CONGRESS— FROM 1805 TO 1807. 

Senators. Counties. 



Thomas Worthington Ross. 

John Smith Hamilton. 

Representative. 
Jeremiah Morrow Warren. 

1 Resigued, to accept the office of Governor of the territory of Indiana. 
*Vice Harrison, resigned. 



MKMBERS OF COSdUESi*. 38 

X. CONGRJ^>;S— FROM 1807 TO 1809. 



Senators. 



John Smith * Hamilton. 

E<lward Tiffin Ross. 

Return J. Meigs* , Washington. 

Representative. 1 

Jeremiah Morrow Warren. 



XI. CONGRESS— FROM 1809 TO 1811. 



Senators. Counties. 



Return J. Meigs * Washington. 

ThouKis Worthington * Ross. 

Fdward Tiffin * ' Ross. 

Alex. Campbell * Brown. 

J>tanley Griswold ' ' Cuyahoga. 

Representative. 
Jeremiah Morrow Warren. 



XII. CONGRESS— FROM 1811 TO 1813. 



Senators. Counties. 



.\lex. Campliell I Brown. 

Thoma.s Worthington ! Ross. 

Representiitive. 

Jeremiah Morrow W^arren. 



XIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1813 TO 1816. 



Senators. Counties. 



I 

Thomas W^orthington "^ ; Ross. 

Jeremiah Morrow Warren. 

Jf>soph Kerr^ Ross. 



' RoiiiiK'il. 3 Vice 8mitli, resigned. 

^ R'*ti{:ii(.*'l l)i t'ombor 8. 181H, to atx'ept the ott\cu of Govtriioi of Ohio. 
< Yifu yu i,:>. jv>lgu. fl. '» Rcfligned in 18i/9. 

« Vi(X' TilTiii, rc:iK»c<l (Huipbcll elected l)»oeniUr 12. 1809. 

• A|>|>oiii»(<l by jrovenior to (ill vhCjiiu'v. 

" IU^>iu'n il in 1>I4. to iirwpl the oHlct'(»f <iovenu»r i»l" (Milo. 

* Vice \Vi»ribi;i;;l. \\ re^i^^nc-i. 

.» 



84 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
XIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1813 TO 1815-Coiitinued. 



Representatives. 



John McLean 

John Alexander 

Duncan McArthur* 

William Creighton, jr* 



Counties. 



Warren. 
Greene. 
Ross. 



James Caldwell 

James Kilboum 

John S. Edwards*... 

Rezin Beall"^ 

David Clendenen®.. 



Belmont. 

Franklin. 

Trumbull. 

Wayne. 

Trumbull. 



XIV. CONGRESS— FROM 1815 TO 1817. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Jeremiah Morrow j Warren. 

Benjamin Ruggles Belmont. 



Representatives. 



Counties. 



John McLean* ; Wnrren. 

William H. Harrison® Hamilton. 

John Alexander j Greene. 

William Creighton, jr Ross. 

James Caldwell Belmont. 

James Kilboum | Franklin. 

Diivid Clendenen i Trumbull. 



XV. CONGRESS- FROM 1817 TO 1819. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Jeremiai) Morrow j Warren. 

Benjamin Ruggles ' Behnont. 



» Re&iKned April 6, 1818. 

* Vice McArthur, resigned : also Creighton, resigned December U. 18U. 

» There is no record ol any election having been ordered or held to till this vacancy. 

♦Resigned April, 1813. 

» Vice Edwards, resigned : also Bcall, rc>Kigned .\ugnst IS, 18U. 

• Vice Beall, resigned. 

^ Now in the present county of Mahoning. 

* Resigned in 1816, to accept the office of Judge of the Supreme Court of ol.io. 

• Vice McLean, resigned. 



M£MBi3:RS OF CONGRESS. 35 

XV. CONGRESS— FROM 1817 TO 1819-Contmued. 



* Representatives. I CJounties. 



1 William H. Harrison.. 

2 1 John W.Campbell.... 

3 '■ Levi Barber 

4 I iSamuel Herrick 

5 Philemon Beacher 

6 Peter Hitchcoi:k 



Hamilton. 

Adams. 

Washington. 

Muskineum. 

Fairfield. 

Geauga. 



XVI. CONGRESSr-FROM 1819 TO 1821. 



Senators. ; Counties, 



Benjamin Rugbies Belmont. 

William A. Trimble ; Highland. 



.2 Representatives. i Counties. 

■^1--- ----- I 

1 I Thomas R.Ross I Warren. 

2 I John W. Campbell ' Adams. 

3 [ Ho nry Brush j Ross. 

4 Samuel Herrick Muskingum. 

5 Philemon Beechei | Fairfield. 

fi John Sloan Wavne. 



XVII. CONGRESS— FROM 1821 TO 1823. 



Senators. i Counties. 



Benjamin Ruggles ' Belmont. 

William A. Trimble^ Highland. 

Ethan A. Brown^ i Hamilton. 



.2 Representatives. Counties. 

1 Thomas R.Ross Warren. 

2 John W. Camj)bell j Adams. 

3 Levi Barber I Washington. 

. f John C. Wright^ I Jeflferson. 

\ David Chambers^ Muskingum. 

5 Joseph Vance ; Champaign. 

6 John Sloan Wayne. 

» Died ill 1822, from the effects ol a wound received in the battle at Fort Erie, in the war of 1812. 
* Vice Trimble, deceased. ^ Resigned. * Vice Wright. 



36 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
XVIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1823 TO 1826. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Benjamin Ruggles | Belmont. 

Ethan A.Brown.....: | Hamilton. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 



Representatives. 



Counties. 



James W. Gazlay Hamilton. 

Thomas R. Ross Warren. 

William McLean j Miami. 

Joseph Vance I Champaign. 

John W. Campbell Adams. 

Duncan McArthur i Ross. 

Samuel F. Vinton ; Gallia. 



William Wilson . 
Pliilemon Beecher.. 

John Patterson 

John C.Wright 

John Sloan 

Elisha Whittlesey... 
Mordecai Bartlev ... 



Licking. 

Fairfield. 

Belmont. 

Jeflferson. 

Wayne. 

Trumbull. 

Richland. 



XIX. CONGRESS-FROM 1825 TO 1827. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Benjamin Ruggles j Belmont. 

William H. Harrison ' Hamilton. 



Representatives. 



1 ' 

2 

3 ' 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

■«{■ 

11 
12 
13 
14 



Counties. 



James Findlay Hamilton. 

John Woods..* j Butler. 

Willinm McLean Miami. 

Joseph Vance Champaign. 

John W.Campbell ' Adams. 

John Thompson i Columbiana. 

Samuel F. Vinton j Gallia. 

W^illiam Wilson , Licking. 



Fairfield. 
Belmont. 
Belmont. 



Philemon Beecher.. 

David Jennings' 

Thomas Shannon'^.. 

John C. W>ight ; | Jefl'erson. 

John Sloan ' Wavne. 

Elisha Whittlesey j Trumbull.^ 

Mordecai Bartley Richland. 



' Resigned in ls-26. -Vice Jennings, resigned. Tn present county of Mahoning. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 
XX. CONGRESS-FROM 1827 TO 1829. 



37 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Beniamin Ruggles j Belmont. 

William H. Harrison* I Hamilton. 

Jacob Burnet^ i Hamilton. 

S Representatives. I Counties. 



7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



James Findlay 

John Woods 

William McLean 

Joseph Vance 

William Russell 

William Creighton, jr.'.. 
Francis Muhlenburg* ... 

Samuel F. Vinton 

William Wilson 

Philemon Beecher 

John Davenport 

John C.Wright 

John Sloan 

Elisha Whittlesey 

Mordecai Bartley 



Hamilton. 

Butler. 

Miami. 

Champaign. 

Adams. 

Pickaway. 

Pickaway. 

Gallia. 

Licking. 

Fairfield. 

Belmont. 

Jeflferson. 

Wayne. 

Trumbull. 

Richland. 



XXI. CONGRFJSS— FROM 1829 TO 1831. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Benjamin Ruggles Belmont 

Jacob Burnet Hamilton. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

»{ 

2 
3 
4 



Representatives. 



Counties. 



James Findlay Hamilton. 

James Shields Butler. 

Joseph H. Crane Montgomery. 

Joseph Vance Champaign. 

William Russell S<ioto. 

William Creighton, jr Pickaway. 

Samuel F. Vinton Gallia. 

William Stanbery Licking. , 

William W. Irwin | Fairfield. 

William Kennon Belmont. 

John M. Goodenow* Jefierson. 



Humphrey H. I^avitt* 

John Thompson 

Elisha Whittlesey 



Jefierson. 

Columbiana. 

Trumbull.^ 



Mordecai Bartlev ' Richland. 



^ Resiimed In 1R28, t<» accept appointment of Minister to Columbia. - Vice Harrison, resigned. 

^Redgned iu 1828, after second election, to accept the appointment of Judge of the United States 
District Court, but was not confirmed by the United States Senate. * Vice Creighton. rt^iftned. * Re- 
signed April 14,1830. ♦Vice Goodenow, resigned; Lcavifet elected November, 1830. 'Now present 
county of Mahoning. 



38 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

XXII. CONGRESS— FROM 1831 TO 1883. 



Senators. Counties. 



Benjamin Ruggles : Belmont 

Thomas Ewing , Fairfield. 



Representatives. Counties. 



1 I James Find la]^ ; Hamilton. 

2 Thomas Corwin Warren. 

3 I Joseph H. Crane Montgomery. 

4 I Joseph Vance Champaign. 

6 William Russell Scioto. 

6 I William Creighton, jr Pickaway. 

7 I Samuel F.Vinton Gallia. 

8 William Stanbery Licking. 

9 i William W. Irwin Fairfield. 

10 William Kennon Belmont. 

11 Humphrey H. Leavitt "... Jefferson. 

12 i John Thompson Columbiana. 

13 1 Elisha Whittlesey TrumbulP. 

14 I Eleutheros Cook i Huron*. 



XXIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1833 TO 1836. 



Senators. Counties. 



Thomas Ewing Fairfield. 

Thomas Morris Clermont. 



.2 , Representatives. Counties. 



1 I Robert T. Lytle» Hamilton. 

2 , Taylor Webster Butler. 

3 Joseph H. Crane , Montgomery. 

4 I Thomas Corwin Warren. 

Thomas L. Hamer ' Brown. 

Samuel F. Vinton ' Gallia. 

William Allen Ross. 

Jeremiah McLene ' Franklin. 

John Chaney Fairfield. 

Joseph Vance ' Champaign. 

James M. Bell Guernsey. 

Robert Mitchell Muskingum. 

David Spangler Coshocton. 

William Patterson Richland. 

Jonathan Sloane Portaee. 

Elisha Whittlesey Trumbull^ 

John Thompson Columbiana. 

Benjamin Jones Wayne. 

Humphrey H. Leavitt* JefifersKin. 

Daniel Kilgore* Harrison. 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 



{ 



1 Now 111 present county of Mahoning. * Now present county of Erie. ' Resigned October 16, 1834, 
and re-elected November 8, 1834. « Resigned July 10, ISM. to accept the oiBoe of Judge of the United 
States District Court of Ohio. & Vice l>avitt. resigned ; Kllgore elected October 18. 1834. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 39 

XXIV. CONliRESS— FROM 1835 TO 1837, 



Senators. Counties. 

Thomas Ewing I Fairfield. 

1^011188 Morris Clermont. 



•2 Representatives. Counties. 



1 Bellamy Storer Hamilton. 

2 Taylor Webster Butler. 

3 Joseph H. Crane Montgomery. 

4 Thomas Corwin Warren. 

5 Thomas L. Hamer ; Brown. 

6 Samuel F.Vinton Gallia. 

7 William Key Bond Ross. 

8 Jeremiah Mi;Lene Franklin. 

9 John Chaney , Fairfield. 

10 Samson Mason Clarke. 

11 William Kennon Belmont. 

12 Elias Howell Licking. 

13 David Spangler Coshocton. 

14 William Patterson ; Richland. 

16 Jonathan Sloane ' Portage. 

16 Elisha Whittlesey Trumbull^ 

17 John Thompson Columbiana. 

18 ' Benjamin Jones ; Wayne. 

19 Daniel Kilgore I Harrison. 



XXV. CONGRESS— FROM 1837 TO 1839. 



Senators. Counties. 



Thomas Morris ! Clermont 

William Allen ' Ross. 



1 



Representatives. Counties. 



Alexander Duncan...: , Hamil^n. 



2 . Taylor Webster I Butler. 

3 Patrick G. Goode | Shelby. 

4 Thomas Corwin ■ Warren. 

5 Thomas L. Hamer Brown. 

6 Calvary Morris Athens. 

7 William Key Bond Ross. 

8 Joseph Ridgway Franklin. 

9 John Chaney Fairfield. 

10 Samson Mason Clarke. 

11 James Alexander, jr Belmont. 

12 Alexander Harper ! Muskingum. 

13 Daniel F. Leadbetter i Holmes. 

14 William H. Hunter Huron. 

15 _ John W. Allen Cuyahoga. 

^Now in present county of Mahoning. 



40 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

XXV. CONGRESS— Rbpresentativks— Continued. 



Representatives. ! Counties. 



Elisha Whittlesey* ! TrnnibulP. 

Joshua R. Giddings' i Ashtabula. 

Andrew W. Ix)omis^ Columbiana. 

Charles D. Coffin* j Columbiana. 

18 ! Matthias Shepler ' Stark. 

Daniel Kilgore^ Harrison. 

Henry Swearengen' i Jefferson. 



17{| 



XXVI. CONGRESS— FROM 1839 TO 1841. 



Senators. Counties. 



Benjamin Tappan Jefferson. 

William Allen Ross. 



Representatives. 



Counties. 



1 Alexander Duncan Hamilton. 

2 , John B. Weller I Butler. 

3 Patrick G. Goode Shelby. 

Thomas Corwin* I Warren. 



'{: 



Jeremiah Morrow* | Warren. 

6 ' William Doane '. i Clermont 

6 Calvary Morris | Athens. 

7 William Key Bond : • Ross. 

8 Joseph Ridgway ' Franklin. 

9 ', William MediU Fairfield. 

40 Samson Mason Clarke. 

11 Isaac Parrish Guernsey. 

12 Jonathan Taylor Licking. 

13 Daniel P. Leaidbetter Holmes. 

14 George Sweney Crawford. 

16 John W. Allen j Cuyahoga. 

16 Joshua R. Giddings i Ashtabula. 

17 John Hastings I Columbiana. 

18 David A. Starkweather .* Stark. 

19 Henry Swearengen Jefferson. 



XXVII. CONGRESS— FROM 1841 TO 1843. 



Senators. Counties. 



William Allen i Ross. 

Benjamin Tappan ' Jefferson. 

1 Resigned in 1888. « Now present county of Mahoning. '■ Vice Whittlesey, rcjiinned. * Resigned in 
1837. 'i Vice Ix)omis, resigned. « Resigned in 18:«. " Vice Kllgore. resigned. » Resigned, to accept the 
office of Governor of Ohio. » Vice Corwin. resigned. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 41 

XXVII. CONGRESS-Continucd. 



3 



Representatives. Counties. 



1 Nnthaniel G. Pendleton Hamilton. 

2 John B. Weller Butler. 

3 Patrick G. Goode Shelby. 

4 Jeremiah Morrow Warren. 

5 William Doano ' Clermont. 

6 Calvary Morris ; Athens. 

7 William Russell ■ Scioto. 

8 Joseph Ridgway ' Franklin. 

9 William Medill Fairfield. 

10 Snmson Mason Clarke. 

11 Benjamin S. Cowen Belmont. 

12 Joshua Mathiot Licking. 

13 Jumes Matthews Coshocton. 

14 George Sweeney , Crawford. 

15 Sherlock J. Andrews | Cuyahoga. 

16 Joshua R. Giddings* : Ashtabula. 

17 ; John Hastings • Columbiana. 

18 • Ezra Dean I W^ne. 

19 Samuel Stokeley Jefferson. 



XXVIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1843 TO 1845. 
Senators. 



William Allen Ross. 

Benjamin Tappan Jefferson. 



Counties. 



Representatives. Counties. 



10 



1 Alexander Duncan Hamilton. 

2 John B. Weller Butler. 

3 Robert C. Schenck ' Montgomery. 

4 Joseph Vance Champaign. 

5 Emery D. Potter Lucas. 

6 Henry St. John Seneca. 

7 Joseph J. McDowell Highland. 

8 John I. Van Meter Pike. 

9 Elias Florence Pickaway. 

f Heman A. Moore* Franklin. 



C Alfred P. Stone' I Franklin. 



11 Jacob Brinkerhoff Richland. 

12 Samuel F. Vinton Gallia. 

13 Perley B. Johnson Morgan. 

14 Alexander J. Harper, jr Muskingum. 

15 Joseph Morris Monroe. 

16 James Matthews Coshocton. 

17 William McCauslin Jefferson. 

18 Ezra Dean ' Wayne. 

19 Daniel R. Tilden Portage. 

20 Joshua R Giddings Ashtaoula. 

ni ^ Henry R. Brinkerhoff* Huron. 

(.Edward S. Hamlin* ', ; Ix)rain. 



1 Resigned in 1842, and reelected April 26. 1M2. -Died in 1844. ^\lw H. A. Moore, deceased; 
Stooe elected October 8. 1W4. < Died in 1844. ^ Hamlin elected October 8. 1844, vice II. R. Brinkerhoi!", 
(lecea>ed. 



42 ANKUAL HEPtiRT SECKETAKY OF STATE. 

XXIX. CONGRE&S-FROM 1846 TO 1847. 

Senators. CJounties. 



William Allen t Ross. 

Thomas Corwin... ' Warren. 



•2 Representatives. Counties. 

1 James J. Farau Hamilton. 

2 Francis A.Cunningham Preble. 

3 Robert C. Schenck Montgomery*. 

4 Joseph Vance Champaign.' 

5 William Sawyer Mercer.* 

6 Henry St. John Seneca. 

7 Joseph J. McDowell Highland. 

8 Allen G. Thurman Ross. 

9 Augustus L. Perrill Pickaway. 

10 Columbus Delano • Knox. 

11 Jacob Brinkerhoff Richland. 

12 . Samuel F. Vinton Gallia. 

13 Isaac Parrish Morgan-. 

14 Alexander Harper, jr : Muskingum. 

16 I Joseph Morris Monroe. 

16 John D. Cummins Tuscarawas. 

17 George Fries Columbiana^ 

18 I David A. Starkweather Stark. 

19 Daniel R. Tilden Portage. 

20 Joshua R. Giddings Ashtabula. 

21 Joseph M. Root ' Huron. 



XXX. CONGRESS— FROM 1847 TO 1849. 



Senators. Counties. 



William Allen ! Ross. 

Thomas Corwin ' Warren. 



5 



Representatives. Counties. 



1 James J. Faran Hamilton. 

2 David Fisher ; Clinton. 

3 I Robert C. Schenck Montgomery. 

4 Richard S. Canby > Logan. 

5 William Sawyer Mercer*. 

6 Rodolphus Dickinson Sandusky. 

y I , Thomas L. Hamer* Brown. 

\ Jonathan D. Morns'^ , Clermont. 

8 John L. Taylor Ross. 

» Now part of AuglRlze. - Now part of Noble. » Present county of Auglaize. « Oenenil Thomas L. 
Hamer died in Mexico, prior to the convening of the congrcsi) to which he was elected, being at that 
•Ime in the military ser\'ice of the United States. - Vice Hamer. deceasiul. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 
XXX. CONGRESS— Representatives— Continued. 



43 






9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



Representatives. 



Thomas O. Edwards. 

Daniel Duncan 

John K. Miller 

Samuel F. Vinton 

; Thomas Ritchey 

! Nathan Evans 

, William Kennon, jr.. 

I John D. Cummins 

j George Fries 

I Samuel Lahm ^.... 

John Crowell 

' Joshua R. Giddings... 

Joseph M. Root 



Counties. 



Fairfield. 

Licking. 

Knox. 

Gallia. 

Perry. 

Guernsey. 

Belmont. 

Tuscarawas. 
i Columbiana. 

Stark. 
! Trumbull. 
I Ashtabula. 

Huron. 



XXXI. CONGRESS— FROM 1849 TO 1861. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



I 

Thomas Corwin^ Warren. 

Th*omas Ewing* i Fairfield. 

Salmon P. Chase Hamilton. 



s' 



Representatives. 



7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



David T. Disney 

Lewis D. CampbelL... . 

Robert C. Schenck 

Moses B. Corwin 

Emery D. Potter„ 

Rodofphus Dickinson' 

Amos E. Wood* 

John Bell*.. 

Jonathan D. Morris 

John L. Taylor 

EdsonB. Olds 

Charles Sweetzer 

John K.Miller 

Samuel F. Vinton 

William A.Whittlesey 

Nathan Evans 

William F. Hunter 

Moses Hoagland 

Joseph Cable 

David K. Cartter 

John Crowell 

Joshua R Giddings..... 
Joseph M. Root 



Counties. 



Hamilton. 

Butler. 

Montgomery. 

Champaign. 

Lucas. 

Sandusky. 

Sandusky. 

Sandusky. 

Clermont. 

Ross. 

Pickaway. 

Delaware. 

Knox. 

Gallia. 

Washington. 

Guernsey. 

Monroe. 

Holmes. 

Carroll. 

Stark. 

Trumbull. 

Ash tabu hi. 

Erie. 



^ Died In 1S49, vn**r to the oonveninf? of The congress to which he W8s e1e<ted. 

* Vice Dickinson, deceaned. Wood died in 1850. 

'Reslgued, to acc'ept the appointment of Secretary of the U. S. Trcainry. 
^ Vice Corwin. reaigned. 

* Vice Wood. deceaKkl. Bell elected December 20, 1860. 



44 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

XXXII. CONGRESS— FROM 1851 TO 1863. 



Senators. ' Counties. 



Salmon P. Chase.... 
Benjamin F. Wade. 



Hamilton. 
Ashtabula. 



Representatives. ! Counties. 



I 

1 , David T.Disney I Hamilton. 

2 I Lewis D. Campbell •« Butler. 

3 j Hiram Bell \ Darke. 

4 I Benjamin Stanton Logan. 

6 i Alfred P. Edgerton | Defiance. 

6 I Frederick W.Green I Seneca. 

7 I Nelson Barrere Adams. 

8 John L. Taylor I Ross. 

9 I Fxison B. Olds Pickaway. 

10 I Charles Sweetzer • Delaware. 

11 ; George H. Busby i Marion. 

12 ' John Welch : Athens. 

13 i James M. Gaylord ' Morgan. 

14 ; Alexander Harper, jr ; Muskingum. 

16 I William F. Hunter Monroe. 

16 i John Johnson ' Coshocton. 

17 ! Joseph Cable I Carroll. 

18 I David K. Cartter ' Stark. 

19 I Eben Newton ! Mahoning. 

20 Joshua R. Giddings ' Ashtabula. 

21 I Norton S. Town send Ix)raiiy. 

XXXIII. CONGRESS— FROM 1863 TO 1866. 



Senators. Counties. 



Benjamin F. Wade Ashtabula. 

Salmon P. Chase | Hamilton. 



Representatives. i Counties. 



1 David T. Disney Hamilton. 

2 John Scott Harrison , Hamilton. 

3 Lewis D. Campbell i Butler. 

4 1 Matthias H. Nichols I Allen. 

6 Alfred P. Edgerton | Defiance. 

6 ; Andrew Ellison Brown. 

7 Aaron Harlan | Greene. 

8 Moses B. Cor win Champaign. 

9 Frederick W. Green I Seneca. 

10 John L. Taylor Ross. 

11 Thomas Ritchey I Perry. 

12 ' Edson B. Olds I Pickaway. 

13 William D. Lindsley I Erie. 

14 Harvey H. Johnson j Ashland. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 45 

XXXIII. CONGRESS— REPRE8BNTATIVR8— Continued. 



5 



Representatives. Counties. 



15 William R. Sapp. 

16 Edward Ball 

17 Wilson Shannon. 



Knox. 

Muskingum. 

Belmont. 

18 George Bliss 1 Portage. 

19 Edward Wade ! Cuyahoga. 

20 Joshua R. Giddings ' Ashtabula. 

21 Andrew Stuart • Jefferson. 



XXXIV. CONGRESS— FROM T855 TO 1857. 



Senators. . . Counties. 



Benjamin F. Wade , Ashtabula. 

George E. Pugh Hamilton. 



1 1 Timothy C. Day 

% I John Scott Harrison . 

3 ! Lewis D. Campbell .. 

4 Matthias H. Nichols . 



Representatives. Counties. 



Haimilton. 
Huniilton. 
Butler. 
Allen. 

5 Richard Mott Lucas. 

6 Jonas R Emrie Highland. 

7 Aaron Harlan •. Greene. 

S Benjamin Stanton Logan. 

9 I Cooper K.Watson Seneca. 

10 I Oscar F. Moore Scioto. 

11 I Valentine B. Horton Meigs. 

12 Samuel (ralloway .....* Franklin. 

13 John Sherman Richland. 

U i Philemon Bliss Lorain. 

15 j William R.Sapp ■ Knox. 

18 Edward Ball ] Muskingum. 

17 CharlesJ. Albright ; Guernsey. 

18 Benjamin F. Leiter Stark. 

19 Edward Wade Cuyahoga. 

W Joshua R. Giddings Ashtabula. 

21 John A. Bingham Harrison. 



XXXV. CONGRESS-FROM iao7 TO 1859. 



Senators. Counties. 



Benjamin F. Wade Ashtabula. 

George E. Pugh Hamilton. 



46 ANNUAL RBPORT 8BCBBTABY OF STATE. 

XXXV. CX)NGRE8S-Oontinued. 



.2 j Representatives. Counties. 

_^ _i 

1 George H. Pendleton Hamilton. 

2 I William S. Groesbeck j Hamilton. 

of 1 Lewis D. Campbell^ Butler. 

\, Clement L. Vallandigham^ i Montgomery. 

4 ' Matthias H. Nichols i Allen. 

5 [ Richard Mott ^ Lucas. 

6 I Joseph R. Cocke rill Adams. 

7 ' Aaron Harlan | Greene. 

8 Benjamin Stanton I Logan. 

9 I Lawrence W. Hall Crawford. 

10 , Joseph Miller Ross. 

11 Valentine B. Horton Meigs. 

12 I Samuel 8. Cox Franklin. 

13 John Sherman ; Richland. 

14 I Philemon Bliss Lorain. 

15 : Joseph Burns Coshocton. 

IH i Cydnor B. Tompkins Morgan. 

17 William l-»awrence I Guernsey. 

18 Benjamin F. I^eitcr Stark. 

19 ' Edward Wadt* Cuvahoga. 

20 Joshua R. Giddings ' Ashtabula. 

21 John A. Bingham Harrison. 



XXXVI. CONGRESS— FROM 1859 TO 1861. 



Senators. Counties. 



Benjamin F. Wade Ashttibula. 

George E. Piij^h , Hamilton. 



.^ Representatives. Counties. 

1 ' George H. Pendleton Hamilton. 

2 i John A. Gurley Hamilton. 

3 , Clement L. Vallandighaui | Montgomery. 

4 1 William Allen ; Darke. 

5 1 .liunes M. Ashlev : Lucas. 

H William Howard ; Clermont. 

7 Thomas Corwin ' Warren. 

8 Beiijiiniin Stanton ! lx)gan. 

9 John Carev Wyandot. 

10 Carev A. Trimble Ross. 

11 Charles D. Martin > Fairfield. 

12 I Samuel S. Cox ' Franklin. 

13 John SlieniKin i Richland. 

14 llnrrison (i. Blake Medina. 

15 William Helmick ' Tusc.irawas. 

16 1 Cvtlii'»r r.. Tompkins Morgan. 

17 Tiiomas C. Theaker i Belmont. 

18 ' Si'liiev Edjrerton ' Summit. 

19 , iMlwjird Wade Cuyahoea. 

20 Joim llutchins , Trumbull. 

21 .I.»hii A.Bingham Harrison. 



1 S." Ji jivcn to C. L. V;iIlan*Ji,5h:im on conto-^t. - Vice L. I). Campbell. 



MEMBERS OK CONGRESS. 47 

XXXVII. CONGRRSS-FROM 1861 TO 18«3. 



Senators. Counties. 



Benjamin F. Wade Ashtabula. 

.Salmon P. Chase* Hamilton. 

John Sherman* Richland. 



I 



Representatives. Counties. 



1 George H. Pendleton Hamilton. 

2 John A. Gurley Hamilton. 

Clement L. Vnllandigha'm Montgomery. 

William Allen - Darke. 

James M. .Vshley Lucas. 






6 Chilton A. White Brown. 

fjl^ Thomas Corwin' Warren. 

r Richard A.Harrison* Madison. 

8 i Samuel Shellabarger Clarke. 

9 Warren P. Noble Seneca. 

10 Carey A. Trimble Ross. 

ir Valentine B. Horton Meigs. 

12 Samuel S. Cox Franklin. 

iq) John Sherman* Richland. 

^\, Samuel T. Worcester* Huron. 

14 I Harrison G. Blake Medina. 

15 1 Robert H. Nugen ; Tuscarawas. 

16 I William P. Cutler •. Washington. 

17 I James R. Morris Monroe. 

18 Sidney Edgerton Summit. 

19 Albeit G. Riddle ' Cuyahoga. 

20 John Hutchins ^ Trumbull. 

21 I John A. Bingham Harrison. 



XXXVIir. CONGRh>?S— FROM 1863 TO imb. 

Senators. Counties. 

Benjamin F. Wade Ashtabula. 

John Sherman Richland. 



r Representatives. Counties. 

1 George H. Pendleton Hamilton. 

2 AU»xander Ix)ng Hamilton. 

3 Hi»bert C. Schenck. MontjronuTv. 

4 John F. Mc Kinney Miiinii. 

5 Francis C. LeBlon'd Mercer. 



» Rn^igiicd, to accept the appointment ol Secretary of the I'nited Sliilo Tnnsnrv. 

- Vicf cbaae. resigned. 

' ReniKned, to accept the appointment of Minister to Mexico. 

* Vice Curwin, resignetl. 

^ Resigned, to accept the office of Unite^l Staten Senator. 

* Vict* Sherman, resigned. 



48 ANNUAL KEroirr ^*K^Kl:TAKY OF 8TATK. 

XXXVIII. CONGRESS— Represestatives— Continued. 



.22 j Representatives. Counties. 



6 I Chilton A. White Brown. 

7 1 Samuel S. C-ox Franklin. 

8 I William Johnson Richland. 

9 I Warren P.Noble Seneca. 

10 I James M. Ashley Lucas. 

11 I Wells A. Hutchins Scioto. 

12 ' William E. Finck Perry. 

13 1 John O'Neill Muskingum. 

14 : George Bliss \yayne. 

16 James R. Morris ^lonroe. 

16 Joseph W. White , Guernsey. 

17 ! Ephraim R. Eckley Carroll. 

18 I Rufus P. Spaldinc Cuyahoga. 

19 ' James A. Garfield Portage. 



XXXIX. CONGRESS— FROM 1865 TO 1867. 



Senators. i Counties. 



Benjamin F. Wade Ashtabula. 

John Sherman Richland. 



.2 Representatives. Counties. 

1 Benjamin E^rnrleston Hamilton. 

2 Rutherford B. Hayes Hamilton. 

3 Robert C. Schenck Montj:omery. 

4 William L wrence Logan. 

6 Francis C. I^Blond fiercer. 

6 Reader W. Clark Clermont. 

7 Samuel Shellabarger Clarke. 

8 James R. Hubbell Delaware. 

9 Ralph P. Buckland Sandusky. 

10 JameH M. Ashley Lucas. 

11 Hezekiah S. Bundy Jackson. 

12 William E. Finck' Perry. 

13 Columbus Delano Knox. 

14 Martin Welker Wayne. 

15 Tobias A. Plants Mei'jrs. 

16 John A. Binj?ham Harrison. 

17 Ephraim R. Eckley C^irroll. 

18 Kufus P. Spaldinji Cuyahoga. 

19 James A. Garfield Portage. 

XL. CONG HESS -FROM 1867 TO 1869. 

Senators. Counties. ' 



Benjamin F. Wade ...'. Ashtabuhi. 

John Sliennan Richland. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 49 

XL. CONGRESS— Continued. 



Representatives. i Counties. 



1 Benjnmin Epj^leston ' Hamilton. 

.,/ Rntherford B. Hayes^ i Hamilton. 

\ Samuel F. Carey^ ^ Hamilton. 

3 Robert C. Schenck Montgomery. 

4 William T^wrence Logan. 

5 William Mungen Hancock. 

« Reader W\ Clarke ; Clermont. 

7 . Samuel Shellabarger Clarke. 

ol Cornelius S. Hamilton^ i Union. 

\ John Realty* ' Morrow. 

y Ralph P. Buckland j Sandusky. 

10 James M. Ashley i Lucas. 

U ' John T. Wilson Adams. 

12 ! Philadelph Van Tniinp I Fairfield. 

IH I George W. Morgan i Knox. 

14 ' Martin Welker f Wavne. 

15 Tobias A. Plants | Meigs. 

1« John A. Ringhnm ; Harrison. 

17 Kphraim R. Eikley i Carroll. 

18 Rufus P. SpaMin«! Cuyahoga. 

Itt I James A. (iarfield Portage. 



XLL COXGRKS.S-FR()M 1869 TO 1871. 



Senators. | Counties. 

I 

John Sherman I Richland. 

.\lienG. Thurman ! Frnnklin. 



Representatives. | Connti<'s. 



1 Peter W. Strador Hamilton. 

I Job K.Stevenson Hamilton. 

3 liol)ert C. Schenck Montgomery. 

4 William Lawrence I Logan. 

5 , NN'illiam Mungen ! Hnncock. 

« John A. Smith Highland. 

7 .lames J. Winans (ireene. 

S John Beatty Morrow. 

9 Ivdward K. Dickinson Sandusky. 

jq/ Truman H. Hoag^ ! Lucas. 

I Krasnnis I). Pevk* i Wood. 

II John T Wilson I Adams. 

\i Philadelph Van Trump ; Fairfield. 

13 Jiwrge VV^ Morgan Knox. 

14 Martin Welker J Wayne. 

15 Kliakim H. Moore Athens. 

W I John A. Bingham Harri.<«!on. 

17 Jacob A. Ambler Cnhnnhiana. 

18 William H. Upson Sunimit. 

19 James A. Garfield Portage. 



' Kesicned In 1 867. to accept theoffl«^<'of Cove'nor«»f r»h<o. - \'Uv Have-, irsigiuHl. » i>it*l Di. 
JWT. * Vkt namilton, deceavd. '^ I)ie<l in 1S7(.». < Vice Hoag, dec* ajje«i. 

4 fc« s. 



50 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
XLII. CONGRESS— FROM 1871 TO 1873. 



I 



Representatives. 



■{I 

2 I 
3 

4 I 

5 I 

6 I 

7 I 

9 1 
10 i 

1^ i 

12 

13 ! 

u i 

15 , 

16 I 
17 

18 ; 

19 I 



Senators. 


Counties. 


John Sherman 


Ric'hlnnJ 


Allen (i Thurman 


Frankliit 







Counties. 



Aaron F. Perry^ ; Hamilton. 

Ozro J. Dodds^ Hamilton. 

Job E. Stevenson Hamilton. 

Lewis D. Campbell liiitlcr. 

John F. McKinney Miami. 

Charles N. Lamison Allen. 

John A. Smith Highland. 

Samuel SHellabarger Clarke. 

John Beatty Morrow. 

Charles Foster ', Seneca. 

Erasmus D. Peck i Wood. 

John T. Wilson Adams. 

Philadelph Van Trump ! Fairfield. 

George W. Morgan i Knox. 

James Monroe ; I^rain. 

William P. Sprague | Morgan. 

John A. Bingham j Harrison. 

Ja(!ob A. Ambler I Columbiana. 

William H. Upson I Summit. 

James A. Garfield I Portage. 



I 



XLIH. CONGRESS-FROM 1873 TO 1875. 



Senators. 



John Sherman 

Allen G. Thurman 



Counties. 



Richland. 
Franklin. 



1 

4 

5 
() 
7 
8 
9 
10 



Representatives. 



^lilton Sayler 

Henry B. Banning ... 

John Q. Smith 

Lewis B. Gunckel 

(^hiirles N. Lamison' 
Isaac R. Sherwood ... 

Lawrence T. Neal 

Willijim Lawrence* .. 
James W. Robinson.. 
Charles Foster^ 



Counties. 



Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Clinton. 

Montgomery. 

Allen. 

Williams. 

Ross. 

Lo^an. 

Union. 

Seneca. 



1 IlcsfKiicd in 1S72. » Vice Pc*rrj'» resigned. » Member of 42d Congress. * Member of 39th, 40th 
an<l 41st Congress. 



MEMBERS OF COXGRES. 51 

XLIII. CONGRESS— Representatives— Continued. 



2 I Representatives. ■ Counties. 



11 Hezekiah S. Bundy^ ; Jackson. 

12 1 Hugh J. Jewett j Franklin. 

13 ' Milton I. Southard ! Muskingum. 

14- John Berry Wyandot. 

15 ; William P. Sprague' i Morgan. 

16 I Lorenzo Danford Belmont. 

17 ' Laurin D. Wood worth Mahoning. 

18 I James Monroe^ Lorain. 

19 I James A. Garfield' Portage. 

20 ; Richard C. Parsons Cuyahoga. 



i 



XLIV. CONGRESS— FROM 1875 TO 1877. 



Senators. Counties. 



John Sherman I Richland. 

Allen G. Thurman i Franklin. 



Representatives. ] Counties. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 



Milton Savler* I Hamilton. 

Henry B. Banning* ...j Hamilton. 

John S. Savage Clinton. 

John A. McMahon j Montgomery. 

Americus V. Rice Putnam. 

Frank H. Hurd ; Lucas. 

Lawrence T. Neal* i Ross. 

William Lawrence^ Jjoean. 

Esirly F. Poppleton I Delaware. 

Charles Foster** I Seneca. 

John L. Vance ! Gallia. 

Ansel T. Walling j Pickaway. 

Milton I. Southard* ' Muskingum. 

Jacob P. Cowen Ashland. 

Nelson H. Van Vorhes i Athens. 



Lorenzo Danfoni*. 

17 Laurin D. Woo<i worth*. 

18 I James Monroe® 

19 James A. Garfield' 

20 ' Henry B. Payne 



Belmont. 

Mahoning. 

D^rain. 

Portage. 

Cuyahoga. 



1 Mtmbf^r of 9f th Codrtcw. > Memlx-r of 42d ('onffreM- ' Member of asth. 39th, 40tb, 41st and 
lad CoDgrew. * Memt>er of 43d Congre*<R ^ Meoiber of S9th, 40th, 41st, and 4dd Congress. * Member 
of tM au > 43d O ingress. ^ Member of 'SUlU, 39th, 4Gth, 41st, 42d, and 43d Congress. 



52 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
XLV. CONGRESS— 1877 TO 1879. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



John Sherman* ' Richlnnd. 

Stanley Matthews* | Hamilton. 

Allen G. Thurman I Franklin. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 



Representatives. 



Milton Savior* 

Henry B. BanninK*... 

Mills Gardner 

John A. McMahon*. 
Americas V. Rice*... 
Jacob D. Cox. 



Counties. 



Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Fayette. 

Montgomery. 

Patnnm. 

Lucas. 



Henry L. Dickey I Highland. 

J. Warren Keifer Clarke. 

John S. Jones ' Delaware. 

Charles Foster' ' Seneca. 



Henry S. Neal 

Thomas Ewing 

Milton I. Southard 3 

Ebenezer B. Finley........ 

Nelson H. Van Vorhes* 

Lorenzo Danford^ 

William McKinley, jr I Stark. 

James Monroe* i Lorain. 

James A. Garfield^ (Lake. 

AmosTownsend ' Cuyahoga 



Lawrence. 

Fairfield. 

Muskingum. 

Crawford. 

Athens. 

Belmont. 



^ Resigned In 1877. to accept the appoiiumeiit of Secretary of Uiiited Slates Tr* asury. 

2 Vice John Sherman, reslgued. 

3 Member of 43d and 44th Congrcs". •« Member of 4Uh C'ongresR. * Mcml>cr of 42d. 43d. and 44th 
Congress. ^ Meml>er of 39:h, 40lh. 41sr4 42d, 43d, and 44th Congress. 



XLVI. CONGRESS— FROM 1879 TO 1881. 



Senators. 



Counties. 



Allen G. Thurman Franklin. 

George H. Pendleton Hamilton. 




Benjamin Butterworth ' Hamilton. 

Thomas L. Young I Hamilton. 

John A. McMahon* ' Montgomer\'. 



J. Warren Keifer^ 
Benjamin IvcFevre... 

William D.Hill 

Frank H.Hurd 

Ebenezer B. Finlej *. 



Clarke. 

Shelby. 

Defiance. 

Lucas. 

Crawford. 



MEMBERS OF C0NGRES3. 53 

XLVI CONGRESS-FROM 1879 TO 1881 -Continued. 



.23 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Representatives. 



George L. Converse Franklin. 

Thomas Ewing Fairfield. 

Henry L. Dickey* Highland. 

Henry S. NeaP I Lawrence. 

Adoniram J. Warner ! Washington. 



Counties. 



Gibson Atherton.. 

George W. Geddes 

William McKinley, jr.*.. 

James Monroe' 

Jonathan T. Updegraff.. 
James A. Garfield*. 



Licking. 
Richland. 
Stiirk. 
Lorain. 
Jeff*er6on. 
Lake. 
Amos Townsend- I Cuyahoga. 



> Member of ihc 43 1, 44ih, and 45th Congrcae. * Mcmaber of the 4oth CoHgress. 3 Member of the 42d , 
43d. 44th, and 45th Congress. * Member of the 39th, 40th, 4l?t, 42J, 43d, 44th, and 4'ith Congress. 



XLVII. CONGRESS— FROM 1881 TO 1883. 



Senators. 


Counties. 


Geo. H. Pendleton 




Hamilton 


John Sherman* 


Richland. 







3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 



Representatives. 



Benjamin Butterworth* Hamilton. 

Thos. L. Young 2 Hamilton. 

Henry L. Morey Butler. 

Emanuel Schultz Montgomery. 

Benjamin LeFevre 2 Shelby. 

James M. Ritchie Lucas. 

John P. Leedom Adams. 

J. Warren Keifer* Clarke. 

James S. Robinson Hardin. 

John B. Rice Sandusky. 

Henry S. NeaP Lawrence. 

Geo. L. Converse^ Franklin. 

Gibson Atherton* Licking. 

George W. Geddes* Richland. 

Rufus R. Dawes Washington. 

Jonathan T. Updegraff* Jefferson. 

Wm. McKinley, jr.3 Stark. 

Addison S. McClure i Wayne. 

EzraB. Taylor | Trumbull. 

Amos Townsend ^ Cuyahoga. 



Counties. 



» James A. Garfield was elected senator by the 64th General A^^sembly on the 11th day of January. 
1883. He declined the office on the 18th of January, 1881, having in the meantime been nominated to the 
pvesidency of the United Slates by tlie Republican party, and John Bhcrman was elected senator in 
his place. 

< Member of the 4Gth Congress. ^ Member of the 45th and 4Gth Congress 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS OF OHIO, 

FROM 1804-1880. 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS OF OHIO. 



William Goforth, 



Nathaniel Massie, 



John Jones, 
James Pritehard, 
Matthias Corwin, 



John G. Young, 
Abraham Shepherd, 
Aaron Wheeler, 



Jeremiah Morrow, 
James Caldwell, 
William H. Harrison, 



1804. 
James Pritchard, 

1808. 
Thomas McCuue, 

1812. 

D. Abbott, 
David Purviance, 
Thomas Ijams, 

1816. 

Othniel Looker, 
John Patterson, 
Benjamin Hough, 

1820. 

James Kilbourn, 
Alexander Campbell, 
John McLaughlin, 



Nathaniel Massie. 



Stephen Wood. 



James Dunlap. 
John Hamm. 



William Skinnefj 
James Currv. 



Robert Lucas, 
LeT^is Dille. 



William H. Harrison, 
James Caldwell, 
William McFarland, 
David Sloane, 
Thomas Kirker, 



Ethan Allen Brown, 
Robert Lucas, 
George McCook, 
John Mcllvaine, 
William Piatt, 



1824. 

Samuel Coulter, 
James Hcaton, 
S. Kiiijjsbury, 
Henry Brown, 
Ebenezer Merry, 
John Bigger, 

1828. 

Samuel Herrick. 
James Shields, 
George Sharp, 
Henry Barringtou, 
Walter M. Blake, 
Hugh McFall, 



Ebenezer Buckingham, 
James Coolcy, 
William Kendall, 
James Steele, 
William Skinner. 



Thomas Gillespie, 
Benjamin Jones, 
Thomas L. Hamer, 
William Hayne, 
Valentine Keffer. 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



67 



Benjamin Tappan, 
Joseph J. McDowell f 
John M. Goodenow, 
Valentine Keffer, 
Isaiah D. Morris, 
Isaac Humphreys, 
Mark T. Mills. 



Benjamin Ruggles, 
William C. Kirker, 
Joshua Collett, 
Ira Belknap, 
George P. Torrance, 
Samuel Elliott, 
Andrew McCleary, 



William K. Putnam, 
Keaain Bcall, 
Alexander Mayhew, 
Henry Harter, 
A. Spafford, 
Joshua Collett, 
Abraham Miley, 



Thomas Corwin, 
Peter Hitchcock, 
Bellamy Storer, 
Samson Mason, 
W^illiam Bebb, 
D. J. Cory, 
Aaron Harlan, 
J. Sw)tt, 



L. Byington, 
Samuel Starkweather, 
J. Snider, 
George Kesling, 
J. Kinney, 
G. Volney Dorsey, 
C. M. Godfrey, 
6. Diffenderfer, 



1832. 

Alexander Elliott, 
R. D. Forman, 
John Chaney, 
Alexander McConnell, 
George Sharp, 
Michael Moore, 
Fisher A. Blockson, 

1836. 

Mordecai Bartley, 
Elijah Huntington, 
John Codding, 
Isaiah Morris, 
Jared P. Kirtland, 
Alexander Campbell, 
D. Harbaugh, 

1840. 

Samuel F. Vinton, 
John I. Van Meter, 
Aquilla Toland. 
Perely B. Johnson, 
John Dukes, 
Otho Brashear, 
James Kaguet, 

1844. 

R. W. Clark, 
David Adams, 
Joseph Olds, 
Daniel S. Norton, 
W. W. Conklin, 
James Holcomb, 
H. Chapin, 
J. Crooks, 

1848. 

S. M. Little, 
D. T. Swinney, 
Lewis Anderson, 
John Lidey, 
William Lawrence, 
William J. Fry, 
Joseph Bums, 
^y. McDonald, 



John Larwell, 
William S. Tracy, 
George Marshall, 
Jeremiah McLane, 
Eli Baldwin, 
H. J. Harman, 
Jonathan Cilley. 



William Kendall, 
John P. Coulter, 
Abel Rennick, 
John L. Lacy, 
Christian King, 
Andrew Donnelly, 
Samuel Newell. 



C. S. Miller, 
John Carey, 
David King, 
Storm Rosa, 
John Beatty, 
John Augystine, 
John Jamison. 



T. W\ Bostwick, 
W. R. Sapp, 
J. W. Gill, 
Cyrus Spink, 
J. H. Baldwin. 
W. S. Perkins, 
John Fuller. 



D. A. Starkweather, 
J. B. Butler, 
H. B. Payne, 
A. Ives, 
John Caldwell, 
John Glover, 
Van S. Murphy. 



58 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



W. McLean, 
William Palmer, 
Barnabas Bums, 
J. B. Damble, 
Charles Rule, 
William Golden, 
G. W. Stokes, 
0. Keyser, 



Caleb B. Smith, 
J. B. Stallo, 
J. Perkins, 
R. M. Corwine, 
Peter Odlin, 
J. S. Conklin, 
William'/faylor, 
E. P. Evans, 



Frederick Hassaurek, 
Joseph M. Root, 
Benjamin Eggleston, 
William M. Dickson, 
Frank ^^cWhiney, 
John Riley Knox, 
D. AV. H. Howard, 
John M. Kellum, 



John M. Connell, 
John P. Buhn, 
John K. Green, 
Stephen Johnson, 
Henry W. Smith, 
William Sheffield, 
James R. Stanbery, 



David Tod, 
Samuel GaUoway, 
John G. Olden. 
Stanley Matthews, 
Andrew G. McBurney, 
Jonathan Cranor, 
David Thompson, 



1852. 

R. C. Cunningham, 

Hugh J. Jewett, 

E. G. Dial. 

W. O. Key, 

L. H. Steedman, 

C. H. Mitchener, 

C. J. Orton, 

E. T. McArtor, 

1856. 

W. H. P. Denny, 
James R. Hubbell, 
R. G. Pennington, 

F. Cleveland, 
J. Welch, 

D. Humphrey, 
H. D. Coake, 

E. Pardee, 

1860. 

Nelson Rush, 
Abraham Thompson, 
John F. Hinkle, 
Hezekiah S. Bundy, 
Daniel B. Stewart, 
R. P. L. Baber, 
John Beatty, 
Willard Slocum, 

1864. 

Lorenzo Danford, 
Abner Kellogg, 
Stanley Matthew^s, 
William L. Walker, 
Ozias Bowen, 
George A. Walker, 
John H. McCombs, 

1868. 

David H. Bailey, 
Charles C. V/alcutt, 
L. B. Matson, 
Luther A. Hall, 
Hiram Freaz, 
John J. Harper, 
P. M. Wagenhals, 



Joseph Kyle, 
J. Finley, 
F. Cleveland, 
S. D. Harris, 
E. T. Wilder, 
E. H. Haines, 
B. T. Johnson. 



J. M. Hodge, 
Davis Green, 
M. Pennington, 
J. S. Herrick, 
A. Wilcox, 
J; Dumas, 
A. E. Buss. 



Joseph Ankeny, 
Fxiward Ball, 
John A. Davenport, 
William K. Upbam, 
Samuel B. Philbrick, 
George AV. Brooke, 
Norman K. Mackenzie. 



John McCook, 
Lewis B.TGunkel, 
Mills Gardner, 
Jacob Scraggs, 
Henr>' F. Page, 
Frederick W. Wood, 
Seth Marshall. 



W^illiam D. Hamilton, 
S. M. Barber, 
Levi Barber, 
Isaac Welch, 
Ed. F. Schneider, 
Stephen H. Pitkin, 
Frederick Kinsman. 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



59 



John'C. Lee, 
Alphonso Hart, 
Joshua H. Bates, 
William E. Davi8, 
Thomas Moore, 
William Allen, 
Matthew C. Hale, 



1872. 

George R. Haynes, 
Marcus Boggs, 
Charles Phellis, 
John S. Jones, 
Christopher C. Keech, 
Homer C. Jones, 
Luther Donaldson, 
John C. Grannis, 



Isaac Smucker, 
Isaac M. Kirby, 
Charles H. Grosvenor, 
Jonathan T. Updegraff, 
Joshua A. Riddle, 
John R. Buchtel, ^ 

Aaron Wilcox. 



Aaron F. Perry, 
Edward H. Bohm, 
John W. Herron, 
John W. Warrington, 
George Hulick, 
John C. W^illiamson, 
Isaac N. Alexander, 



Sidney S. Warner, 
Charles H. Grosvenor, 
Anthony D. Bullock, 
Alfred T. Goshorn, 
Robert R Doan, 
W^illiam Allen, 
Jacob L'H. Long, 



1876. 

James B. Luckey, 
Orange Edwards, 
Anson P. Howard, 
John J. Hane, 
John 6. Davis, 
John L. Jones, 
Augustus R. Keller, 
Worthy S. Streator, 

1880. 

Octavius Waters, 
WiUiam AV. McKnight, 
John Q. A. Campbell, 
George W. Holland, 
Jacob F. Burket, 
Nelson B. Sisson, 
George E. Martin, 
Mendal Churchill, 



Edward M. Downer, 
Andrew M. Bums, 
Columbia Downing, 
David Cunningham, 
John W. Whitcraft, 
Samuel G. Baniard, 
Benjamin F. Wade. 



Jacob Scroggs, 
Tobias A. Plants, 
John Milton Lewis, 
Nathan B. Billingsley, 
Nathaniel W. Goodhue, 
Samuel R. House, 
Joel W. T>'ler. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 



AND 



SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE 



OF THE 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES OF OHIO, 
FROM 1799-1882. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE. 

UtUil the year 1852, when the new state consiitulion v^ent irUo effect, the presiding officer of 
the senate wai elected by the senate^ and called SSpeaker, Since 1852, the lieuienani-govfmar is 
the presiding officer of the senate , and called President, 



Terbttorial Assembly. 






Date. 



Name. 



Ck>unty. 



1799-1801... Heiury Vnndenbnrg . 
1801-18a3...! Robert Oliver 



Knox. 
Wasliington. 



General Assembly. 



^« 


Date. 


o-S 




1 


1803 


2 


1803-1804... 


B 


180^1805... 


4 


1805-1806... 


5 


1806-1807... 


« 


1807-1808... 


7 


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NaftMnlfil Mftfisie 

Daniel Symmes 

Daniel Symmes* 

James Pritchard 

Thomas Kirker 

Th<fm*8 KiHier 

Thomas Kirker 

Duncan Mc Arthur 

Thomas Kirker 

Thomas Kirker 

Thomas Kirker 

Othniel Looker 

Thomas Kirker 

Peter Hitchcock 

Abraham fihephcrd .. 
Abraham Shepherd .. 

Robert Lucas 

Allen Trimble 

Allen Trimble 

Allen Trimble 

Allen Trimble 

Allen Trimble 

Allen Trimble 

Allwi Trimble 

AbiHteMU flhspherd.. 

Samuel Wheeler 

Samuel Wheeler 

Robert Lucas , 

Samuel R. Miller 

William Doherty 

Samuel R. MUler 



Ross. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Jefferson. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Ross. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Hamilton. 

Adams. 

Geauga. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Pike. 

Highland. 

Highland. 

Highland. 

Highland. 

Highland. 

Highland. 

Highland. 

Adlims. 

Geauga. 

Geauga. 

Pike. 

Hamilton. 

Franklin. 

Hamilton. 



^ Resigned February, 18C5 ; successor, James Pritchard, of Jefferson county. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE-Continued. 



S S Date. I 



Name. 



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1882-1884.. 



David T. Disney 

Peter Hitchcock* 

Elijah Vance 

Elijah Vance 

George J. Smith 

William Hawkins 

AVilliam McLaughlin ... 

William McLaughlin ... 

James J. Faran 

James J. Faran 

I Thomas W. Hartley 

I Da viil Chambers 

I Seabury Ford 

I Edson B.Olds 

: Charles B. Goddard 

Brewster Randall 

Harrison G. Blake 

Charles C. Converse 

William Medill" 

i James Mvers 

Thomas Ford 

Martin Wclker 

Robert C. Kirk 

Benjamin Stanton 

Charles Anderson 

Andrew G. McBurney.. 

! John C. Lee 

' John C. I-.ee 

Jacob Mueller 

Alphonso Hart 

Thomas L. Young* 

H. W. Curtiss 

Jabez W. Fitch 

Andrew Hickenlooper.. 

Reese G. Richards. 



County.' 



Hamilton. 

Cieauga. 

Butler. 

Butler. 

Warren. 

Morgan. 

Richland. 

Ric lUuid. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Richland. 

Muskingum. 

ea iga. 
Pickaway. 
Muskingum. 
Ashtabula. 
Medina. 
Muskingum. 
Fairfield. 
Lucas. 
Richland. 
Wayne. 
Knox. 
Logan. 
Montgomery. 
Warren. 
Seneca. 
Seneca. 
Cuyahoga. 
PortAce. 
H imilton. 
Cuyahoga. 
Cuyahoga. 
Ha^nilton. 
Jefferson. 



* DM'id T. Disney, of Hiimilton county, was Speaker pno tetn. Peter Hitchcock reslj^ned {n Mnrcli. 
JA'A. and rharlen Antnoiiy. of Ciiirko county, was elected his successor. An extra session of this Leg- 
i^tiatureooQTened in Jun«, ISV), in which David T. Disney, of Hamilton county, was ctiosen speaker. 

« With Willlrtni Medill began the presidency of the lieutenant-governors. 

> Recsmc governor March, 1877, vice R. B. Hayes, resigned. H. W. Curtiss succeeded him as 
I 'cn tenaut-guveruor. 



SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE. 
Territorial Assembly. 



fe g Date. 



1879-1801.. 
1801-1803.. 



Name. 



Edward Tiffin. 
Edward Tiffin. 



County. 



Boss. 
Ross. 



General Assembly. 



Is 


Date. 


J-S 




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Michael Baldwin 

Elijis Uin^Uitm 

MicliatO mill v\ in 

John J?lonn 

A bni hn m 8b e p h e rd . . . , 
Alexander Cam pbelL. . 
Alexnnder rnmpbdL,. 

Edward Tiffin 

Edward Tiffin 

MiLttiiins t orvvsTi. 

John Pollock 

John Pollock 

John Pollock 

Mnttliiiis Cikrwln.. 

Thomas Kirker 

Duncan McArthur 

Joseph Richardson .... 
Joseph Richardson .... 
Joseph Richardson .... 

John Bi^er 

Joseph Richardson .... 
Jo8fph Richardson .... 
MiciiLJaU T Willifima... 

Wm. W. Irwin 

David liigpnB 

Edward King**.. 

Edward King 

Thomas L. Hamer 

James M. Ceil 
w-- R, Hubbard 
David T. J>t8ney 
John H. TvL-ilh. 

John M. Creed^ 

William Sawyer 

William Medill 

Charles Anthony 

James J. Faran.' 

Thomas J. Buchanan. 

Seabury Ford 

Rufus P. Spalding 

John Chaney 

John M. Gallagher 

David Chambers 



County. 



Ross. 

Ross. 

Ross. 

Jefferson. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Adams. 

Ross. 

Ross. 

Warren. 

Clermont 

Clermont. 

Clermont. 

Warren. 

Adams. 

Roes. 

Columbiana. 

Columbiana. 

Columbiana. 

Warren. 

Columbiana. 

Columbiana. 

Hamilton. 

Fairfield. 

Butler. 

Ross. 



Brown. 

Guernsey. 

Belmont. 

Hamilton. 

Muskingum. 

Fairfield. 

Montgomery. 

Fairfield. 

Clarke. 

Hamilton. 

Clermont. 

Geauga. 

Summit 

Fairfield. 

Clarke. 

Muskingum. 



1 An extra session of the 33<1 General A«embly convened in June, 1836, in which John M. Creed 
was re-elected speaker. 



t\ Date. 



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SPEAK KRS oy THE HOUSE. 
SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE-Continued. 
Xame. 



66 



County. 



Elias F. Drake Greene. 

AVm. P. Cutler Washington. 

. Joseph S. Hawkins ! Preble. 

. John G. Breslin Seneca. 

.j Benjamin F. Leiter 'Stark. 

. John F. Morse Lake. 

. James C. Johnson' Medina. 

.' Francis C. l^Blond Mercer. 

.| Nelson H. Van Vorhes Athens. 

. Wm. B Woods Licking. 

. Richard C. Parsons Cuvahoga. 

.i J. R. Hubbell Delaware. 

' J. R. Hubbell Delaware. 

E. A. Parrett Montgomery. 

John F. Follett Licking. 

A. J. Cunningham Hamilton. 

Nelson H. Van Vorhes Athens. 

Geo. L. Converse ; Franklin. 

Charles H. Grosvenor •. Athens. 

James E. Neal Butler. 

Thomas A. Cowgill ' Champaign. 



^ First ttpcnker under iht* vow ooustitutiou »•: ISM. 

- DurlnK the d«Ijoiirncrtse«Hon.lsfJ'>-lsr.f». Spetikfc Hii>)bell rosiKiiC(l,ftinl John Johnston, of Snminit 
t' )uniy, was chosen speaker. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES OF OHIO, 

FROM 1799-1882. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES, 

From the organization of the first civil government in the North-west Territory ^ of 
which the state of Ohio tvas a part, until the year 1884. 



I. TERRITORIAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1799-1801. 
Members. 



AdauH— Joseph Darlington, Nathaniel 
Massie. 

Hamilton — Wm. Goforth, William Mc- 
Millan, John Smith, John Ludlow, 
Robert Benham, Aaron Caldwell, 
Isaac Martin. 

Jefferson — James Pritchard. 

Knox — John Small. 



Randolph—John Edgar. 

Ross — Thoft. Worthingion, EliaK Lang- 
ham, Samuel Findlay, Edward Tiffin. 

St. Clair — Shad rack Bond 

Washington — Return Jonathan Meig8, 
Paul Fearing. 

Wayne— Solomon Sibley, Jacob Visgar, 
Charles F. Chaben de Joncaire. 



II. TERRITORIAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1801-1803. 
Members. 



Adams — Joseph Darlington, Nathaniel 

Massie. 
Hamilton — Moses Miller, Francis Dun- 

lavy, Jeremiah Morrow, Jno. Ludlow, 

John Smith, Jacob Whit^, Daniel 

Reeder. 
Jefferson— Zenas Kimberly, John Mil- 

ligan, Thos. McCune 



Boss — Edward Ti>t*D, Elias LaDgham, 

Thos. Worthinglop. 
Trumbull— Edward Paine. 
Washington — Ephraim Cutler, Wm. 

Bufutt Putnam. 
Wayne — Francois Joncaire Chabcrt, 

George McDougal, Jonathan Schieff- 

lein. 



I. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1808— (State). 
Senators, 



Adams— John Beasly.' 
Belmont — Wm. Vance. 
Clermont — Wm. Buchanan. 
Hamiltoo — Francis Dunlavy, Jeremiah 
Morrow, John Paul, Daniel Syinmes. 



Jefferson — Zenas Kimberly, Bazaleel 

Wells. 
Ross — Nathaniel Massie, A. Claypool. 
Trumbull — Samuel Huntington. 
Washington — Joseph Bueil. 



Represenlaiives. 



Adams— Thos. Kirker, Ephraim Kibby, 

Joseph Lucas, Wm. Ruffel. 
Belmont — Joseph Sharp. Elijah Woods. 
Clermont — R. Walter Waring, Amos 

Ellis. 
Fairfield— David Reece, Wm. Trimble. 
Hamilton — Thos. Brown, John Bigger, 

James Dunn, Wm. James, RoMrt 

McClure, Wm. Maxwell, Thos. Mc- 

Farlan. 



Jefferson — Rudolph Baer, Z. A. Beatty, 

Thos. Elliott, Isaac Meeks. 
Ro:*8 — Michael Baldwin, Robert Cul- 

bertson, Thomas Worthington, Wm. 

Patton. 
Trumbull — Ephraim Quimby, Aaron 

Wheeler. 
Washington — Wm. Jackson, Robert 

Safford, WyllisJSilliman. 



^Contested, and seat given to Joseph Darlington. 



GENERAL A8SEMBLIEP. 



69 



IF. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1803-180). 

Senators. 



Belmont— 'Thomas Kirker. 
Clermont — James Sargeant 
Fairfield—Robert F. Slaughter. 
Hamilton — John Biffj!fer,W. C Schenck, 

Daniel Symmes, William Ward. 
Jefferson — Bazaleel Wells. 



Ross and Franklin — Abraham Claypool. 
Ross — Nathaniel Massie, John Milhgan. 
Trumbull — Benjamin Tappan. 
Washington — Elijah Backus, Joseph 
Buell, Wm. Vance. 



Representatives, 



Adams— Daniel Collier, Wm. Creighton, 
sr., Abraham Shepherd. Jno. Wrieht. 

Belmont — Josiah Dillon, James Smith. 

Clermont — Dan. Fagans, Jonathan Tay- 

"lor. 

Fairfield — Philemon Beecher,Wm Gass. 

Hamilton — Samuel Dick, Wm. Dodds, 
Abner Garard, Ephraim Kibby, Icha- 
bod Miller, John Wallace, Stephen 
W^ood, William McClnre. 



Jefferson — Richard Beeson, Samuel 
Dun lap, Jo.seph McKee, Jno Sloaue. 

Ross — James Dunlap, Jno. Evans, Elias 
Langham. 

Trumbull— David Abbott, Ephraim 
Quimby. 

Washington — Jesse Fulton, Wm. Jack- 
son, Charles Mills. 



IIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1804-1805. 



Senators. 



Adams and Scioto— Thos. Kirker. 
Belmont — Wm. Vance. 
Clermont — James Sargeant. 
Fairiield — Robert Slaughter 
Hamilton — Cornelius Snider, Daniel 

Symmes. 
Jeflerson and Columbiana — John Milli- 

gan, Jame« Pritchard. 



Ross and Franklin — Abraham Claypool, 

Joseph Kerr. 
Trumbull — George Tod. 
Warren, Butler, Montgomery and 

Green— John Bigger, Wm. Schenck. 
Washington, Gallia and Muskingum — 

Jaseph Buell. 



Representatirex. 



Adams — Abraham Shepherd, Thomas 

Waller, Philip Lewis, jr. 
Belmont — Thos. Wilson, John Stuart. 
Butler — Ezekiel Ball, Mat. Richardson. 
Clermont — Robert Higgin?. 
Columbiana — Rudolph Baer. 
Fairfield— David Rees, William Gass. 
Greene — John Sterritt. 
Hamilton— Stephen Wood, Hezekiah 

Price, Judah Willey. 



,{ef!erson— Thos. McClure, John Sloan, 

John McLaughlin. 
Montgomery — Daniel C. Cooper. 
Ross— Michael Baldwin, James Dunlap, 

Duncan McArthur, William Patton. 
Trumbull — Amos Spofford, Homer 

Heine. 
Warren — Matthias Corwin, Peter Burr; 
Washington — Elijah Hatch, Ezekiel 

Marvin, Seth Carhart. 



IV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1805-1806. 
Senatorti 



Adams and Scioto— Thomas Kirker. 

Belmont — Joseph Sharp. 

Clermont— James Sargeant. 

Fiiirfield — Jacob Burton. 

Hamilton — Cornelius Snider, Stephen 
Wood. 

JefTerson and Columbiana — Jas. Pritch- 
ard, Benjamin Hough. 



-Joseph 



Ross. Franklin and Highland- 
Kerr, Duncan McArthur. 

Trumbull— George Tod. 

Warren, Butler, Montgomery and 
Greene — John Bigger, Jacob Smith. 

Washington. Gallia, Muskingum and 
Athens— Jos. Buell, Hallem Hemp- 
sted. 



70 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OY STATE. 



IV. GENERAL ASi^EMBLY— CJoDtinued. 
Representatives, 



Adams and Scioto— Daniel Collier, 
Abraham Shepherd, Philip Jjewis. 

Belmont — John Stewart, James Smith. 

Butler — James McGlure, Matthew Rich- 
ardson. 

Clermont — Jonathan Taylor. 

Columbiana— John McConnel. 

Fairfield — Philemon Beecher, Robert 
Cloud. 

Greene — John Sterritt. 

Hamilton — John Jones, Hezekiah Price, 
Adrian Hagerman. 



Jefferson — John Sloan, John McLaugh- 
lin, Thomas Elliott. 

Montgomery — William RobinsoD. 

MuskiDgum— James Clarke. 

Ross — James Dunlap, David Shelby, 
Abraham J. Williams, Elias Lang- 
ham. 

Trumbull — Homer Heine, James KiDgs- 
bury. 

Washington — Jamrs E. Phelps. 

Washington, Gallia, Muskingum and 
Athens — Elijah Hatch. 



V. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1806-1807. 



Senators, 



Adams and Scioto— Thomas Kirker. 
Belmont — Joseph Sharp. 
Clermont — James Sargeant. 
Fairfield— Elnathan Scofield. 
Hamilton — Stephen Wood, Wm. Mc- 

Farland. 
Jefierson and Columbiana — Benjamin 

Hough, John Taggart. 



Ros8, Franklin and Highland — Duncan 
McArthur, Abraham Claypbol. 

Trumbull and Geauga — Calvin Cone. 

Warren, Butler, Montgomery, Greene 
and Champaign— Jacob Smith, Rich- 
ard Tnomas. 

Washington, Gallia and Muskingum — 
Hallem Hempsted, Leonard Jewett. 



Representatives. 



Adams and Scioto— Abraham Shepherd. 

Philip Lewis, James Scott. 
Belmont — Josiah Dillon, John Stewart. 
Butler and Columbiana— Solomon Line, 

James Shields, John McConnel. 
Clermont— David C. Bryan. ^ 
Fairfield — Philemon Beecher, William 

W. Irwin. 
Green — Joseph Tatraan. 
Hamilton — Ethan Stone, John Jones, 

Hezekiah Price. 



Jefferson— Samuel Boyd, Thos. Elliott, 

John McLaughlin. 
Montgomery — Philip Gunckel. 
Ross, Franklin and Highland — James 

Dunlap, Nathaniel Massie, David 

Shelby, Abraham Williams. 
Trumbull and Geauga — John P. Bissell, 

James Kingsbury. 
Warren — Peter Burr, Matthias Corwin. 
Washington, Gallia, Muskingum and 

Athens— Levi Barber, Lewis Cass, 

William H. Puthoff 



VI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1807-1808. 



Senators, 



Adams and Scioto — Thomas Kirker. 

Belmont — Josiah Dillon. 

Clermont — David C. Bryan. 

Fairfield— Elnathan Scofield. 

Hamilton — Stephen Wood, Hezekiah 
Price. =^ 

Jefferson and Columbiana — John Mc- 
Laughlin, John McConnel.' 



> Contested and seat given jto Thomas Morris>. 
-Vice Jolin Taggart, resigned. 
*Vice Wm. McFarland, resigned. 



Ross, Franklin and Highland— Abra 

ham Ciaypool, Duncan McArthur. 
Trumbull and Geauga — Calvin Cone. 
Warren, Butler, Montgomery, Greene, 

Champaign and Miami — Kichard 8. 

Thomas, John Bigger. 
Washington, Gallia, Muskingum and 

Athens — Leonard Jewett, Jno. Sharp. 



(GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 
VI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— CSontinued. 



71 



Representatives, 



Adams and Scioto — Philip Lewi?, jr., 

Alexander Campbell, Andrew Ellison. 
Belmont— Wm Vance, John Patterson. 
Butler — Wm. Corry, James McClure. 
Clermont — John Pollock. 
Columbiana — John Sloane. 
Fairfield — Philemon Beecher, Wm. W. 

Irvin. 
Greene and Champaign — Jos. Tatmaii. 
Hamilton — Othniel Looker, Zebulon 

Foster, John Jones. 
Jef^rson — Benjamin Hough, Thomas 

Elliott, Thomas McCune. 



Montgomery — Daniel C. Cooper. 

Ross, Franklin and Highland — ^Thomas 
Worthington, Elias Langham, Jere- 
miah McLene, Wm Lewis. 

Trumbull and Geauga— Jno W. Seeley, 
Jas. Montgomery. 

Warren — Geo. Harlan, Matthias Corwin. 

Waf»hington, Gallia, Muskingum and 
Athens — John P. R. Bureau, James 
Paluer, John Matthews. 



VIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1808-1809. 
Senator.^. 



Adams — Thos. Kirker. 

Belmont — Josiah Dillon. 

Butler — Thos. Irwin. 

Champaign — Hiram Mirach C'lrry. 

Clermont — David C. Bryan. 

Columbiana — Lewis Kenney, jr. 

Fairfield — Jacob Burton. 

Fairfield, Licking and Knox — Elnathan 

Scofield. 
Franklin and Delaware — Joseph Foos. 
Gallia and Scioto — John P. R. Bureau. 
Geauga and Portage — David Abbott. 
Greene — Jacob Smith. 



|, Hamilton— Stephen Wood, Hezekiah 

j| Price. 

I Highland - Geo. W. Barrere. 

I JefTer>*on — John McLaughlin, Thomas 

I Elliott. 

Montgomery, Miami and Preble — Dan- 
iel C. Cooper. 
Muskingum and Tuscarawas — Robert 

McConnell. 
Ross — Duncan Mc Arthur, Henry Mas- 

sie. 
Trumbull — Calvin Cone. 
Warren — John Bigger. 
Washington and Athens — John Sharp. 



Repre^etx tntives. 



Adamp — Alexander Campbell, Andrew 
Ellison. 

Belmont — Joseph Sharp, Edward Bry- 
son, Isaac Vore. 

Butler — Jame!< Shields, William Mur- 
ray, James Heaton. 

Clermont and Champaign — Thos. Mor- 
ris, William Fee, Samuel McCulloch. 

Columbiana and Stark — Geo Clark, 
Wm. Barbau^h, John Crumbacker. 

Fairfield — Patrick Owings, Elijah B. 
Merwin 

Fraoklin nnd Delaware — John Blair. 

Gallia — Thomas Rodgers. 

Geauga — Nehemiah King. 

Greene — John McKnight. 

Hamilton — Othniel Looker, Wm. Perry, 
James Clark 

Highland — Joseph Swearingen. 



Jefferson— Jamex Pritchard, Thos. Mc- 
Cune, Samuel Dunlap, Stephen Ford. 

Licking and Knox — Alexander Holden. 

Muskingum and Tuscarawas — David J. 
Marple, James Clark. 

Montgomery and Preble — Ph Gunckel, 
Edmund Munger. 

Miami — Arthur Stewart. 

Portage — Abel Sabin. 

Ross — James Dunlap, Jesup N. Couch, 
Joseph Kerr, David Shelby, Samuel 
Monett. 

Scioto — Robert Lucas. 

Trumbull— Richard J. Elliott, Robert 
Hughes. 

Warren — Matthias Corwin, George Har- 
lan, John James. 

Washington and Athens — Wm. Wood- 
bridge, Leonard Jewett. 



ANNUAL KKPORT .-^ECRKTARV OF STATE. 



VIII. GENERAL ASSEIMULY-ISOS-ISIO. 



Senator.^. 



Adams — Thomas Kirker. 
Belmont — James Caldwell. 
Butler — Thomas Irwin. 
Champaign — Hiram Mirach Curry. 
Clermoni — David C. Bryan. 
Columbiana — Lewis Kinney. 
Fairfield, Licking and Knox — Jacob 

BurUm, Elnathan Scofiold. 
Franklin and Delaware — Joseph Foos. 
Gallia and Scioto — John P. R. Bureau. 
Geauga and Portage — David Abbott. 
Greene —Jacob Smith. 



Hamilton — Hezekiah Price, Stephen 

Wood. 
Hijih hind— George W. Barrere. 
Jefferson — J<»hn McLaughlin, Thomas 

Elliott. 
Montgomery, Miami and Preble — DauM 

C< oper. 
Muskingum and TuM'ar.'iwas — Robert 

McConnel. 
Ross— Duncan Mc Arthur, H Massie. 
Trumbull— Calvin Cone. 
Warren — John Bigger. 
Washington and Athens— L. Jewett. 



Representative^^. 



Adams — Alexander Campbell, Abra- 
ham Shepheid, William Russell.' 

Belmont — Joseph Sharp, Isaac Vore 
Josiah Dillon. 

Butler — J.^mes Shields, James Heaton, 
William Murray. 

Champaign — Samuel McCulloch. 

Clermt.nt — John Pollock, Amos Ellin. 

Columbiana and Stark — George Clark, 
John Cruinbacker, Wm. Harbaugh. 

Fairfield — Thomas Swearingen, Thomas 
Ijams. 

Franklin and Delaware — John Blair. 

Gallia— Pickett Marvin. 

Geauga — Am"8 Spofford. 

Greene — Joseph Tatman. 

Hamilton — Othniel Looker, Jas. Clark, 
William Ludlow. 

Highlnnd — John Gassett. 



Jefferson— James Pritchard, S. Dunlap, 
Stephen Fonl, Geo. Humphrey. 

Licking and Knox — W^m. Gass. 

Montgomery and Preble — Joseph H. 
Crane. Davicl Purviance. 

Miami— Fielding Lowry. 

Muskingum and Tuscarawas — George 
Jackwn, David J. Marple. 

Portage— Benjamin W^heaton. 

Ross— James Dunlap, Edward Tiffin, 
Nathaniel Massie, David Shelby, Jo- 
seph Gardner. 

Scioto— Daniel McKinney. 

Trumbull— Richard J. Elliott, Robert 
Hughes. 

Warren — Matthias Corwin, Michael H. 
Johnson, Jesse Xewf>ort. 

Was^hington and Athens — William R. 
Putnam, Simeon Pool. 



IX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1810-1811. 



Skmators, 



Adams — Thomas Kirker. 

Belmont — James Caldwell. 

Butler — Thomas Irwin. 

Champaign — Alexander McBeth. 

Clermont— Wm Fee.^ 

Columbiana and Stark — Lewis Kinney. 

Fairfield, Licking and Knox — Wm. 
Trimble, Robert F. Slaughter. 

Franklin, Delaware, Madison and Pick- 
away — Joseph Foos. 

Gallia and Scioto — John P. R. Bureau. 

Geaugo, Cuyahoga and Portage — David 
Abbot. 

Greene — John Sterrit. 



Hamilton — Othniel Looker. Aaron Go-. 

forth.' 
Highland — Samuel Evans. 
Jefferson — John McLaughlin. 
Montgomery, Miami and Preble — David 

Purviance. 
Muskingum, Tuscarawas and Guernsey 

— Robert McConnel, 
Ross — Robert Dunlap, Duncan Mc- 

Arthur. 
Trumbull— George Tod. 
Warren — John Bigger. 
Washington and Athens — Leonard 

Jewett. 



^Vlce Alexander Campbell, resigned. 
«Vice David C. Bryan, resigned. 



'Vice Stephen Wood, reslfnied. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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IX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1810-1811— Continued. 
Representativei*. 



Xd&ma — Abraham Shepherd, John W. 
Campbell. 

Belmont — Elijah Woods, Moses Moore- 
head, William Smith. 

Butler — James Heaton, James Clark, 
JohD C. Imlay. 

Champaign — Daniel McKinnon. 

Clermont — John Pollock, Thos Morris. 

Columbiana and Stark — John Cruiii- 
backer, Geo. Clarke, William Foulks. 

Fairfield — Thomas Ijama, Thoman V. 
Swearingen. 

Franklin, Madison, Delaware and Pick- 
away — John Barr. 

Gallia^Robert Safford. 

Geauga and Cuyahoga — Peter Hitch- 
cock. 

Greene — James Morrow. 

Hamilton — John Jones, Peter Bell, 
Samuel McHenry. 



Highland — Samuel R^es. 

Jefferson — SamM Dunlap, Stephen Ford, 
Andrew McNealy, James rritchard. 

Licking and Knox — Jeremiah R. Mun- 
son. 

Mi«nii— Fielding Lowry. 

Montgomery and Preble — George New- 
come, David Hoover. 

Muskinjrum, Tuscarawas and Guernsey 
—George Jackson, David J. Marple. 

Portage — Elia.s Harman. 

Ross— Edward Tiffin, Abraham Clay- 
pool. James Manary, Henry Brush, 
William Creiehton, jr. 

Scioto — Daniel McKinuey. 

Trumbull— Aaron Collar, T. G.Jones. 

Warren — Matthias Corwin, David Mor- 
ris, Nathan Kelly. 

Washington and Athens — William R. 
Putnam, Samuel P. Hildreth. 



X. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1811-1812. 
Senators. 



Adams — Thos. Kirker. 

Belmont — James Caldwell. 

Butler— Thos. Irwin. 

Champaign — Alexander McBeth. 

Clermont — Levi Rogers. 

Columbiana and Stark — Lewis Kinney. 

Fairfield, Licking and Knox — Robert 

F. Slaughter, Wm. Trimble. 
Franklin, Delaware and Madison — Jos. 

Fros. 
Gallia and Scioto — John P. R. Bureau. 
Geauga, Cuyahoga and Portage — David 

Abbot 

Greene — Jacob Smith. 



Hamilton— Elnaihan Stone, ^ Othniel 
Looker. 

Highland — Samuel Evans. 

Jefferson — Jas. Pritchard, Dan'l Welch. 

Montgomery, Miami and Preble — David 
Purviance. 

Muskingum. Tuscarawas and Guernsey 
— Robert 3IcConnel. 

Ross, Fayette and Pickaway — Duncan 
McAriliur, Jas. Dunlap. 

Trumbull— George Tod. 

W^arren — John Bigger. 

Washington and Athens — Wm. Wood- 
bridge. 



Representotirei*. 



Adams — John Ellison, jr., Wm. Russell. 

Ashtabula and Cuyahoga— SamM Hun- 
tington. 

Belmont— Jas Smith, Thos. Mitchell, 
Joseph Sharp. 

Butler — John C. Imlay, Wm. Ludlow, 
James Shieldh. 

Champaign — Samuel McCullough. 

Clermont — John Pollock, Thos. Morris. 

Columbiana and Stark — Wm. Foulks, 
John Crumbacker, Jacob Frederick. 

Fairfield — Thos. Ijams, Rich*d Hooker. 

Franklin, Delaware, Madison, and part 
of Pickaway — John Barr. 



Gallia — Thomas Rodgeis. 
Greene— John Mc Knight. 
Hamilton — Peter Bell, John Jones, Og- 

den Ross. 
Highland — James Johnston. 
Jefferson — George Day, Thomas Mc- 

Cune, James Ford. 
Licking and Knox — Wm. Gass. 
Miami— Joseph Evans. 
Montgomery — Abraham Edwards, Geo. 

Newcome. 
Muskingum, Tuscarawas, Guernsey and 

Coshocton — George Jackson, William 

Frame. 



^Vice Aaron Goforth. deceased. 



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X. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representative's. 



Portage — Elias Harman. 

Ross and Pickaway— Abraham Clay- 
pool, Wm. Sterrett, Samuel Monett, 
David Shelby, Thomas Renick. 

Scioto — Daniel McKinnev, sr. 

Trumbull— Thomas G. Jones, Samuel 
Bryson. 



Warren — Matthias Corwin, David Mor- 
ris, Jesse Newport. 

Washington ana Athens — Samuel P. 
Hiidreth, Jehiel Gregory. 



XI GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1812-1813. 



Senators. 



Adams — Thomas Kirker. 
Belmont — James Caldwell. 
Butler — Thomas Irwin. 
Clermont — Levi Rodgers. 
Columbiana, Stark and Wayne- l.ouis 

Kinney, Joseph Richardson. 
Fairfield— William Tiimble 
Franklin. Madis(m and Delaware— Jno. 

Barr. 
Gallia and Scioto— Thomas Rodgern. 
Geauga, Portage, Cuyahoga and Ashia- 

bula — Peter Hitchcock 
Greene and Clini^m — Jacob Smith. 
Guernsey, Tuscarawas and Coshocton — 

Epiiraim Sears. 



Hamilton — John Jones, Francis Mc- 
Cormick. 

Highland and Fayette— George W. 
Barrere. 

Jefferson— James Pritchard, James Mc- 
Millan. 

Licking and Knox — William Gavit. 

Miami and Preble — David Purviance. 

Montgomery — George Newcome. 

Muskingum — Robert McConnel. 

Pickaway — David Shelby. 

Rosks— Duncan McArthur, Jas. Dunlap. 

Trumbull— Calvin Pease. 

Warren — Thomas B. Van Horn. 

Washington — William Wowlbridge. 



Repre-^entntives. 



Adams — Jno. Ellison, jr., Wm. Russell. 
Ashtabnla, Geauga and Cuyahoga — 

Sam lel S. Baldwin. 
*Belmont — Josiah Dillon, Jacob Myers, 

Peier Yarnal. 
Butler — John C. Imlay, Charles Swear- 

ingen, James Shields. 
Champaign — Jos. Vance, Samuel New- 
ell. 
Clermont — Jno. Pollock, Geo. C. Light. 
Clinton — Laiah Morris. 
Columbiana— Jacob Bushong, George 

Brown. 
Delaware and Madison — James Curry. 
Fairfield — Richard Hooker, Nathaniel 

Wilson, sr., George Nye, sr. 
Fayette — Joseph Hopkins. 
Franklin — Gustavus Swan. 
Gallia — Lewis Summers. 
Greene — David Huston, 
Guernsey — Zaddeus A. Beatty. 
Hamilton — Peter Bell, Ogden Ross, 

William Cory. 
Highland — James Johnson. 
Knox — Samuel Kratzer. 



Jefferson — James Ford, (reo. Day, Geo. 

Humphrey. 
Licking — Edward Herrich. 
Miami — James Blue. 
Montgomery — Benjamin Archer, Jos. 

Pierce. 
Muskingum — John Hamm, Steph. C. 

Smith. 
Pickaway— Rich. Douglass, John Em- 

mett. 
Portage — Rial McAr hur. 
Preble — John Merony. 
Ross— Samuel Monett, Samuel Swear- 

ingen. 
Scioto — William Kendall. 
Stark and Wayne — Samuel Coulter. 
Trumbull — Samuel Brison, Benjamin 

Ross. 
TuHcarawas and Coshocton — Robert 

Giffin. 
Warren — John Welton, Michael H. 

Johnson. 
Washington and Athens— Jehial Greg- 
ory, Sardina Stone. 



(lEMEKAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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XII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1813-1814. 



Senators. 



Ad&akA — Thomaji Kirker. 

Belmont — Chas. Hammond. 

Champaign — Daniel McKinnon. 

Clermont — Thomas Morris. 

Columbiana, Stark and Wayne — Joseph 
Richard.son. Lewis Kinney. 

Fairfield— William Trimble. 

Franklin, Madison and Delaware — John 
Barr. 

Gallia and Scioto^Lewis Summers. 

Geauga, Portage, Cuyahoga and Ashta- 
bula — Peter Hitchcock. 

Greene and Clinton — ^.Tacob Smith. 

Hamilton — John Jones, Othniel Looker. 

Highland and Fayette— G. W. Barrere. 



Jefferson — James McMillen, John Mc- 
1 Laughlin. 
' Licking and Knox — Wm. Gavit. 

Miami and Preble — David Purviance. 

Montgomery — Abner Gerard. 

MnskinguDfi — Robert McConnel. 
I Pickaway — David Shelby. • 
I Ross— James Dunlap, Wm. Creighton, 
I sr. 
i Trumbull— Daniel Eaton. 

Tuscarawas, Guernsey and Coshocton — 
Joseph Wampler. 

Warren — John Bi^er. 

Washington and Athens— Wm. Wood- 
bridge. 



Representatives, 



Ashtabula, Cuyahoga and Geauga — J. 

H. Strong, William A. Harper - 
Adams — John Ellison, J. W. Campbell. 
Belmont — Moses Morehead, Amorose 

Danford. William Sinclair. 
Butler — Charles Swearingen, John C. 

Imlay, James Shields. 
Champaign — Joseph Vance, Hiram M. 

Curry. 
Clermont — John Pollock, John Boggess. 
Clinton — Samuel H. Hale. 
Columbitma — Thos. Rigdon, John G. 

Young. 
Delaware and Madison — James Curry. 
Fairfield. — Emanuel Carpenter, John 

Leist, Benjamin Smith. 
Fayettr — Samuel Myers. 
Franklin— Thomas Johnson. 
Gallia— Edward W. Tupper. 
Greene — David Huston. 
Goemsey — Thomas Henderson. 
Hamilton — Zebulon Foster, Peter Bell, 

Ephraim Brown. 
Highland — John Davidson. 



Jefferson and Harrison — Samuel Dun- 
lap, Stephen Ford. John Patterson. 

Knox and Richland — William Gas^. 

Licking — William Haines. 

Miami — Thomas W. Furnas. 

Montgomery — Geo rgeNewcorae, Daniel 
C. Cooper. 

Muskingum — Stephen C. Smith, Joseph 
K. McCune. 

Pickaway — John Emmett, Valentine 
Keffer. 

Portage — Rial McArthur. 

Preble — John Meroney. 

Ross — John McDougall, James Barnes, 
Isaac Dawson. 

Scioto— William Kendall. 

Stark and Way lc— Samuel Coulter. 

Trumbull — Beniamin Ross, S. Leuvitt. 

Tuscarawas and Coshocton — Wright 
Warner. 
j Warren — Matthias Corwin, Michael H. 

Johnson. 
I Washington and Athens — S. Stone, 
' Elijah Hatch. 



XIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1814-1816. 

Senators, 



Adams— Thomas Kirker. 
Belmont — Charles Hammond. 
Butler — Thomas Irwin. 
Champaign — David McKinnon. 
Clermont— Thomas Morris. 
Columbiana, Stark and Wavne— John 

Thompston, Joseph Richardson. ^ 
Fairfield— Wm. Trimble. 
Franklin, Madison and Delaware — Jos 

FoiM«. 



Gallia and Scioto — Robert Lucas. 

Geauga, Ashtabula, Portage and Cuy- 
ahoga — Peter Hitchcock. 

Greene and Clinton — Wm. Buckles. 

Hamilton — Othniel Looker, Jno. Jones. 

Highland and Fayette — G. W. Barrere. 

Jenerson and Harrison — Jno. McLaugh- 
lin, Samuel Dunlan. 

Licking, Knox and Richland — Wm. 
Gass. 



»Vlce Lewis Kinney, resigned. 



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XIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1814-1816— Continued. 

Senaton*. 



Miami and Preble — David PurviaDce. 
Montgomery — George Mewcome. 
Muskingum— Robert McCJonnel. 
Pickaway— David Shelby. 
Ro*8— James Dunlap, Wm. Creighton, 
Henry Buab.^ 



Trumbull— Turhand Kirtland. 
Tuscarawas, Guernsey and Coshocton — 



Warren — John Bigger. 
Washington and Athfrns — Wm. R. 
nam.^ 



Put- 



Reprenen tativex. 



Adams — Nathan Beanlev, John Ellison. 
Ashtabula, Geauga and Cuyahoga — Wil- 
liam A. Har|>er, Alfred Kelley. 
Belmont — .foseph Shar(>, Ekiward Bry- 

son, Thomas >Iajors. 
Butler — James Shields, Charles Swear- 

ingen, John C. Imlay. 
Champaign — Alexander McBeth, Sam'l 

Newell. 
Clermont — John Pollock, John Boggess. 
Clinton — Isaiah Morris. 
Columbiana — Thomas Rigdon, David 

Hannah. 
Delaware and Madison — James Curry. 
Fairfield— Benj. Smith, Rich'd Hooker, 

John Leist. 
Fayette — James Carothers. 
Franklin — Thomas Johnson. 
Gallia— Edward W. Tupper. 
Greene — David Huston. 
Guernsey — Thomas Henderson. 
Hamilton — Jacob Burnett, Ephraim 

Brown Peter Bell. 
Highland — John Davidson. 



I JeflferK)n — Jesse Martin, Stephen Ford, 

j Andrew McNeely. 

I Knox — Samuel Kratzer. 

I Licking — John Spencer. 

I Miami — Samuel Keil. 

I Montgomery — John H. Williams, Dan'l 

I Young. 

Muskingum — David Chambers, Stephen 
C. Smith. 
I Portage — Rial McArthur. 
! Pickaway — Valentine Keffer, James 
I Renick. 
i Preble — John Meroney. 

Ross — James Barnes, John McDougal, 

Samuel Swearingen. 
Scioto — David Mitchell. 
Stark and Wayne — William Henry. 
Trumbull— Wilson Elliott, James Hill- 
man. 
Tuscarawas and Coshocton — Charles 

Williams. 
Warren— Matthias Corwin, Michael H. 

Johnson. 
Wiishington and Athens — Jehiel Greg- 
ory, John Sharp. 



XIV, GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1815-1816. 
Senators. 



Adams — Abraham Shepherd. 

Belmont — John Patterson. 

Champaign — David McKinnon. 

Clermont — John Boggess. 

Columbiana, Stark and Wayne — ^John 
G. Younjf, John Thompson. 

Coshocton, Tuscarawas and Guernsey — 
Abraham Shane. 

Fairfield— Wm. Trimble. 

Franklin, Madison and Delaware— Jo- 
seph Foos. 

Gallia and Scioto — Robert Lucas. 

Geauga, Ashtabula, Portage and Cuya- 
hoga — Peter Hitchcock. 

Greene and Clinton — Wm. Buckles. 



Wice Wm. Creighton, resigned. 
'Vice Win. Gass. renigned. 



Hamilton — John Jones, Othniel Looker. 

Highland and Fayette — Samuel Evans. 

Jefferson and Harrison — John Mc- 
Laughlin. Samuel G. Berryhill. 

Licking, Knox and Richland — Wm. 
Gavit.3 

Miami and Preble — David Purviance. 

Montgomery — Daniel C. Cooper. 

Muskingum — Ebenezer Buckingham. 

Pickaway — David Shelby. 

Ross and Pike — James Dunlap, Benj. 
Hough. 

Trumbull— Eli Baldwin.* 

Warren — John Bigser. 

Washington and Atnens — John Sharp. 

sVice Will. Woodbridge, resigned. 
« Vice Tnrkaud Kirtland, resigned. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLlEr 



I i 



XIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives. 



AdaniH — John W. Campbell, Josiah 
Lockhart. 

Ashtabula, Geauga, Cuyahoea aod Hu- 
ron — Wm. A. Harper, Alfred Kelly. 

BelraoDt — David Wallace. James Smith, 
Thomas Majors. 

Butler —James Shields, Charles Swear- 
ingen, John Imlay. 

Champaign— Solomon McCuUoch, Jo- 
seph Vance. 

Clermont — John Pollock, Wm. Fee.^ 

Clinton — William R. Cole. 

Columbiana— Thomas Rigdon, Robert 
Stevenson. 

Delaware and Madison — James Curry. 

Fairfield — Benjamin Smith, Richard 
Hooker, John Leist. 

Fayette — Thomas McDonald. 

Fninklin — William Ludlow. 

Gallia— John P. R. Bureau. 

Greene — William Tat man. 

Guernsey — Thomas Henderson. 

Hamilton — Jacob Burnet, Peter Bell, 
Ephraim Brown. 

Highland — James Johnston. 



Jefferson and Harrison— Stephen Ford, 

Robert Patters*on, Andrew McNeely. 
Knox and Richland — Alexander En(»s. 
Licking — John Spencer. 
Miami — Robert Montgomery. 
Montgomery — George Newcomc, Geo. 

Grove.^ 
Muskingum — Robert Mitchell, Josepli 

K. McCune. 
Pickaway — Val. Keffer, John Emmitt. 
Portage — Moses Adams. 
Preble — Joseph C. Hawkins. 
Rops — Duncan Mc Arthur, Thos Scott, 

James Barnes. 
Scioto — David Mitchell. 
Stark and Wayne — John Harris. 
Trumbull — Samuel Bryson, William W. 

Cotgreve. 
Tuscarawas and Coshocton — Joseph W. 

Pignian. 
Warren — Matthias Corwin, Samuel 

Caldwell. 
Washington and Athens — Henry Jolly, 

Robert Linzie. 



XV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY- 1816-1817. 



Senators, 



Adnms — Abraham Shepherd. 
Ashtabula, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Huron 

and Portage — Aaron Wheeler, Al- 

iiion Rueglao. 
Belmont— John Patterson. 
Builer — Thomas Irwin. 
Cbnmpnign — Daniel McKinnon. 
Clermont — John Boggess. 
Columbiana — John G. Young. 
Fairfield— William Trimble. 
Franklin, Delaware and Madison — Thos. 

JohoHon. 
Gallia, Scioto, Pike and Jackson — Robt. 

Lucas. 
Greene and C.inton — Jacob Smith. 
Gaernsey, Tuscarawas and Coshocton— 

Abraham Shane. 



I Hamilton — Othniel Looker, Ephraim 

I Brown. 

' Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 

Hijrhland and Fayette — Samuel Evans. 
I Jetferson — John McLaughlin. 

Licking, Knox and Richland— Mordecai 
Bartley. 

Miami and Preble — Thomas W. Furnas. 

Montgomery — Daniel C. L;ooi>er. 

Muskingum— Ebenezer Buckingham, jr. 

Pickaway — David Shelby. 

Ro-js — Benjamin Hough, John Mc- 
Donald. 

Stark and Wayne — John Myers. 

Trumbull— John W. Seely. 

Warren — Thomas B. Van Horn. 

Washington and Athens— John Sharp. 



iCont^t<>d by Christian Miles, an elector, on the grounds of ho1din{( h lucrative office, as inspec- 
tor, and decided ineligible, December 8. Mr. Fee was again elected, and resumed his »eat January S, . 
1816. 

^Vice Isaac Burnett, resigned. 



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XV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
RepreserUativeff, 



Adams — Thomas Kirker, John Elliaon. 
Ashtabula, Geauga, Cuyahoga and 

Huron — Alfred Kelly, William Kerr. 
Belmont and Monroe — Cha^. Hammond, 

Thomas Townsend, Edward Bryson. 
Butler— James Shields, Daniel Milli- 

ken, Charles Hwearingen. 
Champaign — Hiram Curry, Samuel 

Henkle. 
Clermont — Henry Chapman, Gideon 

Minor. 
Clinton— James Harris. 
Columbiana — John Thompson, David 

Hannah, Jacob Roller. 
Delaware — Benjamin Carpenter. 
Fairfiold — John Leist. Jacob Claypool, 

Jacob Catherlin. 
Fayette — James Carolhers. 
Franklin — Thomas Moore. 
Gallia — David Boggs. 
Greene— James Moriow. 
Guernsey — C. P. Beaiiy. 
Hamilton — Arthur Henry, Daniel Hos- 

brook Benjamin M. Piatt. 
Harrison — William Moore. 
Highland— Allen Trimble. 



Jefferson— Jas. Wilson, Thos. Elliott, 

James Moo res 
Knox — Jonathan Miller. 
Licking — John Spencer. 
Madison — Isaac Miner. 
Miami — Asa Coleman. 
Montgomery — George Newcome, Geo. 

Grove. 
Muskingum— Robert Mitchell, Robert 

McConnel. 
Pickawav — John Barr, Wm. Florence. 
Pike and Jackson — Jared Strong. 
Portage — Darius Lyman. 
Preble — Josefth C. Hawkins. 
Richland — Samuel Wilson. 
Ri«ss — James Barnes, James Manary, 

William Vance. 
Scioto— Ezra Osborn. 
Stark — Michael Oswald. 
Trumbull — Homer Heine, Henry Lane. 
Tupcarawas and Coshocton— J. W. Pig^ 

man. 
Warren — M. H. Johnson, David Sutton. 
Washington and Athens -^ Sardina 

Stone, Robert Linzie. 
Wavne — Thomas McMillan. 



XVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1817-1818. 
Senators. 



Adams — Abraham Shepljerd. 
Ashtabula, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Huron 

and Portage — Almon Ruggles, Aaron 

Wheeler. 
Belmont and Monroe — John Patterson. 
Butler — Thomas Irwin. 
Cham paign — Daniel McKinnou. 
Clermont — John Pollock. 
Columbiana — John Thompson. 
Fairtield— Wm. Tiimble. 
Frjiiiklin, Delaware and Madison— 

Thos. .fohnson. 
Giillia, Lawrence, Scioto, Pike and 

Jjickson — Robert Lucas. 
Greene and Clinton — Jacob Smith. 
HHuiilton — Ephraim Brown, Geo. P. 

Torrence. 



Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 
Highland and Fayette — Allen Trimble. 
Jefferson — John McLaughlin. 
Licking, Knox and Richland — Mor- 

decai Bartley. 
Miami, Darke and Preble — Thos. W. 

Furnas. 
Monigomery — George Newcome. 
Muskingum — George Jackson. 
Pickaway — David Shelby, 
lioss — John McDonald, James Dun lap. 
Stark and Wayne — John Meyers. 
Trumbull — John W. Seely. 
Warren— Thos. B. Van Horn. 
Washington and Athens — Sardina 

Stone. 



Rej^resentatic&s, 



Adam-"— Wm. !\Iiddleton, Rob't Morri- 

H«n. 
Ashtjiltula. Geauga, Cu>ulioga and Hu- 

h»n — LertMs Dille, Levi Gaylord. 
n»-liin»ntan«l Monr. e — Chas. Hammond, 

(feorge Paiill, Wm. Dunn. 



Butler — Joel Collins, Robert Anderson, 
James Shields. 

Champaign — Jno. Inskip; Reuben Wal- 
lace. 

Clermont — Henry Chapman, Jno. Den- 
man. 



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XVL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued, 
Representatives. 



Clinton — James Harris. 

Columbiana — Jacob Roller, J^wis Kin- 
ney, Jose))h Richardson. 

Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Squire 
Humphrey. 

Darke and Miami — Asa Coleman. 

Delaware — Joseph En ton. 

Fairfield— Daniel Smith, Robert T. 
Slaughter, John Leist. 

Fayette — James Carothers. 

Franklin — Gustavus Swan 

Gallia and Lawrence — Ekiward Tupper. 

Greene — Joseph Tatman. 

Guernsey — Cyrus P. Beatty. 

Hamilton — Andrew Mack, Peter Bell, 
Samuel McHenry. 

HarriM>n — Williiini Moore. 

Highland — Joseph Swearingen. 

Jefferson — Thomas Elliott, Stephen 
Ford, Je*w» Martin. 

Licking— William W. Ciault. 

Madison — Isaac Miner. 



Montgomery — Greorge Grove, William 

George. 
Muskingum — Christian Spangler, Thos. 

Nisbet. 
Pickaway — Wm. Florence, Valentine 

Keifer. 
Pike and Ja^k^on — Jared Strong. 
Portage and Medina — Darius Lyman. 
Preble — Joseph C. Hawkins. 
Richland — James Hedges. 
llosH — William Vance, Duncan McAr- 

ihur, J-imes Mangey. 
Scioto — Ezra Osborn. 
Stark — Michael Oswald. 
Trumbull— Eli Baldwin, Edward Sco- 

field. 
Warren — Michael H. Johnston, Nathan- 
iel McLean. 
Washington and Athens — Nathaniel 

Hamilton, Sylvatius Ames. 
Wayne — Thomas McMillan. 



XVII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1818-1819. 



Senatorft. 



Adams and Brown — Nathan Beasley*. 
Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Huron 

and Portage — Aaron Wheeler, John 

Csimpbell. 
Belmont — John Patterson. 
Butler — Thomas Irwin. 
Champaign — George Fithian*. 
Clermont— John Pollock. 
Columbinna — J(»hn Thompson. 
Fairfielil, Perry and Hockinjr— Richard 

Hooker. 
Franklin, Delawaie and Madison — Jos. 

For>s. 
Gallia, Lawrence, Scioto, Pike and 

JackfOii — lIobtTt Lucas*. 
<jreei»f and Clinton — Wni. R Cole. 
Giiern!H?y. Tuscarawas and Coshocton — 

David Riibbl 



Hamilton -Geo. P. Torrence, Ephraim 

Brown. 
Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 
Highland and. Fayette— Allen Trimble. 
Jeflerson — John McLaughlin. 
Licking, Knox and Richland — John 

Spencer. 
Miami, Darke and Preble — Thomas W. 

Furnas. 
Montgomery — George Newcome. 
Muskingum — George Jackson. 
Pickaway— David Shelby. 
Ross — James Dunlap. Daniel Madeira. 
Stark and Wayne — Thomas G. Jones. 
Trumbull— Eli Baldwin. 
Wan en— Michael H. Johnson. 
Wa.sliington and Athens — Sard. Stone. 



Represen tatives. 



Adam- — Robert Morri8t)n, G R. Fitz- 
cerald. 

Ashtabula, Geauga, Cuyahoga and Hu 
run — Ebenezer Merry, Lewis Dillt*. 

Belmont and M«»nn)e— Charles Ham- 
mond. George Paull, William Dunn. 

Butler — Robert AndeisOii, Joel Collins, 
Wm. Murray. 

Champaign— Aaron L. Hunt, Reuben 
Wallace. 

«Vi<t; Abraham Shephcnl, rwlKiied. 
-Vice Dauiel McKinii»*ii. rt-slgiietl. 
=Vioe Joseph Wampler, reaijfin-d. 



Clermont — Henry Chapman, J. Shaw. 
Clinton — James Harrin. 
Columbiauc.- J<»«p|»h Richardscm, Wm. 

Foulka, James Roller. 
Delaware — Reuben Lanih. 
Fairfield— Danit'l Smith, John Leist, 

Jac(»b Claypnol. 
Fayette — Samuel Myer^. 
Franklin- John A McDowell 
I (Jallia — David Hoggs. 



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XVII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Oonunued. 



Greece— Stephen Bell. 

Guernsey — Thomas Hanua. 

Hamilton — Andrew Mack, Pelei Bfll, 
Samuel McHenry. 

Harrirton — William Moore. 

Highland — Joseph Swearingen. 

Jefferson — Stephen Ford. T. George, 
John Barrett. 

Knox — William W. Farqu^har. 

Licking — Anthony Pitzer. 

Madison — Isaac Miner. 

Miami and Darke— James Fergus. 

Montgomery — George Grove, William 
George. 

Muskingum— James Hami>.*on, J. Rey- 
nolds. 



Pickaw:iy — Valentine Keller, Samuel 
Ly brand. 

Pike and Jackson — William Givens. 

Portage— Jonathan Foster 

Preble — John PinkiTion. 

Richland — James Hedges. 

R<»-s— Jjimes S. *^wearingeD, Joseph ''^ill. 

Scioto — Ezra Osborn. 

Sunk — Michael Oswald. 

Trumbull — Henry Lane, E. Scofield. 

Tuscarawas and Coshocton — Joseph W. 
Pigman. 

Warren — Nathaniel McLean, D. Sut- 
ton. 

Washington and Athens — Sylvanus 
Ames, Joseph Balk^r. 

Wayne — Thomas McMillan. 



XVin. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1819-1820. 



Seiiatorf<. 



Adams — Wm. RusselL 

Ashtabula Geauga, Cuyahoga, Huron 

aiid Portage— John Cami'bell, Almon 

Rnggles. 
Belmont — David Jennings. 
Butler — Thomas Irwin. 
Champaign — George Fithian. 
Clermont— John Pollock. 
Columbiana — John Thompson. 
Fairfield — Richard Hooker. 
Franklin, Delaware and Madison— Jos. 

FooH. 
Gallia, Lawrence, Scioto, Pike and 

Jackson— Robert Lucas. 
Greene and Clinton— W^m. R. Cole. 
Hamilton — Ephraim Brown, Wm. H. 

Harrison. 
Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 

R€]jre»eniatire^. 



Highland and Fayette — Allen Tiirable. 

Jetlerson— John McLaughlin. 

Licking, Knox and Richland — John^ 

Sjiencei. 
Miami, Darke and Preble— Thomas W. 

Furnas. 
Montgomery — George Newcome. 
Muskingum — Samuel Sullivan. 
Pickaway — David Shelby. 
Ri-s— Daniel Madeira, Samuel Swear- 

ingen. 
Stark and Wayne — Tho*. G. Jones 
Trumbull— Eli Baldwin 
Tu>carjiwas, Guernsey and Ct»hocton — 

David Robb. 
Wan en — Nathaniel McLean. 
Washington and Athens — SardinaStooe 



Adams— Nathaniel Beasley, Robt. Mor- 
rison. 

Ashtabula, Geauga, Cuyahoga and Hu- 
ron — Alired Kelly, Ebenezer Merry. 

Belmont and Monroe — William Dunn, 
Thos Shannon, John Smith. 

Butler — Robert Anderson, Joel Co lins, 
James Shields. 

Champaign, Logan and Clarke — Joseph 
Vance, Reuben Wallace. 

Clermont — Alexander Campbell, David 
Morris. 

Clinton— James Hairis. 

Columbiana— Jos. Ric'ardson, Jacob 
Roller, Wm. Blackburn. 

Delaware — Joseph Eaton. 

Fairfield — Robert F. Slaughter, John 
Leist. 



Fayette — Jatne.* Carol hers 

Franklin — John A. McDowell 

Gallia Daniel Womeldorr. 

Greene — James Poperine. 

Guernsey — IsiUic Grummou. 

Hamilton— Peter Bell, William Cory, 
Sanjuel McHenry. 

Harrison — John Patterson. 

i I ighland — John Jones. 

Jefferson — John Barrett, Robert Gill- 
more. 

Knox — Royal D. Simmons 

Licking — Anth<my Pitzer. 

Madison — James Curry. 

Mian)i — James Fergus. 

Montgomery — J no. Harris,H. Si«»ddard. 

Muskingum — John Reynolds, 11. Mc- 
Connel. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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XVIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-Coutinued. 
Representative.^. 



Perry — Thomas King. 
Pickaway — Val. Ketfer, John Cochran. 
Pike and Jackr'ou — Jared Strong. 
Pv>rtage — Jonathan Foster. 
Preble — Cornelius Vanausdal. 
Richhmd — Samuel Berryhill. 
Rosd — Jos. Kerr, Isaac Cook, S. Tizziard. 
?5cioto and part of Lawrence — David 
Mitchell. 



Stark — Michael Oswald. 

Trumbull — Henry Lane, Henry Man- 
ning. 

Tuscarawas — George Richardson. 

Warren — Jolui Bigger, Geo. Keiiling. 

Washington and Athens — Ephraim Cut- 
ler, Elijah Hatch. 

Wavne — Thomas McMillan. 



XIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1820-1821. 



Senators, 



Adams — Wni. Russel. 

Ash tabu I a and Geauga — Aaron Wheeler. 

Belmont and Monroe — David Jennings. 

Brown — Nathaniel Beaslt* y. 

Butler — James Heaton. 

Clarke, Champaign, I^gnn and Wood — 

George Fithian. 
Clermont — John Pollock. 
Columbiana — John Thompson. 
Cuyaho;raand Humn — Alnion Ruggles. 
Fairfield— Elnathan Scofield. 
Franklin, Delaware, Madison and Union 

— Joseph Foos. 
Greene and Clinion — Wm. R. Cole. 
Hamilton — Ephraim Brown, Wm. H. 

Harrison. 
Harrison — James Roberts. 
Hic^hland and Fayette — Allen Trimble. 
Jefferson — John McLaughlin. 



Licking and Perry— John Spencer. 
Meiirs, Gallia and Jackson — Daniel 

Womeldorf. 
Miama, Preble. Darke and Shelby — 

Wm. L. Henderson. 
Monttijomery — George Newcome. 
Muskingum — John Matthew?.^ 
Pickaway — David Shelby. 
Portage and Medina — Jonathan Foster. 
Richland and Knox — Wm. Gass. 
Ross — Samuel Swearingen. 
Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — R. Lucas. 
Stark — Michael Oswald. 
Trumbull— Eli Baldwin. 
Tuscarawas, Guernsey and Coshocton — 

David Robb. 
W\arren — Nathaniel McLean. 
Washington, Morgan and Athens — Sar- 

dina Stone 



RejyrC'^cntativcs. 



Adams — Robert Morrison. 

Ashtabula — Levi Gaylord. 

Athens — Elijah Hatch. 

Belmont and Monroe — Chas. Hammond, 

William Dunn, Thomas Shannon. 
Brown — George Edwards, 
ihitler — Robert Anderson, Joel Collins, 

William Clarke. 
Champaign — James Cooley. 
Clarke — John Dougherty. 
Clermo i — Thomas Morris. 
Clinton — Jimes Harris. 
Columbiana — Josei h Richardson, Jacob 

Roller, .Jacob Brown. 
Coshocton— J:nnes Robinson. 
Cuyahoga— Lewis Dille. 
Darke and Shelby — James Mills. 
Delaware— Aaron Strong. 
Fairfield— William Trimble, Valentine 

Beber. 



FayeU? — Benjamin Hinton. 

Franklin — John R. Parish. 

Geauga — John Hubbard. 

Greene — Joseph .lohnson. 

Hamilton — Zacheus Biggs, Clayton 

Webb, Micajah T. Williams. 
Harrison — Ephriam Sear.s. 
Highland — Moses Patterson. 
Huron — Lyman Farwell. 
Jefferson — John Barrett, James Wilson. 
Knox — Royal D. Simmons. 
Lawrence, Scioto and Pike — Davicl 

Mitchell, Wm. Miller. 
Licking— William W. Gault 
Logan anrl Wood — John Shelby. 
Madison and Union — Isaac Miner. 
Meigs, Gallia and Jackson— Geo. House, 

Robert G. Hanna. 
Miami — John P. P^inley. 



iVici .Si3iuel SulHvan, resigned. 
8. 8. 



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XIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1820-1821— Continued. 
Representatives. 



Montgomery — John Steele, Jos. Van- 

derveer. 
Morjrnn and Washington — Alexander 

McConnell, Timothy Buell. 
Muskingum— Alexander Harper, Jos. 

K. McCune. 
Perry — Thomas King. 
Pickaway and Hocking — John Barr, 

Samuel Lybrand. 
Portfige and Medina — Jon.ithan Sloan, 

James Moore. 



Preble — John Saylor. 

Richland — Samuel G. Berryhill. 

Ross — Wm. Vance, John Bailbachr, 
John Entrekin. 

Stark — John Myers. 

Trumbull— Dan. Eiton, Elijah Whit- 
tlesey. 

Tuscarawas — George Richardson. 

Warren — John Bigger, Wm. C. Schenk. 

Wavne — Jacob Baker. 



XX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1821-1822. 



Senator.^. 



Adams — Thomas Kirker. 

Helnn nt — David Jennings. 

Brown — Nathaniel Beasley. 

Butler -James Heaton. 

C'hanijuii^^n, Clarke, 1-iOgau and Wood — 
Jame-j Cooley 

Clermont — Thomas ]Morris. 

(.-olumbiana — Giileon Hughes. 

Cuyahntra, Huiou and Sandusky— Al- 
fred Kelley. 

Fairfield— Elnathan Scofield. 

Franklin, Delaware, Madison and 
Union — Joseph Foos. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Samuel W. 
Phel|s. 

Greene and Clinton — William R. Cole. 

Guernsey, Coshocton and Tuscarawas — 
Wm. McGowan. 

Hamilton— Ephraim Brown, Benjamin 
M. Piatt. 

Harrison— James Roberts. 



Highland and Fayette — Allen Trimble. 
Jellerson — David Sloan. 
Licking and Perry — John Spencer. 
Meigs, Gallia and Jackson — Daniel 

Womeldorf. 
Montgomery — Wm. Blodget. 
Muskingum — Thomas Ijams. 
Pickaway and Hocking — John Barr. 
Preble, Miami, Darke and Shelby — 

Walter Buell. 1 
Portage and Medina — Jonathan Foster. 
Ifichland auH Knox — John Shaw. 
Ross — Duncan McArthur. 
Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — Robert 

Lucas. 
Stark — Michael Oswald. 
Trumbull — Eli Baldwin. 
Warren — Nathaniel Mclean. 
Washington, Athens and Morgan — 

Sardina Stone. 
Wayne — Thomas McMillan. 



Representatlvrs. 



Adams— George R. Fitzgerald. 
Ashtabula — Robert Harper. 
Athens— Elijah Hatch 
Behnont and Monroe — William Dunn, 

Alex. Armstrong, Thomas Shannon. 
Brown — George Edwards. 
Butler — Jas. Shields, Robert Anderson, 

Joel Collins. 
Champaign— Aaron L. Hunt.- 
Cla^kr John Dougherty. 
Clern:niit - Gideon Minor. 
Clinton — James Harris. 
Columbiana — Wm. Blackburn, Peter 

M us.se r, Daniel Harbaugh. 



Coshocton — James Robinson. 
Cuyahoga — Josiah Barber. 
Darke and Shelby— Jacob Miller. 
Delaware — Joseph Eaton. 
Fairfield— Robert F. Slaughter, George 

Sanderson. 
Fayette — James Carothers. 
P^ankliu — John R. Parish. 
Greene — William M. Townsley. 
Guernsey— Lloyd Talbott. 
Hamilton— Clayton Webb, Micajab T. 

Williams, John C. Short, 8am uel IL 

Miller. 
Harrison — John Patterson. 



H'icc Wm. L. Henderson, resigned. 
•Contested, and scat given to John L. Meredith. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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XX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representdtives. 



Highland — Richard Collins. 
Huron and Sandusky — David Ahhott.^ 
Jefierson — Jas. Wilson, Sam4 McNary. 
Knox — Roval D. Simmons. 
Licking— William W. Gault. 
Ix>gan and \Voo<l — John Shelbv. 
MadisDn and Union — William L*»wi'*. 
Meij^, Gallia and Jackson — Geo. House, 

David Boggs. 
Miami — Thomas W. Furnas. 
Montgomery — George Grove, Samuel 

Archer. 
Muskingum — Alexander Hvrper, Wm. 

H. Moore. 
Perry — Roswell Mills. 
Pickaway and Hocking— Caleb At- 

water,' Valentine Keffer. 



Portage and Medina— Jonathan Sloan, 
James Moore. 

Preble — Daniel Savler. 

Richland — James Hedges. 

Rosjs — Thos. Worthington, Wm. Vance, 
Archibald McLene. 

Scioto, Pike and T awronce — Caleb 
Hitchcock, Wm. Kendall. 

Stark — John Mver;*. 

Trumbull— Thds. Howe, Eli.«ha Whit- 
tlesey. 

Tuscarawas — George Richflrd^on. 

Warren — John Bijrpf»r, Thos. Corwin. 

Washington and Morpnn — Timothy 
Buell, William M. Dawe«. 

Wayne — Benjamin Jone.s. 



XXL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1822-1 S23. 
Senators. 



Adams — Thomas Kirker. 

Belmont — David Jennings. 

Brown — Alexander Campbell. 

Butler— James Heaton. 

Champaign, Logan and Wood— James 
Cooley. 

Clermont — Thomas Morris. 

Columbiana — Gideon Hughes. 

Cuyahoga, Huron and Sandusky — Al- 
fred Kclley. 

Fairfield — Elnathan Scofield. 

Franklin, Delaware, Madison and Union 
— Henry Brown. 

Geauga and Ashtabula— Samuel W. 
Phelps. 

Greene and Clinton — John Alexander. 

Guernsev. Coshocton and Tuscarawas — 
Wm. McGowan. 

Hamilton— Ephraim Brown, Benjamin 
M. Piatt. 

Harrison— Matthew Simpson. 



I Highland and Fayotte — Allen Trimble. 

I Jefrerson — David Sloan. 

! Licking an<l Perrv— Jncob Catterlin. 

Meigs, G;dlia and J sckson— Goo. House. 

Miami, Darke, Preble and Shelby — 
j Thomas W. Ftp na!-. 
|, Montgomery — Wm. Ble)flget. 
I ISIuskingum — Thomas Ijams. 
j Pickaway and Hock irijr— John Fkrr. 
I Portage and Medina — Jonathan Sloan. 

Richland and Kunx— .lohn Shaw. 

Ross^Duncan Mc Arthur. 

Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — William 
Kendall. 

Stark— Samiul Coulter, 

Trumbull — Samuel HrvFon. 

Warren — Nathaniel Mcl^ean. 

Washington. Athens and Morgan — 
dina Stone. 

Wayne — Thomas McMillan. 



Representatives. 



Adams — John Fisher. 

Ashtabula — Robert Harper. 

Athens — Elijah Hatch. 

Belmont and Monroe — Alexander Arm- 
strong, Wm. Dunn, Thos. Shannon. 

Brown— George Edwards. 

Butler— James Shields, James McBride, 
Joel Collins. 

Champaign — Benjamin Cheney. 



Clarke— John Dougherty. 
Clermont — John Mc Williams. 
Clinton — Samuel H. Halo. 
Columbiana — William Blackburn, Jos. 

Richardson, Daniel Harbaugh. 
Coshocton — James Robinson. 
Cuyahoga — Elias Lee. 
Darke and Shelby— Jameg Milla. 
Delaware — Leonard H 



iCk>nte8ted, and seat given to Lyman FarweU. 



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XXI. GENERAL i^SSEMBLY—Continued. 



Representatives, 



Fairfield — Geo. Sanderson, Jacob Clay- 
pool. 

Fayette — Robert Robinson. 

Franklin — David 8mith. 

Gallia, Meig?* and Jackson — Joseph \V. 
Ross, Jared Strong. 

Geauga— Samuel Wheeler. 

Greene — William Townsley. 

Guernsey — Isaac Grumniond. 

Hamilton — Bcnj. Ay res, Wrn. Disney, 
Samuel Roes, Micajah T. Williams. 

Harrison — William Wiley. 

Highland — Richard Collins. 

Huron and Sandusky — Eluthero?* Cook. 

Jefferson — Samuel McNarv, Jeremiah 
H. Hal lock. 

Knox — Hosmer Curtis. 

Licking — Aup;ustus MunM)n. 

Logan and Wood — John Shelby. 

Madison and Union — Nicholas Ihitha- 



way. 
Miami- 



-William Mendenhall. 



Montgomery — Henry Hacon, Benjamin 
Maltbie. 

Morgan and Washington — John Patter- 
son, Ephraim Cutler. 

Muskingum — Wm. H. Moore, Nathan 
C. Find lay. 

Perry — Roswell Mills. 

Pickaway and Hocking — Samuel Ly- 
brand, Valentine Ketler. 

Portaice ancl Medina — Geo. B. Depeys- 
ter. Joseph Harri-*. 

Preble — John Pinkenon. 

Richland — James Hedgfs. 

Rot»s — Thomas Worthington, Allison C. 
Looker, Anthony Walke. 

ScioiOjPike and Lawrence — Jno.Barnes, 
John D.tvidson. 

Stark — John Hoover. 

Trunibull — James Mackey, Cyrus Bos- 
worth. 

Tuscarawiis — Jacob Blickensderfer. 

Warrcr. — John Bigger, Thos. Corwin. 

W«yne — Cyrus Spink. 



XXII. GENERAL Ab'SEMBLV-1823-1824. 

Scmitorfi. 



Adams — Thomas Kirker. 

Athens, Morgan and Washington — Eph- 
raim Cutler. 

Belmont and Monroe — David Jennings. 

Brown — Alexander Campbell. 

Butler — James Heaton. 

Champaign, Logan, Clarke and Wood 
— George Fithian. 

Clermont — Owen T. Fishback. 

Columbiana — John Laird. 

Cuyahoga, Huron and Sanduskv — Jabez 
Wright. 

Fairfield — John Creed. 

Franklin, Madison, Union, Delaware, 
Marion and Crawford — Jas. Kooken. 

Geaugaand Ashtabula — Sani'l Wheeler. 

Greene and Clinton -John Alexander. 

Guernsey, Coshocton and Tuscarawas — 
Zacheihs A. Beatty. 

Hamilton — Ephraim Brown, Benj. M. 
Piatt. 



Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 

Highljind and Fayette — Allen Trimble. 

Jeirerstm — David Sloan. 

Licking and Perry— Jacob Catterlin 

Meigs, Gallia and Jackson — George 
House. 

Miami, Darke, Preble and Shelby — 
Thomas W. Furnas. 

Montgomery — George Newcome. 

]\Iuskingum — Ebenezer Buckingham. 

Pickaway and Hocking— David Shelby. 

Pori«ge and Medina — Jonathan Sloan. 

Richland and Knox— Wm. Gass. 

Rofcs— David Crouse. 

Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — Wm. Ken- 
dall. 

Si ark — Samuol Coulter. 

Trumbull — Samuel Bryson. 

Wavne — Thomas McMillan. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



So 



XXII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY—Coutinued. 



Adams — Henry Steece. 

Ashtabula — Neheniiah King. 

Athens— Ezra Hull. 

Belmont and Monroe— William Perrine, 
I^aac Atkinson, John Saterday. 

Brown — George Edwards. 

Butler — James Clark, David lligginn, 
Marsh Williams. 

Champaipcn — Benjamin Cheney. 

Clarke — Sam«on M:ison. 

Clermont — Wm. Williams. 

Clinton — Samnel II. Hale. 

Columbiana — Joseph Richardson, Jacob 
Roller, William Blackburn. 

Coshocton — Joseph W. Pigman. 

Cuyahoga — William Coleman 

Darke and Shelby — Alexander Smith.* 

Delaware — I^onard H. Cowles. 

Fairfiold — (teorge Sanderson, R. F. 
Slaughter. 

Fayette — Robert Robinson. 

Franklin — James Kilbourne. 

Crallia, Meigs and Jackson— Fuller El- 
liott, Jared Strong. 

Greene — William Townsley. 

Guernsey — Isaac Grumman. 

Hamilton— Samuel Reese, Wm. Dii^ney, 
Dan'l Hosbrook, Micajah T. Williams. 

Harrison — John Patterson. 

Highland — Richard Collins 

Huron and Sandu?>kv — Elutheros Cook. 



Representatives. 

I Jefferson — John M. Goodenow, Wm. 

I Lowry. 

; Knox— Royal D. Simmons. 

Licking — Au«rustine Munson. 

Logan and Wood — John Slu-IUy. 
\ Mndison and Union — R')bort Hume. 

Miami — Leander Munsell. 

Montgomery — Henry Bacon, J no. Har- 
ris. 

Morgan and Washington — Joliii Patter- 
! son, Wm. Skinnerr 
I MuskingUHJ — John C. Stockton, Jos. 
K. McCune. 

Perry — Ron well Mills. 

Pickaway and Hoiking — Valentine 
KefTer, Samuel Ly brand. 
I Portage and Medina- (ieo. B. Depeys- 
1 ter, James Moor«». 
I Preble — Jesse Paramore. 
I Richland — James Hedges. 

Ross— Allison C. Looker, E. King, Geo. 
I Nashee. 

jl Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — John 
I Barnes, John Davidson. 
j! Stark— John Hoover. 
I' Trumbnll — James Mackoy, Cyrus Bos- 
worih. 

TuHcarawas — Jacob Blickensderfer. 

Warren— John 31. Houston, David Sut- 
ton. 

Wayne— Robert McClarrcn. 



XXIIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

Senators- 



-1S24-1S25. 



Adams and Brown — Thomas Kirker. |I 

Ashtabul'i and GiMiuga — S. Wheeler. ' 
Belmont — David Jennings. !; 

Butler — Joel Collins. ij 

Clarke and Champaijrn — Geo. Fithian. !' 
Clermont— Owen T. Fish back. ! 

Columbiana-^Daniel Harbaugh. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — H. Laffer. 
Cuvahrijja, Huron and Lorain — Jabez 

Wright. 
Delaware, Marion and 'Sandusky — D. 

H. Ber.rd^ley. 
Fairfieltl — Jacob Clay pool. 
Franklin, Madison and Union — Joseph 

Foos. 
Gallia, Meigs and Jackson — D. Womel- 

dorf. 
Gree' e and Clinton — Samuel IT. Hale. 
Guernsey and Monroe — Zachariah A.i' 

Beatty. I' 

Hamilton— Clavton Webb, Nath. Guil- i 

ford.^ * h 

H;outc.stcrl, and seat uiven to James Ili'.ey. 
sVicc BenJ. M. Pialt. resigned, 
rontested. and scat given to Ilcnrj' Manning. 



Harrison- Matthew Simp*on. 

Highland and Fayette- Allen Trimble. 

Jefferson— David Sloan. 

Licking — Wm. Stansberry. 

Miami, Shelby, Logan, Hardin, Han- 
cock and Wood — Robert Young. 

Montgomery — (Jeorge Newcome. 

Muskingum — Ebenezer Buckingham. 

Perry and Morean— Jacob Catiorlin. 

Pickaway and Hocking--David Shelby. 

Pilce, Scioto and Lawrence — Robert 
Lucas. 

Portage and Medina — Aaron Norton. 

Preble, Darke, Mercer, Van Wert, Paul- 
ding and Williams— D. F. Heaton. 

Richland and Knox — William (Jass. 

Ross— David Crouse. 

Stark — John Augustine. 

Trumbull— Thomas D. Webb.= 

Warren — Samuel Caldwell. 

Washington and Athens — E. Cutler. 

Wayne — Edward Avery. 



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XXIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Adams — James Means. 

Ashtabula — Robert Hjirper. 

Athens — Edmund Dorr. 

Belmont — Jno. Davenport. T. Shannon. 

Brown — (leorge Edwards, J. Cochran. 

Butler — James Shield;*, David Higgins, 

Thos. Irwin. 
Champaijjn — Edward L. ^^lorgan. 
Clarke — John l>ougher!y. 
Clermont — Thomas ( Jatch, Andrew V. 

Hopkins. 
Clinton — Richard Fall is. 
Columbiana — Willijiin Blackburn, Wm. 

E Eussell, Geo. Brown. 
Coshocton — James Robinson. 
Cuyahoga and Lorain — Leonard Case. 
Delaware — Elias Murrav. 
Fairfield— John Lei-t, R. F. Slaughter. 
Fayette — Batieal HairiMui. 
Franklin — George W. Williams. 
Gallia, Meigs and Jackson— Joseph W. 

Ross, David Mitchell. 
Geauga — Jobn Hubbard. 
Greene — Joseph Kyle. 
Guernsey — Thomas Hanna. 
Hamilton— I^licajah T. Williams, Wm. 

Cary, Samuel Mc Henry. 
Harrison — William Wiley. 
Highland— Mo?es l\tUcrson. 
Huron — Almon Ruggks. 



Repr€scntativei<. 

;! Jefferson — Wm. Lowry, Wm. Hamilton. 
1 Knox — Thomas Rigdon. 
I Licking — Stephen C. Smith. 

Logan, Hardin, Hancock and Wood — 
John Shelby. 

Madi.'wn and Union — Philip I-«wis. 

Marion, Crawford, Seneca and San- 
dusky — Jeremiah Everett. 

Medina — Jacob W^ard. 

Miami, Shelby and Allen — J. McCorkle. 

Monroe — Isjiac Atkinson. 

Montgomery — G. B. H(dt, Jno. Turner. 

Morgan — Alexander McConnel. 

Muskingum — T. L. Pierce, Thos. Flood. 

Perry — Thomas King. 

Pike, Scioto and Lawrence — William 
Cullings, John Lucas. 

Pickaway and Hocking — Joseph Olds, 
Jacob Lindsey. 

Por;.ige — William Coolman. 

Preble, Darke, Mercer, Van Wert, 
Paulding, and Williams — J. M. Gray. 

Kichland — James Hedges, Ad;im Swan. 

Ross — T. Worthington, Isaac Cook. 

Stark— J. W. Lathrop, S. Coulter. 

Trumbull — Homer Heine, E. Brown. 

TuKcn ra was— Jacob Blickensderfer. 

Warren— Matthias Corwin, J. Bigger. 

W^ishington — John Cotton. 

Wayne— J. Frederick, J. Robinson. 



I 



XXIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-182.3-1826. 



Senators. 



Adams and Brown — Abraham Shepherd. 
Ashtabula and Geauga — Sam'l Wheeler. 
Belmont — John Davenport. 
Butler— Joel Collins. 
Clarke and Oliampaign — James Cooley. 
Clermont — Thomas Morris. 
Columbiana — Wm. Blackburn. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Henry 

Laflfer. 
Cuyahoga, Huron and Lorain — Reuben 

Wood. 
Delaware, Marion and Sandusky — David 

H. Beardsley. 
Fairfield — Jacob Clay pool. 
Franklin, Madison and Union — Joseph 

Foos. 
Greene and Clinton — Samuel H. Hale. 
(Guernsey and Monroe— Thon'as I lanna. 
Hamilton — Clayton Webb, Naihauiel 

G. Pendleton." 
Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 
Highland and Fayette — Allen Trimble. 

iVice Aaron Norton, deceased. 



Jackson, Gallia and Meigs — Daniel 
Womel(l<»rl. 

JelI(?rson — W^m. Lowry. 

Licking — Wm. Stanberry. 

Miami, Shelby, Allen, Lojan, Hardin, 
Wood an<i Hancock — Robert Young. 

Montgomery— Stephen Fales. 

Muskingum — Wyliys Silliman. 

Perry and Morgan — Roswell Mills. 

Pickaway and Hocking — John Barr. 

Portage and Me«lira — Elkanah Rich- 
ardson.' 

Preble, Darke, Mercer, Van Wert. Pauld- 
ing ari«l Williams — David F. Heaton. 

Richland and Kno.x — Daniel S. XortOD. 

Ross — Samuel Swearingen. 

."^tark — John Augustine. 

Trumbull — Henry Manning. 

W'arren — Samue! Caldwell. 

Wa*<hingt(jn and Athens — Ebenezer 
Currier. 

Wayne — Edward Avery. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 

XXIV. GENERAL AjjSEMBLY— Conlinued. 



Representatives, 



Adams — John Means, James Rodgers. 

Ashtabula — Robert Harper. 

Athens — Robert Linzee. 

Belmont — Wni. Perrine. Wm. Dunn. 

Brown — Thomas L. Hamer. 

Butler — David Higgms, James Heaton, 

Daniel Woodmausee. 
Champaign — Samuel McCord. 
OLirke — James Foley. 
Clermont — Thomas * Gatch, John K. 

Morris. 
Clinton— Richard Falls. 
Columbiana — William E. Russell, Geo. 

BrowD, Joab Gaskill. 
Coshocton — Charles Williams. 
Cuyahoga and Lorain — Leonard Case. 
Delaware — Pardon 8prague. 
Fairfield — George Sanderson, William 

W. Irwin. 
Fayette — Thomas McGarraugh. 
Fninklio — George W. Williams. 
Gallia, Meigs and Jacks.m — Joseph W. 

Ross, Samuel Holcomb. 
Geauga — John Hubbard. 
Greene — James B. Gardiner.^ 
Guernsey — William Thompson. 
Hamilton — Elijah Hayward, Charles G. 

Swain, Samuel Mc Henry. 
Harrison — William Wiley. 
Highland — Moses Patterson. 
Holmes— Samuel S. Henry. 
Hucon — Eieutheros Cook. 
Jefferson — Wm. Hamilton, Humphrey 

H. Leavitt. 



Knox — Ji)lin Shaw. 

Licking — 15rii(lley Buckingham. 

Luj^an, Hardin, Hancock and Wood — 

John i^hclbv. 
Madifton and Union — Phillip Lewin. 
Marion, i rawlord, Seneca and Sandusky 

— Josiah Hedge.s. 
Mediria — James Moore. 
Miami, Shelby and Allen — Jas. Fergus. 
Mont[:omery— Geo. B. Holt, Jonathan 

Har.shman. 
Monroe — Cornelius Okey. 
Morgan — Alexander McConnel. 
Muskingum — Thomas L. Pierce, James 

Hampson. 
Pauhlinir, D.irko, Mercer, Van Wert 

and Williams — James Mills 
Pei ry — John 15 Orton. 
Pickiiway and Hocking — Jacob Lindsey, 

Joseph Old."*. 
Pike, Scioto and Lawrence — William 

Kenchill. 
Por lage — William Cuohnan. 
Preble — John M. Gray. 
Richland — Jnmes Hedges, Jas. Henry. 
Ross — Ed waul King, I»aac Cook. 
S.jirk — James W. Lath rop, Geo. Plbuts. 
Trumbull — Ephriam Brown, Eli Bald- 
win. 
Tuscarawas — Chrisiian DcardorfT. 
Warren — John Bigger, Geo. .J. Smith. 
Washington — William R. Putnam. 
Wavne — Jacob Frederick. 



^ Mr. Gardiner's seat was contestHd, on tho groumls that he h.i 1 "j)ublishe<l ami circuhiit"! a 
certain hand-bill, addressed to the irtrc mid indLpoiidfUt voters of (xrccne couiitj'," baarinj; dale Sep- 
tember 7. 1S25, in which, amon.? other things, the siii<l .Tames li. Gardiner did promise to the electors of 
the county of Greene, that If elected t-* a seal in the Ilfnise of ll.'pic<eiitHiives, he wotiid n>e his best 
exertions to have "the obnoxious and inKoosiimuoiial comprnsaiion law rf^Kjaled'. and the \va.re.s 
reduced to two dollars; but ihut if his exenions should prove nuMvailiiiK, ho would then draw ilio 
odd dollar per day from the treasury, and as soon as lie returned home, he would deposit it with the 
county commissioners for the use of tlie people of Greene couniy. 

The Committee on Privileges and Kleetion«, Deeeiuber 10, reported that "this promise did province 
an effect upon the electors of Greene county favorable to the elfcliou of the s lid James 13. Gardiner." 
and ri-commended the adoption o I the folit»win^ resoluiioii. which wa> alopted by ii voie()f yeas 44, 
nays 'i5. viz.: "Resolved, That James B, Ganliwer is not entitled to a Sx^ai in tlie General Assembly of the 
state of Ohio, as a representative from the county of Greene, and th «t ne is incapable of holding a 
•^At in the Hou^e of Repn.'seutativ»H for two years : " whereupon th« speaker declare*! the seat vacant. 
On December 12, Mr. MeConl moved to ree )usider iho aeii(u; oi the Hi)use, so far a-i it iirohibiied 
Gardiner from holding a seal in the Iieiii-;lalure for two years, whicli was asreivi to — yeas 4s, uays 
lb; and the resolution dlsqualliyiiig the member lor two ye ir-* was iutbiluitely p »stpoue'l. On Janu- 
ary 2, Mr. Sanderson presented the e-riilicate «)f election of Jamos B. Gardiner, returned a member 
from Greene county. Whereupon Mr. Kendall pres;'uted a preamble, selling iorih that the Cunslliu- 
tiou declared that "any person who jshall directly or indii'^Hiily give, promise, or bestow any r-ward to 
t>eelect«'d, shall theivby t)e rendere<i incapable for two years to .serve in the olhcc foi wliich h" is 
elected," and that the seat of James B. Gardiner, heretofore returned a member irom the county oi 
Greene, was, on the lOth tla** of Det:ember last pisi declared by thia House to bj vacant by reason that 
«aid Gardiner, at and previous to the election in October U«t h*** **-*-" -"Uty of a violation of the 
above provision of tlie ('i>u.'%titution, and is, thcretore, »»"*^ '^•nh it declar^-s. 

Thereupon a resolution was adopted by 43 ye*- * ''^rdiuer was 

ihli lime incapable to serve as a reproeutalive I" 



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XXV. GENERAL AS-^KMBLY -1S20-1S27. 



Scnnlon 



Adams and Brown — Abraham Shepherd. 
A^luabula and Geauga — Sam'l Wheeler. 
Belmont- -John Davenport. 
Butler— Joel Collins. 
Chami aign and Clarke — John Daugh- 

erty.^ 
Clermont — Thomas Morris. 
Clinton and Greene — Jas. B. Gardiner. 
Columbiana — Wm. Blackburn. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Sam'l Lee. 
Cuvahoga, Huron and Lorain— Reuben 

Wood. 
Delaware, Marion, Crawford, Seneca 

and Sandusky — James Kooken. 
Fairfield — Robert F. Slaughter. 
Franklin, Madison and Union — Joseph 

Foos. 
Gallia, Meigs and Jackson — Geo. House. 
Guernsey and Monroe — Thos. Hanna. 
Hamilton — Nathaniel G. Pendleton, 

Stephen Wood. 
Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 
Highland and Fayette — John Jones.^ 



Jeller.-on — William Lowrv. 

Licking— Wm. W. Gault. 

Miami, Logan. Shelby and Wood — 

Daniel M. Workman. 
Montgomery — Stephen Fales. 
Muskingum — WyllyRSilliman. 
Perry and Morpm — John Beckwith.^ 
Pickaway and Hocking — John Barr. 
Portage and Medina — Jonathan Sloan. 
Preble, Darke, Mercer, Van Wert, 

Paulding and Williams — John G. 

Jamison. 
Richland and Knox — Daniel S. Norton. 
Ross — Samuel Swearingen. 
Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — Robert 

Lucas. 
Stark — John Augustine. 
Trumbull — Eli Baldwin. 
Warren — Jacob D. Miller. 
Washington and Athens — Elxjnezer 

Currier. 
Wayne and Holmes — Edward Avery.* 



Rc}}rci<cntatlves. 



Adams — John Patterson. 

Ashtabula — Joshua R. Giddings. 

Athens — Robert Linzee. 

Belmont — Wm. Dunn, Eli Nichols. 

Brown — John Cochran. 

Butler— James Shields, David Higgins, 
Daniel Woodmansee. 

Champaign — Benjamin Cheney. 

(.'larke — John A. Alexander. 

Clermont— Thos. Gatch, Owen T. Fish- 
back. 

Clinton — Benjamin Hinkson. 

Columbiana — Fisher A. Biockson, John 
Hessin, Do L'>rma Brook.s. 

Cuyahoga and Lorain — Leonard Case. 

Delaware — Pardon Sprague. 

Fayeito — Thomas McGanaugli. 

Fairli«ld — William W. Irvin, Samuel 
Spangler. 

Franklin— David Smith. 

(rallia, Meigs and Jackson — Dan'l Hofl- 
man, Stephen Strong. 

Oeauga — John JI ubbard. 

Greene — Robert Dobbins. 

<inern-oy— JaiJie.s ^L Bell. 

Hamilton — Elijah Hay ward, ( 'harles G. 
Swain, William Corry. 



Harrison — John Patterson. 

Highland — Moses H. Kirby. 

Holmes — Samuel S. Henry. 

Huron — David C/ampbell. 

,Tefft*rson — John McLaughlin, Jaa. Ross 
Wells. 

Knox — William Rok'^on. 

Licking — Stephen C. Smith. 

Lojran, Hardin, Hancock and Wood — 
.John Shelby. 

Madison and Union — Philip Lewis. 

Marion, Crawford, Seneca and Sand us- 
kv-Eber Baker. 

Medina — Philo Welton. 

]\riami, Shelby and Allen— James Fer- 
gus. 

Monroe — Thomas Weston. 

Montgomery— Alex. Grimes, Michael 
Crunkle. 

.Morgan — Alexander McConnel. 

Muskingum — Thos. Flood, .las. Hamp- 
son. 

Perry— John B. Orton. 

Pickaway and Hocking — Jacob Lind- 
sey, Guy W. Doan. 

Pike. Scioto and Lawrence — Jno. Da- 
vid. son, Israac Bonsor. 



'Vico James Cooley, resii^ncM. 
-Vi<'e Allen Trimble. re.sJjjiio'!. 
-Vice Ro*i\vell Mills. (]«!ccu.se<j. 
<C(mtesled. und sent given to Joseph II. Larwell. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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XXV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY- Continued. 
Repret<entailv€s. 



Portage — William Cool man. 

Preble, Panlding, Darke, Mercer, Van 

WVrt and Williams — David Piirvi- 

ance. 
Richland — Adam Swan, 'James Henry. 
Ros.s — Edward King, Duncan McAr- 

thur. 



Stark — Jas.W. Lathrop, Sam'l Coulter. 
Trumbull — Henry Lane, Roswell Stone. 
Tnscnrawap — Samuel Dnnlap. 
Warren — George J. Smith, Jno. P. Hop- 
kins. 
Washington — William R. Putnam. 
Wayne — David McConahay. 



XXVL GENERAL ASSEMBl.Y— 1827-1828. 



Senators. 



Adams and Brown — John Fisher, 
lielmont — Wm. B. Hubbard. 
Butler — Joel Collins. 
ChamTmigu and Clarke — John Daugh- 

erty. 
Clermont — Thomas Morris. 
Clinton and Greene — Jas. B. Gardiner. 
Columbiana — Wm. Blackburn. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Samuel Lee 
Cuvahoga, Lorain and Huron — Reuben 

VVood. 
Delaware. Marion, Seneca, Crawford 

and Sandusky — James Kooken. 
Fairfield— Robert F. Slaughter. 
Franklin, Madison and Union — .Joseph 

Foo?. 
Gallia, Meigs and .Jackson — Geo. House. 
Geauga andAsh tabula — Sam'l Wheeler. 
Guernsey and Monroe — David Robb. 
Hamilton— Steph. Wood, Andrew Mack. 
Harrison — Matthew Simpson. 
Highland and Fayette — John. Jones. 



JeJOferson — Humph rev H. Leavitt. 

Licking— Wm. W. Gault. 

Miami, Locan, Shelby and Wood — Dan- 
iel M. Workman. 

Montgomery— Georjre B. Holt. 

Muskingum — John Hamm. 

Perry and Morgan — John Beckwith. 

Pickaway and Hocking — Joseph Olds. 

Portage and Medina — Jonathan Sloan. 

Preble, Darke, Mercer, Van VV^ert, 
Paulding and Williams — Jno G. 
Jameson. 

Richland and Knox — William Gass. 

Ross — Samuel Swearingen. 

Scioto, Pike and Lawrence — Robert 
Lucas. 

Stark — John Augustine. 

Trumbull— Eli Baldwin. ' 

Warren — Jeremiah Morrow.^ 

Washington and Athens — Wm. R. Put. 
nam. 

Wayne and Holmes — Joseph H.Larwell- 



Rcprc-^inxtatives, 



Adams — William Robbins. 

Ashtabula- Samuel Lee. 

Athens — Calvary Morris. 

Belmont — James Wier, Crawford Welch. 

Brown — .Tohn Cochran, Geo. Edwards. 

Butler — James Shields, Daniel Wood- 

mansee, James Heaton. 
Champaign — Samuel McCord. 
Clarke — James Foley. 
Clermont — Thomas Gatch, John Shaw. 
Clinton — Benjamin Hinkson. 
Columbiana— Fisher A. Blockson, El- 

derkin Porter, Robert Forbes. 
Coshocton — John Smeltzer. 
Cuyahoga and I^rain— Josiah Harris. 
Darke, Mercer and Williams — Joel 

Wood. 
Delaware — Pardon Sprague. 
Fairfield — Wm. W.Irvin, Samuel Spang- 

ler. 



Fayette — Thomas McGarraugh. 
Franklin — Thomas C, Flournoy. 
Gallia, Meigs and Jnckson — Andrew 

Donnellv, George I^urris. 
Geauga — Charles C. Paine. 
Greene — Robert Dobbins. 
Guernsey — James M. Bell. 
Hamilton — Elijah Hayward, Peter Bell, 

John C. Short. 
Harrison — John Patterson. 
Highland — Moses H. Kirby. 
Holmes — John Glasgow. 
Huron — David Campbell. 
Jefferson — Sam. McNary, Jas. Mitchell. 
Knox — Thomas Rigdon. 
Jjicking — W^illiam Hull. 
Logan and Wood — John Shelby. 
Madison and Union — Reuben P. Mann. 
Medina — James Moore. 
Miami and Shelby — Wm. Fieldimr- 



1 Vice Jacob D. Miller, deceased. 



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XXVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives. 



Monroe — Thomas Weston. 
Montgomery — Alexander Grimes, Robt. 

J. ^Skinner. 
Morgan— Edwin Corner. 
Muskingum — James Hampson, John C. 

►Stockton. 
Perry — James Patterson. 
Pickaway and Hocking — Francis S. 

Muhlenburg, Valentine Ketfer. 
Pike, Scioto and Lawrence — Isaac 

Bonsor.* 
Portage — Wm. Cool man, jr. 



Preble— David F. Heaton. 

Richland— James Heney, Jas. Hedges. 

Ross — Eklward King, Anthony WaHce. 

Sandusky, Seneca, Crawford and Ma- 
rion — Samuel M. Lock wood. 

Stark— Jiis. W. Lathrop, Robt. McCall. 

Trumbull— Titus Brockway, William 
Repley. 

Tuscarawas — Samuel Dunlap. 

Warren — Geo. J. Smith, John Hopkins. 

Washington — Arius Nye. 

Wayne — David McConahay. 



XXVIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1828-1829. 

Senators, 



Adams and Brown — John Fisher. 
Belmont — Wm. B. Hubbard. 
Butler — Daniel Woodmansee. 
Champaign and Clarke — John Daugh- 

erty. 
Clermont — Thomas Morris. 
Clinton and Greene — Samuel H. Hale. 
Columbiana — William Blackburn. 
Coshocton, Tuscarawas and Holmes — 

Charles Miller. 
Cuvalu)ga, Lorain and Medina— Reuben 

Wood. 
Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Chas. 

Car|)enter. 
Fairfield — Robert F. Slaughter, 
(lallia and Meigs — Robert Safford. 
Geauga and Ashtabula— Sam*l Wheeler. 
Guernsey and Monroe — David Robb. 
Hamilton — Andrew Mark, Jonathan 

Cilley. 
Harrison — Daniel Kilgore. 
Highland and Fayette — John Jones. 



Huron, Sandusky, Seneca, Wood and 

Hancock — David Campbell. 
Jefferson — Humphrey H. Leavitt. 
Licking— Wm. W. Gault. 
Logan, Shelby and Madison— William 

Fielding. 
Montgomery and Miami— Geo. B Holt. 
Muskingum — John Hamm. 
Perry and Morgan — John Beckwith. 
Pickaway and P'ranklin — Joseph Olds. 
Portage — Darius Lyman. 
Preble, Darke, Mercer, Williams, Pauld- 

ingantl Van Wert — David F. Heaton. 
Richland and Knox — William Gass. 
Ross — Samuel Swearingen. 
Scioto, Pike, Jackson and Lawrence — 

Wm. Kendall. 
Stark — John Augustine. 
Trumbull— Thomas D. Webb. 
Warren— Samuel Caldwell. 
Was<hington, Athens and Hocking — 

Wm. R. Putnam. 
Wayne — Joseph H. La r well. 



Representatives, 



Adams — John Patterson. 
Ashtabula — Lenmol Lee. 
Athens and Hocking — Calvary Morris. 
Belmont — Crawford Welsh, Wm. Dunn. 
Brown— ThosL. Hamer. John Cochran. 
Butler— Fergus Anderson, John Crane. 
Champaign— .John Wallace. 
Clarke — James Foley. 
Clermont — John Shaw, John Emery. 
Clin Km — Thomas Hibben. 
Columbiana— Elderkin Potter, James 
Early, Nathaniel Meyer. 



Coshocton — John Smeltzer. 

Cuyahojfa — John W. Willey. 

Darke, Mercer. Allen, Putnam, Henry, 

Paulding and Williams— M. T. Mills. 
Delaware— Milo T. Pittibone. 
Fairfield — Sam'lSpangler, Jno. Chaney. 
Fayette — Batteal Harrison. 
Franklin — Jos. Ridgway,Dan'l Upson. 
Geauga — Chas. C. Paine, Sam*l Butler. 
Guernsey — James M. Bell. 
Greene — David Huston. 
Hamilton — Elijah Hayward, Robert T. 

Lytle, Alexander Duncan. 



1 Contestc<l, and seat given to bamucl Crull. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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XXVII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives. 



Harrison — John Patterson 

Highland — Moses Patterson. 

Holmes — John C Siewart. 

Huron — Daniel Tilden. 

Jefferi*on — S.im'I McNary, Jus. Mitchell. 

Knox — Chas. Culerick, Byron Leonard. 

Lawrence and Scioio— Joseph Davidson. 

Licking — Jac4)b Baker. 

Lo^an, Madi:?on, Union and Hardin — 

Reuben P. Mann. 
Marion and Crawford — John Carey. 
Medina and Lorain — Josiah Harris. 
Meigs and Gallia — Andrew Donnelly. 
Miami and Shelby — John McCorkle. 
Monroe — Cornelius Okey. 
Montgomery — Alexander Giiiues, Jas. 

Rus^ll. 
Morgan — Alexander McConnell. 



Mu8kin<]jum — Wyllys Silliman, David 

Chambers. 
Perry — Benjamin Eaton. 
Pickaway — Valentine Keffer. 
Pike and Jackwjn — Alexander Miller. 
Portage — Van R. Humphrey. 
Preble-John M. U. McNutt. 
Richland — Robert Bcntley. 
Ross — Edward King, Anthony Walke. 
Sandusky, Seneca, Wood and Hancock 

— Sam uel 1 -.. Lock wood . 
Siark — Jehu Grubb 
Trumbull — Tiius Brockway, William 

Ripley. 
Tu^carawas — Samuel Dunlap. 
Warren — Benj. Baldwin, Jas. McEwen. 
Washington — Arius Nye. 
Wayne — * David McConahay, John 

Lorah. 



XXVIIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1829-1830. 



Senators. 



Adams and Brown — John Cochran. 

Athens, Washington and Hocking — Cal- 
vary Morris. 

Belmont — ^Thomas Shannon. 

Butler — Daniel Woodmansee. 

Clarke and Champaign — Samson Mason. 

Clermont — William Way land. 

Clinton and Greene — Samuel H. Hale. 

Columbiana — William Blackburn. 

Co-'hocton, Tuscarawas and Holmes — 
Charles Miller. 

Cuvalioga, Lorain and Medina — Reuben 
Wood. 

Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Chas. 
Carpenter. 

Fairfield— Robert F. Slaughter. 

Franklin and Pickaway — Joseph Olds. 

Gallia and Meigs — Robert Saflbrd. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Eliphalet Aus- 
tin. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Thos. Weston. 

Hamilton — Jonathan Cilley, Ethan Al- 
len Brown. 

Harrison — Daniel Kilgore. 



Highland and Fayette — Moses Caroth- 

ers. 
Huron, Sandusky, Wood, Seneca and 

Hancock — David Campbell. 
Jefferson — Henry Swearingen. 
Knox and Richland — Thomas Rigdon. 
Licking — Wm. W. Gault. 
Lojran, Shelby, Union and Madison — 

Wm. Fielding. 
Montgomery and Miami — Morris Seeley. 
Muskingum — John Hamm. 
Perry and Morgan — xVlexander McCon- 

nel. 
Portage — Darius Lyman. 
Preble, Darke, Mercer and Williams — 

David F. Heaton. 
Ross — Duncan McArthur. 
Scioto, Pike, Jackj?on and Lawience — 

Robert Lucas. 
Stark — John Augustine. 
Trumbull— Thomas D. Webb. 
Warren — Samuel Caldwell. 
Wayne — Benjamin Jones. 



Representatices. 



Adams— John Patterson, A. Moore. 
Ashtabula — Jonathan Higby, Amos 

Fisk. 
Athens and Hocking — John Gilmore. 
Belmont — Crawford Welsh, Jas. Weir, 

Andrew Patterson. 



Brown — Thomas L. Hamer. 

Butl'.'r — Fergus Anderson, Benjamin 

Vangordon. 
C^hampaign — John Wallace. 
Clarke — Charles Anthony. 
Clermont — Gideon Minor. 



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XXVIir. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Coutinued. 



Representatlre^. 



Clinton— Benjamin Hinkson. 
Columbiana — Jas. Early, Jacob Roller, 

James Marshall 
Coshocton — Noah H. Sway no. 
Cuyahoga — John W. Willey. 
Darke, Mercer, AIUmi, Putnam, Henry, 

Paulding and Williams — Mark T. 

Mills. 
Knox — Byron Leonard. 
Lawrence and Scioto — Joseph David- 

ifon. 
Licking — Benjamin Briggs. 
Madison, Union, Logan and Hardin — 

Lanson Curtis*. 
Marion and Crawford — Robt. Hopkins. 
Medina and Lorain— William Eyles. 
Meigs and Gallia — Andrew Di)nnelly. 
Miami and Shelby — William Barbee. 
Monroe — Cornelius Okey. 
Montgomiry -Join; Turner, Isaac Rob 

inson. 



Mor;:;an — Samuel A. Barker. 
Muskingum— Littleton Adams, James 

Ragurt. 
Perry — Benjamin Eaton. 
Pickaway — Elias Florence. Jas. Moore. 
Pike and J.ickson — John Barns. 
Portage — B. R. Humphrey. 
Preble— John M. U. McNutt. 
Richland— Robt. Bently, Ja:*. Hedges. 
R0.S8— Anthony W^alke, Jpaac Coofc. 
Sandusky, Seneca, Wood and Hancock — 

Samuel M. Lock wood. 
Stark — Matthias Sheplar, Geo. Dunbar. 
Trumbull — Jared P. Kirtland, George 

Swift. 
Tu8carawa«» — George Ricbardj*on. 
W:irren — Thomas Corwin, Jeremiah 

Morrow 
Washin«toL — Joseph Baker, jr. 
Wayne — James Robinson. 



XXIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1830- 183L 



Senators. 



Adams and Brown — John Cochran. 

Athens, Washington and Hocking — 
Calvary ^^orris 

Belmont-^Thonuts Shannon. 

Butler — Fergus Anderson. 

Clarke and Champaign — Sampson Ma- 
son. 

Clermont — William Wayland. 

Columbiana — William Blackburn. 

Coshocton, Holmes and Tuscarawas — 
Samuel C. McDowell. 

Cuyahoga, Medina and Lorain — John 
W. Willey. 

Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Chas. 
Carpenter 

Fairfiehl — Robert F. Slausrhter. 

Franklin and Pickaway — Joseph Olds. 

Gallia and Meigs — Robert Safiford. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Eliphalet Aus- 
tin. 

Greene and Clinton — Wm. Elsl)erry. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Thos. Weston. 

Hamilton — Samuel R. Miller, Jonathan 
Cilley. 



Harrison — Daniel Kilgoie. 

Highland and Faiyette — Moses Caro- 
thers 

Huron, Sandusky, W^ood, Seneca and 
Hancock— Samuel M. Lock wood. 

JefTerson— Henry Swear ingen. 

Knox and Richland — Thos. lligdon. 

Licking — Elias Howell. 

Loiran, Shelbv, Madison and Union — 
John Shelby. 

Montgomery and Miami — lilorris See- 
ley. 

Muskingum — James Raguet. 

Perry and Morgjin — Alex. McConnel. 

Portage — Darius Lyman. 

Preble, Darke and Mercer — Day id F. 
Heaton. 

Ross — E<lward King. 

Scioto, Pike and Jackson — David Mitch- 
ell. 

Stark — John Augustine. 

Trumbull — William Ripley. 

Warren— John Bigger. 

Wayne — Benj. Jones. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



03 



XXIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Rcprescntatices. 



Adams — John Patterson. 

Ashtabula — Amos Fisk. 

Athens and Hocking — Andrew Crocket. 

Belmont — John Davenport, Jas. Alex- 
ander. 

Brown — Nathan Ellis, Geo. Edwards. 

Butler — Benj. Van Gorden, John Crane. 

Champaign — Wm. McDonald. 

Clarke — (Jharles Anthony. 

Clermont — Sam'l Perrin, John Shaw. 

Clinton — Benj. Hinkjion. 

Columbiana — James Early, Jacob Rol- 
ler, James Marshall. 

Coshocton — James Robinson. 

Cuyahoga — Harvev Rice. 

Darke, Mercer, etc.— Mark T. Mills. 

Delaware — Amos Utley. 

Fairfield — David Ewing, John Chaney, 

Fayette— ^Wm. Palmer. 

Franklin— Joseph Ridgway. 

Gallia and Meigs— Andrew Donnally. 

Geauga — Chester Treat, Isaac Gillett. 

Greene— Simeon Dunn. 

Guernsey — James M. Bell. 

ELimilton — Dan. Stone, Sam*l Rees, 
Leonard Armstrong. 

Harrison — Walter B. Beebe. 

Highland — Moses H. Kirby. 

Holmes — William Porter. 

Huron — George G. Baker. 

Jefierson — William C. McCauslin, Jno. 
Humphrey. 



Knox — John Greer. 

Licking— Bryant Thornhill. 

Marion and Crawford — John Nimmon. 

Madison, Logan and Union — John T. 
Ghent iwith. 

Medina and J^orain — Josiali Harris. 

Miami and Shelby — William Barbee. 

Monroe — iliomas Mitchell. 
i Montgomery — Alex. Grimes, Henry 
Stoddard. 

Morgan— Samuel A. Barker. 
I Mu.'<kipgum — Thon. Maxfield, Littleton 
I Adams. 

Perry— Peter Gdlin. 

Pickaway — Elias Florence, Sam'l Lutz 

Pike and Jackson — John Barnes. 

Portage — Thomas Earl. 
I Preble — Lazarus Miller. 
i Richland — James Heney, Robert Be. it- 
ley. 

Ross — I?aac Cook, Anthony Walke. 

Sandusky, Seneca, etc. — Josiah Hedges. 

Scioto and J^awrencc — James Rodgers. 

Staik — Matthias Sheplar. 

Trumbull — Benj. Allen, Richard Id- 
dings. 

Tuscarawas— George Richardson. 

Warren — Joseph Whitehill, Jacoby 
Halleck. 

Washington — Joseph Barker, jr. 

Wayne — Jacob Ihrig, James Kobinson. 



XXX, GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1831-1832. 



Senators, 



Adams and Brown — Joseph Riggs. 
Athens, Washington and Hocking — 

Arius Nye. 
Belmont — William Dunn. 
Butler— Fergus Anderson. 
Clarke and Champaign — Abraham R. 

Colwell. 
Clermont — Thomas Morris. 
Columbiana — William Blackburn. 
Coshocton, Holmes and Tuscarawas — 

Samuel C. McDowell. 
Cuvahogja, Lorain and Medina — John 

W. Willey. 
Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Chas. 

Car|)enter. 
Fairfield— Robert F. Slaughter. 
Franklin and Pickaway — Wm. Daugh- 

erty. 
Gallia and Me Irs — Robert Safford. 
Geauga and Ashtabula— Uri Seeley. 



Greene and Clinton — Wm. Elsberry. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Robeit Thomp- 
son. 
! Hamilton— Jonathan Cilley, Samuel R. 
Miller. 

Harrison — Daniel Kilgore. 
I Highrnd and Fayette — Moses Carothers 

Huron, Sanduiky, Wood, Seneca, and 
Hancock — Samuel M. Lock wood. 

Jeffe rso n — A n d re w 31 c Mc ch a n . 

Knox and Richland — William Gass. 

Licking — Elias Howell. 

Locaii, Shelby, Hardin, Madison and 
Union — John Shelby. 

Montgomery and Miami — Robt. Young. 

Muskingum — Ezckiel T. Cox. 

Perry and jNIorgan — John B. Grton. 

Portage — Darius Lyman. 
, Preble, Darke and Mercer — David F. 
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XXX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Senators. 



R088 — Anthony Walke 

Scioto,Pike andJacicHon — David Mitchell. 

Stark — John Augustine. 



Trumbull-— William Ripley. 
Warren — John Bigger. 
Wayne — Benjamin Jones. 



Rqivcscntatives, 



Adam 4 — George GoUings, VVm. Rob- 
bins. 

Ashtabula — Jonathan Warner, Daniel 
M. Spencer. 

Athens and Hocking— Ebenezer Cur- 
rier. 

Belmont — John Patton, William Work- 
man, William B. Hubbard. 

Brown — James Pilson. 

Butler— Taylor Webster. Jesse Corwin. 

Champaign — William McDonald. 

Clark — Ira Paige. 

Clermont — William Doane. 

Clinton— Eli Gaskill. 

Columbiana — Fisher A. Blocksom, Jas. 
Marshall, James Early. 

Coshocton — Charles W. Simmons. 

Cuyahoga— Job Doan. 

Darke, Mercer, etc. — Justin Hamilton. 

Delaware — John Storm. 

Fairfield — David Ewing, Sam'l Spang- 
ler. 

Fayette — Thomas McGarraugh. 

Franklin— Philo H. Olmsted. 

Gallia and Meigs — Andrew Donnelly. 

Geauga — Isaac Gillett. 

Greene — Simeon Dunn. 

Guernsey — David Tullis. 

Hamilton — Alexander Duncan, David 
T. Disney, Daniel H. Hawes, John 
Burgoyne. 

Harrison — Joseph Rea. 

Highland — David Reese. 

Holmes — James French. 

Huron— Charles Lindsay. 



Jefferson — John I^eetch. 

Knox — Charles Colerick. 

Licking — Bryant Tiiornhill. 

Madison, liOgan and Union — Samuel 
Newell. 

Marion and Crawford — William Brown. 

Medina and Lorain — William Eyles. 

Miami and Shelbv — William Barbee. 

Monroe — Philip Darby. 

Montgomery — Chas. C. Swayne, Henry 
Schideler. 

Muskingum — Appletou Downer, David 
Peairs. 

Perry — John Vanatta. 

Pickaway— Samuel Lutz, John Coch- 
ran. 

Pike and Jackson — Robert Lucas. 

Portage — Thomas Earl, 

Preble — Lazarus Miller. 

Richland — Robert Bentley, Daniel S. 
Swinney. 

Ross — William Creighton, sr., James 
T. Worthington. 

Sandusky, Seneca, etc. — Harvey J. 
Harmon. 

Scioto and Lawrence — James Rogers. 

Stark — James Allen, John Harris. 

Trumbull — Calvin Pease, Jared P. 
Kirtland. 

Tuscarawas — Henry Laffer. 

Warren — Jos. Whitehill, Jacoby Hal- 
lack. 

Washington — James M. Booth. 

Wayne — Jacob Ihrig. 



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Sencdon. 



Adams and Brown — Jos. Rigors. 
Athens, Washington and Hocking — 

Arius Nye. 
Belmont— Wm. Dunn. 
Butler — Daniel Woodmansee. 
Clarke and Champaign — Abraham R. 

Colwell. 
Clermont — Thomas Morris. 
Columbiana — Wm. Blackburn. 



Cuvahoga, Lorain and Medina — John 

W. Willey. 
Delaware Marion and Crawford — Jas. 

W. Crawford. 
Fairfield — Samuel S[>angler. 
Franklin and Pickaway — Wm. Daugh- 

erty. 
Geauga and Ashtabula — Uri Seeley. 
Greene and Clinton — Wm. Elsberry. 
Guernsey and Monroe — RbtThompeon. 



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XXXI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



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Senators. 



Hamilton — Sam'l R. Miller, Alexander 

Duncan. 
HarriHon — Joseph Holmes. 
Highrd and Fayette — Moses Carothers. 
Huron, Seneca and Sandusky — Daniel 

Tilden. 
Jefferson — Andrew McMechan. 
Knox and Coshocton — Byron Leonard. 
Licking — Benj. Brings. 
Madison, Union, Logan, Hardin and 

Hancock — Phillip L^wis. 
Miami, Allen, Darke and Shelby — Robt. 

Young. 



Montgomery and Preble — John M. U. 

McNutt. 
Muskingum — Ezekiel T, Cox. 
Perry and Morgan — John B. Orton. 
Portage — Chauncey Eggleston. 
Richland — Wm. Gass. 
Ross — Anthony Walke. 
Scioto, Pike, Lawrence and Jackson — 

John James. 
Stark — Matthew Sheplar. 
Trumbull — Ephraim Brown. 
Tuscarawas and Holmes — Henry Laffer. 
Warren — Jacob Hallack. . 
Wayne — Thomas Robinson. 



Representatives. 



Adams — Wm. Robbins. 

Ashtabula — Amos Fif«k. 

Athens and Hocking — Ebenezer Currier. 

Belmont — John Patton, William Work- 
man. 

Brown — Geo. Edwards, Alex. Campbell. 

Butler — Jas. Comstock, Elijah Vance. 

Champaign — Edward L. Morgan. 

Clarke— Ira Paige. 

Clermont — Wm. Doane. 

Clinton— Eli Gaskill. 

Columbiana — Fisher A. Blockson, Robt. 
Forbes, John Quinn. 

Co«hocton— James Mathews. 

Cuyahoga — Job Doane. 

Darke, etc. — Justin Hamilton. 

Delaware — John Curtiss. 

Fairfield— David Ewing, M. Z. Kreider. 

Franklin — Francis Stewart, Marmaduke 
B. Wright. 

Gallia and Meigs — Andrew Donnully, 
John P. R. Bureau. 

Geauga— Lewis Dille, Lester Taylor, 

Greene — Aaron Harlan. 

Guernsey — Samuel Bigger. 

Hamilton — David T. Disney, Samuel 
Bond, Isniel Brown, Adam N. Riddell. 

Harrwon — Joseph Rea. 

Hifrhland and Fayette — Joseph J. Mc- 
Donell. 

Holmes— William Porter. 



Huron — Ebenezer Merry. 

Jeffertfon — Jno. I^eetch, Wm. McCauslin. 

Knox — John Schooler. 

Licking — Jonathan Taylor. 

Logan, Madison and Union — Samuel 

Newell. 
T/Orain — Frederick Whittlesey. 
Marion and Crawford — Jno. Campbell. 
Medina — Duthan Northrup. 
Miami — Amos Perry. 
Monroe — Isaac Atkinson. 
Montgomery — H. Shideler, Wm. Sawyer. 
Morgan — Erastus Hoskins. 
Muskingum — Wm. Cooper, J. H. Keith. 
Perry — John Vanatta. 
Portage — Gregory Powers. 
Pickaway — John Cochran. 
Pike and Jackson — George Burris. 
Preble — Geo. D. Hendricks, Samuel 

Nixon. 
Richland — Daniel J. Swinney. 
Ross — Jas. T. Worthington, Isaac Mc- 

Cracken. 
Scioto and Lawrence — Wm. Carpenter. 
Stark — Thos. Blackburn, John Grubb. 
Seneca and Sandusky— Jerem. Everett. 
Tuscarawas— Francis D. Leonard. 
Trumbull — Jodediab Fitch, Benj. Allen. 
Warren— Jo.^eph Whitehill. 
Washington— James M. Booth. 
Wayne— Jacob Ihrig. 



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XXXII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-1833-1834. 



Senators. 



Adams an;l Brown — James Pilijon. 

Belmont — James Alexander, sr. 

Butler — Dar»iol Woodman«ee. 

Clarke and Champaign — Charles An- 
thony. 

Clermont — Williiim Doan. 

Columbiana — William Blackburn. 

Cuyahog.i, Medina and Lorain — Frede- 
rick Whittlesey. 

Delaware, Marion and Crawford— Jan. 
W. Crawlon'. 

Fairfield— .Samuel Spangler, 

Franklin and Pickaway — Ralj)hOshorn. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Peter Hitch- 
cock. 

Greene and Clinton — William Elsberry. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Isaac Atkinson. 

Hamilton — Alex. Duncan, David T. 
Disney. 

Hanison— J(»sei)h Holmes. 

Higldand and Fayette — Joseph J. Mc- 
Eowell. 

Huron, Seneca and Sandusky — Daniel 
Tilden. 



Jefferson — Andrew McMechaii. 

Knox and Coshocton — By ram Leonard. 

Licking— Jonathan Taylor 

Madison, Uni<m, Loj;an, H irdin and 

Hancocl: — Piiilip l-rf»wi9. 
Miami, Allen, Daike and Shelby— Jaa. 

Johnston. 
Montjronjerv and Preble — John M. N. 

McXutt. ' 
Mu:!ikingum — Thomas Anderseon. 
Perry and Morgan — William Hawkins. 
Portage — Chauncey Eggleston. 
Richhtnd — Matthew Lind. 
Ross — Anthony Walke. 
Scioto, Law^rence and Pike — Jno. James. 
Stark — Matthias Sheplar. 
Trumbull — Ephraim Brown. 
Tuscarawas ;ind Holmes — Henry Laffer. 
Warren— Jacob Hallactr. 
Washington, Athens, Oallia, Meigs 

and Hocking — Calvary Mortis. 
Wayne— Thomas Robinson. 



Reprcsen tatives. 



Adams— John Patterson. 

Ashtabula — Gaius W. St. John, Ira 

Benton. 
Athens and Hocking — Isaac B. Lott- 

ridge, Andrew Crocket. 
Belmont — Joseph A. Ramage, John 

Thompson. 
Brown — James L')ud()n. 
Butler— Elijah Vaiice, James Comstock. 
Champaign— Benjamin Chaney. 
Clarke-Wm. V. H. Cushing. 
Clermont — Festus Dunning. 
Clinton— Benjamin Hinkson. 
Columbiana — Jacob Roller, Robert 

Forbes. John Qninn. 
Coshocton— John Oowley. 
Cuyahoga— Timothy Doan. 
Darke, eic. — Patrick G. Goode. 
Delaware — John Curtis. 
Fairfield — Joseph Stukey, John M. 

Creed. 
Fayette— Samuel F. Yeoman. 
Franklin— Philo H. Olmsted. 
Gallia and Meigs — George House, 
(leauga — Lewis Dille. 
Greene— Janus A. S 'ott. 
Guernsey — Samuel Bigger. 
Hamilton — Ad.im N. Riddle, Samuel 

Bond, William C. Anderson, John 

Burgoyne. 
Harrison — Samuel W. Bostwick. 
Highland— Robert D. Lilly. 
Holmes — William Potter. 



Huron — Ch:irles Lindsay. 

Jetferson — William C. McCauslin. 

Knox — John Schooler. 

Licking — William Mitchell, S D. King. 

Logan, Union and Madison-Sm'l Xeweu. 

Marion and Crawford — Joseph Mc- 
Cutcheon. 

Medina and Lorain — Duthan Northrup. 

Miami — James Fergus. 

Monroe — Joseph Morris. 

Morgan — Perley B. Johnson. 

Montgomery— Morris Seeley, George C. 
Davis, William Sawyer. 

Muskingum — John H. Keith, William 
Cooper. 

Perry — John Leidy. 

Pickaway —John Shoup, Elia^ Florence. 

Pike and Jackson — John Barnes. 

Portage— Roan Clark. 

Preble— George D. Hendricks. 

Richland — D. J. Swinney, Sol. Gladde. 

Ro«<s — Jonathan F. Woodside. 

Scioto and Lawrence— Edward Hamil- 
ton. 

Seneca and Sandusky — Jerem. Everet. 

Stark— Jno. Brown, D. A. Starkweather. 

Trumbull— Walter Johnson, Thomaa 
Robinson. 

Tuscarawas — Abraham Shane. 

Warren— John Bigger, Benjamin Bald- 
win. 

Washington — Silas Cook. 

Wayne — Jacob Ihrig. 



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Senators. 



Adams and Brown— James Pilson. 

Belmont — James Alexander, sr. 

Butler — Elijah Vance. 

Clarke andCham paign — Chas. Anthony. 

Ciermont — ^\Vm. Doan. 

Clinton and Greene — Joshua Yeo. 

Columbiana — Wm. Blackburn. 

Coshocton and Knox — James Ravens- 
croft. 

Cuyahoga, Lorain and Medina— Fred- 
erick Whittlesey. 

Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Robt. 
Hopkins. 

Fairfield — Samuel Spangler. 

Geauea and Ashtabula — Peter Hitch- 
cock:. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Isaac Atkinson. 

Hamilton — David T. Disney, Henry 
Morse. 

Harrison — Thomas T. Vincent. 

Highland and Fayette — Joseph J. Mc- 
Dowell. 



Huron, Seneca and Sandusky — Joseph 

Howard. 
Jefferson — Andrew McMechan. 
Licking — Jonathan Taylor. 
Loprau, Hardin, Hancock, Union and 

Madison — Samuel Newell. 
Miami, Allen, Darke and Shelby — Jas. 

Johnston. 
Montgomery and Preble — James Steele. 
Muskingum— Thomas Anderson. 
Perry and Morgan — Wm. Hawkins. 
Portage — Darius Lyman. 
Richland — Matthew Lind. 
Ross — Anthony Walke. 
Scioto, Lawrence, Pike and Jackson — 

Wm. Kendall. 
Stark — Matthias Sheplar. 
Trumbull — Leicester King. 
Tuscarawas and Holmes — Henry Laffer. 
Warren — John M. Houston. 
Washington, Athens, Gallia, Meigs and 

Hocking— Calvary Morris. 
Wayne — Thomas Robinson. 



Representatives. 



Adams — John Patterson. 

Ashtabula — Horace Wilder. 

Athens and Hocking — Elijah Hatch. 

Belmont — Joseph A. Ramage, Solomon 

Bentley. 
Brown — James Loudon, Nathan Ellis. 
Butler— Wm. B. Van Hook, Vincent 

D. Enyart. 
Champai^ — William McDonald. 
Clarke— William V. H. Gushing. 
Clermont — Samuel Medary. . 
Clinton — Carter B. Harlan. 
Colonibiana — Robt. Forbes, Jno. Quinn, 

Jacob Roller. 
Coshocton — John Crowley. 
Cuyahoga — Nehemiah Allen. 
Darke; etc. — Patrick G. Goode. 
Dekware — Emery Moore. 
Fairfield — Jos. Stukey, Jno. M. Creed. 
Fayette and Highland — Jacob Kirby. 
Franklin — Adam Read, Jacob Grubb. 
Gallia and Meigs — Randal Stivers, J. P. 

R. Bureau. 
Geaoga — Lester Taylor, Lewis Dille. 
Greene — Robert Jackson. 
GoerDKey — John Craie. 
Htmilton — Wm. C. Anderson, Samuel 

Bond, John C. Short, Elisha Hotch- 

kin. 
HarriBon— Samuel W. Bostwick. 
Holmes— Joseph Ankeney 
Hmon— Philo Clark. 



Jefferson — John McLaughlin. Mordecai 

Moore. 
Knox — Peres Snrague. 
Licking — Wm. Mitchell. 
Lorain — Daniel T. Baldwin. 
Madison, Logan and Union— Nicholas 

Hathaway. 
Marion and Crawford — John Campbell. 
Medina — John Newton. 
Miami — John Wilson. 
Montgomery — Horace Pease, William 

Sawyer. 
Monroe— Joseph Morris. 
Muskingum — Aaron Robinson, William 

H. Moore. 
Perry — Robert McClung. 
Pike and Jackson — John Burnside. 
Pickaw^ay — John Cochran. 
Portage — Amos Seward. 
Preble— Jno Saylor, Richard B. Payne. 
Richland — Henry Leyman. 
Ross— George Will, Daniel Ott. 
Scioto and Lawrence — Wm. Miller. 
Seneca and Sandusky — JaquesHulburd. 
Stark — David A. Starkweather, John 

Brown. 
Trumbull— Jared P. Kirtland, W. A. 

Otis. 
'T'—carawas — John Butt. 

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XXXIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1835-1836. 



Senators. 



Adams and Brown — John Patterson. 

Belmont— George Sharp. 

Butler — Elijah Vance. 

Clarke and Champaign — Jno. H. James. 

Clermont— Samuel Aledary. 

Clinton and Greene— John Yeo. 

Columbiana — Joseph Thompson, jr. 

Coshocton and Knox — James Ravens- 
croft. 

Cuyahoga, Medina and Lorain — John 
\V. Allen. 

Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Robt. 
Hopkins. 

Fairfield— Samuel Spangler. 

Franklin and Pickaway — Elias Florence. 

Geauga and Ashtabula— Ralph Granger. 

Gueruse.N and Monroe— Wni. Scott. 

Plamilton — Henry Morse, Wm. Price. 

Harrison— Thomas C. Vincent. 

Highland and Fa} otte— Jacob Kirby. 

Huron, Seneca and Sandusky— Joseph 
Howard. 



JefTerfon — Andrew McMechaD. 

Licking— Jonathan Taylor. 

Logan, Hardin, Hancock, Union and 

Madison — Samuel Newell. 
Miami, Allen, Darke and Shelby — Jno 

E. Hunt. 
Montgomery and Preble— James Steele. 
Muskingum — Samuel J. Cox. 
Perry and Morgan — John Leidy. 
Portage — Frederick Wadsworth. 
Richland — Wm. McLaughlin. 
Ross — David Crouse. 
Scioto, Lawrence, Pike and Jackson— 

Wm. Kendall. 
Stark — Matthias Sheplar. 
Trumbull — Leicester King. 
Tuscarawas and Holmes — Walter M. 

Blake. 
Warren — John M. Houston.. 
Washington, Athens, Gallia, Meigs and 

Hocking — Andrew Donnally. 
Wayne — Thomas Robinson. 



Rcpresentdtivcs. 



Adams — Wm. Robbins. 

Ashtabula— Ora H. Knapp, Christopher 

Champlin. 
Athens and Hocking— Cahary Morris. 
Belmont— Solomon Bentley, William 

Chambers. 
Brown- Juficph Rtaplelon. 
Butler— Wm. B. Van Hook, Vincent D. 

En y art. 
Champaign— Wm. McDonald. 
Clarke— Wm. V. H. Gushing. 
Clermont— Polity Utter. 
Clinton— Carter B. Harlan. 
Columbiana — Samuel Creswell, 

Armstrong, Benj. Blackburn. 
Coshocton— Samuel Whitmore. 
Cuyahoga — Nehemiah Allen. 
Darke, Shelby, Mercer, Allen, 

Wert, Paulding, Henry, Putnam, 

Wood, Williams and Lucas— Stacy 

Taylor. 
Delaware— Emery Moore. 
Fairfield— Wm. Medill, Jno. M. Creed. 
Faye'te and Highland — David Reece. 
Frank!'" — Adam Read. 
Gallia and Meigs — Randall Stivers, 

Saninel R. Holcomb. 
Geauga — Seabury Ford. 
Greene — Amos Quinn. 
Guernsey— Thomas J. Taylor. 
Hamiltoii— Wm. Conclin, JasS. J. Faran, 

Andrew Porter, Dan'l Hohbrook. 
Harrison— Samuel W. Bostwick. 
Holmes — Joseph Ankeney. 



Wm. 



Van 



Huron — Cyrus Butler. 

Jefferson — Robert Patterson. 

Knox — Peres Sprague. 

Licking — John Yontz. 

Lorain— Eber W. Hubbard. 

Madison, Logan and Union — Nicholas 
Hathaway. 

Marion and Crawford — Jas. H. Godmao. 

Medina— Philo Welt6n. 

Miami — Thomas J. S. Smith. 

Monroe— Wm. C. Walton. 

Montgomery — Wm. Sawyer, Eliaa Mat- 
thews, Fielding Lowry. 

Morgan — Benjamin W. Conklin. 

Muskingum — Wm. H. Moore, Aaron 
Robinson. 

Perry — Joshua Brown. 

Pickaway— Sam'l Lutz, Thos. J. Win^ 
ship. 

Pike and Jackson— David Mitchell. 

Portage — Joseph Lyman. 

Preble — John Saylor. 

Richland— Hugh Gamble, Jno. Coulter. 

Ross — John Hough, John Cutright. 

Scioto — William Miller. 

Seneca and Sanduekv — W. B. CraighilL 

Stark — Thomas Blackburn, Harman 
Stidger. 

Trumbull— Eli Baldwin, Tensand R. 
DeWolf. 

Tuscarawas — Felix D. McMeal. 

Warren — Jeremiah Morrow, John Hunt. 

Washington — Isaac Humphreys. 

Wayne—Jacob Miller. 



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Senators. 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — John Pat- 
terson. 

Athens, Meigr«, Gallia and Lawrence- 
Andrew Donnally. 

Belmont — George Sharp. 

Butler and Preble— Elijah Vance. 

Clarke, Logan and Champaign — John 
U. James. 

Clermont — Samuel Medary. 

Columbiana and Carroll — ^Jos. Thomp- 
son, jr. 

Cuyahoga — John W. Allen. 

Fairfield and Hocking— Sam'l Spangler. 

Fayette, Madison and Greene— John 
Arbuckle. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Ralph Granger. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Wm. Scott. 

Hamilton — Jno. H. Gerrard, Wm. Price. 

Highland and Clinton — Jacob Kirby. 

Huron — John K. Campbell. 

Jef^rson — Andrew McMechan. 

Knox, Coshocton and Holmes— Peres 
Sprague. 



I Licking— Wm. W. Gfiult. 

Lucas, Wood and Henry — Jno. E. Hunt. 
I Marion, Crawford, Delaware and Union 
1 1 — Hezekiah Gorton 
I Medina and Koniiu— James Moore. 
I Miami, Darke and Mercci — Wm. J. 
i j Thomas. 

! Montgomery— Ja men Steele. 
I Muskingum — Samuel J. Cox. 

Perry, Morgan and Washington — John 
licidy. 

PickawiiyandFrinklin — Eli as Florence. 

Portage — D:iniel Upson. 

Richland — Wm. McLaughlin. 

Boss, Pike nml Jackson—David Grouse. 

Seneca and SMiidusky — Dnvid E. Owen. 

Stark— David A. Starkweather. 

Trumbull — Leicester King. 

Tupcarawas and Harrison — Thos. C. 
Vincent. 

Warren — Geo. J. Smith. 

Wayne — Geo. Well ho use. 



Representatives. 



Adams, Scioto and Brown— Jno. Glover, 
James lA>udon. 

Aditabula — Ora H. Knapp. 

Athens and Meigs— David Jones. 

Belmont — James Weir. 

Butler— William B. Van Hook, R. B. 
Milliken. 

Carroll — Isaac Atkinson. 

Oarke— W. V. H. Gushing. 

Clermont — Douty Utter. 

Clinton — Amos T. Davis. 

Columbiana— Wm. Armstrong, Samuel 
Creswell, Charles M. A ten. 

Codiocton— Samuel Whitmore. 

Cuvahoga — Philo Scoville. 

Delaware — Benjamin F. Allen. 

Fairfield and Hocking— William Medill, 
John Graybill. 

Fayette and Madison — BatteaJ Harrison. 

Franklin— Alfred Kelley. 

Gallia and Lawrence — ^John Clark. 

Getaca — Seabury Ford, Timothy Rock- 
well. • 

Greene — Isaac S. Perkins. 

Guernsey — Samuel Bigger. 

Hamilton — Israel Brown, Gkorge W. 
Holmes, James Armstrong. 

Highland — ^David Beece. 

Htfriton — John Grnber. 

Holmes— Joseph Ankeney. 

HoroD— Philo Clark. 

JeflersoD — ^Robert Patterson. 



Knox — Samuel W. Hildreth, Marvin 

Tracy. 
Licking — John Yontz, John Stewart. 
Logan and Champaign — Sam'l Newell. 
lx)rain — Eber W. Hubbard. 
Marion, Crawford and Union — Gtway 

Curry, John Carey. 
Medina — John Newton. 
Miami, Darke and Mercer — Stacy Tay- 
lor, Hiram Bell. 
Monroe — Wm. C. Walton. 
Morgan — Benjamin W. Conklin. 
Mont^mery — Robert A. Thruston. 
Muskingum — David Chambers. 
Perry— Joshua Brown, Wm. Trevitt. 
Pickaway — Thomas J. Winship. 
Portage — Wm. Quinby,Thos. C. Shreve. 
Preble— John M. U. McNutt, John G. 

Jameson. 
Ross, Pike and Jackson — Daniel Ott, 

James Hughes, John J. Vanmeter. 
Richland — John Coulter, Robert Lee. 
Seneca and Sandusky — Wm. B. Craig- 

hill. 
Stark— Hugh R. Caldwell, Peter M. 

Wise. 
Trumbull — Seth Hayes,Tracey Bronson. 
Tuscarawas — George N. Allen. 
Warren — John Hunt. 
Washington — Isaac Humphrey!, 
Wayne— Jacob Ihxig. 
Wood, etc.— John Holliifti 



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XXXVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1837-1838. 
Senators, 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — Chas. White. 

Athens, Meigs, Lawrence and Gallia — 
James liogers. 

Belmont — Thomas Shannon. 

Butler and Preble — Elijah Vance. 

Carroll and Columbiana — Jas. Thomp- 
son. 

Clarke, Logan and Champaign — John 
H. James. 

Clermont — Doiity Utter. 

Cuyahoca — Sinu^on Fuller. 

Fairfielaand Hocking — Sam'l Spangler. 

Fayette, Madison and Greene — Jehn 
Arbbckle. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Benj. F. Wade. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Wm. C. Walton. 

Hamilton — John H. Gerhard, William 
Oliver. 

Highland and Clinton — laaiah Morris. 

Huron — John K. Campbell. 

Jefferson — Samuel Stokely. 

Knox, Coshocton and itolmes — Peres 
Sprague. 

Licking— Wm. W. Gault. 



Lucas, Wood, Henry, Hancock, Van 
Wert, Allen, Shelby and Hardin— 
Curtis Bates. 

Marion, Crawford, Union and Delaware 
— Hezekiah Gorton. 

Medina and r>orain — James Moore. 

Miami, Darke and Mercer — William J. 
Thomas. 

^lontgomery — James Steele. 

Muskineum — Samuel J. Cox. 

Perry, Morgan and Washington — Wm. 
Hawkins. 

Pickaway and Franklin — Jno. L. Green. 

Portage— Daniel Up.«on. ^ 

Richland — Wm. McLaughlin. 

Ros.«, Pike and Jackson — John I. Van- 
meter. 

Seneca and Sanduhky — David E. Owen. 

Stark — David A. Starkweather. * 

Trumbull — Leicester King. • 

Tuscarawas and Harrison — Thomas C. • 
Vincent. 

Warren — George J. Smith. 

Wayne — George Wellhouse. 



Representatives^ 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — Wm. Ken- 
dall, Nelson Barrere. 

Ashtabula — Marvin I^onard, O. H. 
Fitch. 

Athens and ^^leigs — David Jones. 

Belmont — Ephraim Gaston, Isaac H. 
Green. 

Butler— W. B. Van Hook, Jac. Matthias. 

Carroll — Wm. Johnson. 

Champaign — Edwin L. Morgan. 

Clarke — Charles Anthony. 

Clermont — Thos. J. Buchanan. 

Clinton and Highland — Geo. Collings. 

Columbiana — Thomas Cannon, George 
Smith, Jacob Roller. 

Coshocton — James Matthews. 

Coshocton and Holmes — French W. 
Thornhill. 

Cuyahoga — J. A. Foot, Leaverett John- 
son. 

Delaware — Elijah Carnev. 

Fairfield— Wm. Medill, .Tohn Graybill. 

Favetteand Madison — Batteal Harrison. 

Franklin— Alfred Kelley, Robert Neil. 

Gallia and L:iwrence — John Clark. 

Geauga— S?abury Ford, Thomas Rich- 
mond. 

Greene — Isaac S. Perkins. 

Guernsey — Isaac Parrish. 

Hamilton — A. F. Carpenter, Jas. Given, 
James J. Fa ran. 

Harrison — John G ruber. 

Holmes — James Hoagland. 

Huron— Philo Clark. 



Jefferson — Samuel McNary. 

Knox — Marvin Tracy. 

Licking — Isaac Smucker, Jno. Stewart. 

Logan — James Crew. 

I^orain — Eber W. Hubbard. 

Marion, Crawford and Union — Otway 

C/urry, Stephen Fowler. 
Medina — John Codding. 
Miami, Darke and Mercer — Hiram Bell. 
Monroe — Peter W^itten. 
Morgan — Ezra McKee. 
Montgomery — Robert A. Thruston. 
Muskingum — David Chambers, David 

K. McCune. 
Perry— William Trevitt. 
Pickaway— Wm. B. Thrall. 
Portage — Solomon Day, Wm. Wetmore. 
Preble — John Quinn. 
Richland — Robert Lee, jr. 
Ross, Pike and Jackson — Jas. Hughes, 

Daniel Ott. 
Sardusky and Seneca — Samuel Treat. 
Shelby, Allen, Hardin, Putnam, Pauld- 
ing and Van Wert — James Cook. 
Stark — Matthew Johnson, Jacob Hos- 

tetter. 
Trumbull— John C. Woodruff, 

Bronson. 
Tuscarawas — George N. Allen. 
Warren — Anthony H. Dunlavy. 
Washington — Walter Curtis. 
Wayne— William Peppard. 
Wood, Lucas, Henry, Hancock 

Williams— Parley Carlin. 



Tracy 



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XXXVII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1838-1839. 



Senators, 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — Chas. White. 
Athens, Meigs, Gallia and Lawrence — 

James Rogers. 
Belmont — Thomas Shannon. 
Butler and Preble — John Saylor. 
Carroll and Columbiana — Jas.Thompson. 
Clarke, Logan and Champaign — John 

H. James. 
Clermont — Douty Utter. 
Cuyahoji^a — Simeon Fuller. 
Fairfield and Hoclcing— Sam'lSpangler. 
Fayette, Madison and Greene — Aaron 

Harlan. 
Greauga and Ashtabula — Benj. F. Wade. 
Guernsey and Monroe — Wm. C. Walton. 
Hamilton — Wm. Oliver, Geo. W. Holmes. 
Highland and Clinton — Isaiah Morris. 
Huron — Josiah Tracy. 
Jefferson— Samuel Stokely. 
Knox, Coshocton and Holmes — James 

Matthews. 
Licking — Richard Stadden. 



Marion, Delaware, Crawford and Union 

—Benj. F. Allen. 
Medina and Lorain — Heman Birch. 
■Miami, Darke and Mercer — William J. 

Thomas. 
Montgomery — Henry Sh idler. 
Muskingum — Samuel J. Cox. 
Perry, Morgan and Washington — Wm. 

Hawkins. 
Pickaway and Franklin — Jno. L. Green. 
Portage — Gregory Powers. 
Richland — W^m. "McLaughlin. 
Ross, Pike and Jackson — J. I. Vanraeter. 
Seneca and Sandusky — W. B. Craighill. 
Stark — Jacob Ho^t* Iter. 
Trumbull— David Tod. 
Tu8carawa«* and Harrison — Jno. Brady. 
Warren — George ,1. Smith. 
Wayne — Jacob Ihrig 
Wood, Lucas, and Williams — Curtis 

Bates. 



Represeiitativcs. 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — Joseph Lee- 

dom, John H. Blair. 
Ashtabula — Orramel H. Fitch, Erastus 

Chester. 
Athens and Meigs — Andrew Donnally. 
Belmont — Henry West. 
Butler- Wm. B. Van Hook, Robert B. 

Milliken. 
Carroll — James Forbes jr. 
Champaign — Moses B. Corwin. 
Clarke — Alexander Waddle. 
Clermont — ^Thomas J. Buchanan. 
Columbiana — Jacob Roller, John M. 

Jenkins, George Smith. 
Coshocton — Joseph Burns. 
Cuyahoga — Wm. D. Lloyd, Leaverett 

Johnson. 
Delaware — Andrew H. Patterson. 
Fairfield and Hocking — John Brough 
Fayette and Madison — W. H. Creighton. 
Franklin — John W. Andrews, James 

Kilbourne. 
Gallia and Lawrence — David Ripley. 
Geauga — Seabury Ford, Silas Axtell. 
Greene — Joseph Kyle. 
Guernsey — Joel F. Martin. 
Hamilton — Israel Brown. Jas. J. Faran. 
Harrison — Joseph Ilea. 
Highland and Clint<m — Thos. Patterson. 
Holmes — James Hoagland. 
Huron — Walter Branch, Jno. G. Camp. 
Jefferson — Samuel McNary. 
Knox— James Elliott. 



Briggs, 



I ; Licking — Geo. H. Flood,Isaac Smucker. 
ii Logan — Anthony Ca ad. 
!' Lorain — William Andrew.-*. 

Marion, Crawford and Union — John 

Campbell. Stephen Fowler. 
Medina — ^John Codding. 
Miami, Darke and Mercer — Jno. 

Justin Hamilton. 
Monroe — 'Peter Witten. 
Montgomery — Peter P. Lowe, Edwin 

Smith. . 
Morgan — John E. Ilanna. 
Muskingum — David Chambers, Charles 

B. Goddard. 
Perry— William Trevitt. 
Pickaway — Thomas J. Win^lii|». 
Portage — Elisha Garret, (tto. Kirkrun. 
Preble — George D. Hendricks. 
Richland — Jas. Comings, Hugh Gamble. 
Ross. Pike and .Jacu.>oii — Jd^. Hughes, 

Abraham Hegler. 
Seneca and Sandusky — John Welch. . 
Shelby, Allen, Ilaniin, Putnam. Pauld- 
ing and Vim Wert — Robt. J. t~?kinner. 
Stark — Matthew Johnson, Jas. Welch. 
Trumbull — Tracy Brownsou, Thomas 

Howe. 
Tuscarawas — John Everhard. 
Warren — John Hunt. 
Washington — Walter Curtis. 
Wayne — William Pop})ard. 
Wood, Lucas, Hancock, Henry and 

Williams— William Taylor. 



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XXXVIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1839-1840. 



Senators, 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — Jno. Glover. 

Athens, MeigH, Lawrence and Gallia — 
Simeon Na»h. 

Belmont — Thomas Shannon. 

Butler and Preble — John Saylor. 

Clarke, Logan and Champaign — ^J. Vauce. 

Clermont — Douty Utter. 

Columbiana and Carroll — Jos. Thomp- 
son, jr. 

Cuyahoga — Kichard Lord. 

Fairfield and I locking — Snui'l Spangler. 

Fayette, ^ladison and Greene — Aaron 
Harlan. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Benj. Bissell. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Wni. Scott. 

Hamilton — Geo. W HoJm('s,J. J. Faran. 

Highland and Clinton — Thos. Patterson. 

Huron — Josiah Tracy. 

Jefferson — James Mitchell. 

Knox, Coshocton and Holmes — James 
Matthews. 

Licking — Richard Stadden. 



Marion, Delaware, Crawford and Union 

— B. F. Allen. 
Medina and Lorain — Herman Birch. 
Miami, Darke and Mercer — William 

J. Thomas. 
Montgomery — Henry Shidler. 
Muskingum — James Henderson. 
Perry, Morgan and Washington — ^tsaac 

Humphreys. 
Pickaway and Franklin — Jno. L. Green. 
Portage — Simon Perkibs, jr. 
Richland — William McLaughlin. 
Ross, Pike and Jackson — John Hou^h. 
Seneca and Sandusky — W. B. Craighill. 
Stark — Jacob Hostetter. 
Trumbull— David Tod. 
Tuscarawas and Harrison — John Brady. 
Warren — George J. Smith. 
Wayne — Jacob Ihric. 
Wood, Lucas and Williams — John R 

Hunt. 



Representatives. 



Adam?*, Brown and Scioto — Joseph Lee- 

dom, John H. Blair. 
Allen, Shelby, Hardin, Putnam, Van 

Wert and Paulding — ICdwin Fisher. 
Ashtabula — Zaphna Lake, John S. 

Rogers. 
Belmont— Henry West, Thos. A. Way. 
Butler — Absalom Dunn, Jas. B. King. 
Can oil — Georjre Down.«. 
Champaign — Moses H. Corwin. 
Clarke — Alexander Waddle. 
Clinton — Amos T. Davis. 
Clermont — Thomas J. Buchanan. 
Columbiana — Robert Filson, William 

D. Lepper, John M. Jenkins. 
Coshocton — .Fames Ravenscroft. 
Cuyahoga— William B. Lloyd. 
Delaware — Andrew H. Patterson. 
Fayette and Madison — Batteal Harrison. 
Fairfield and Hocking — Lewis Hite, 

James Spencer. 
Franklin — Bulkley Comstock. 
Gallia and Lawrence — William Miller. 
Geauga — Seabury Ford, Jno. F. Morse. 
Greene — .lames A. Scott. 
Guernsc^y — Robert B. Moore. 
Hamilton — Robert ^loore, Thomas J. 

Henderson. 
Hancock, W(M)d, Lucas, Ifcnry and 

Williams — Moses McAnelly. 
Harrison — Joseph Rea. 
Highland — Andrew Baskin. 
Holmes — James Hoagland. 



Huron — Ebenezer Warner. 

Jefferson — George Mitchell. 

Knox — Byram Leonard. 

Licking — George H. .Hood, Walter B. 
Morris. 

l.ogan — Anthony Casad. 

Lorain — Albert A. Bliss. 

Marion, Union and Crawford — Guy 0. 
Worth, James H. Godman. 

Medina — James S. Carpenter. 

Meigs — Jeremiah B. Ackley. 

Miami, Darke and Mercer — Thomas 
Shideler, Marshall J. Purviance. 

Monroe — William Johnson. 

Montgomery — Edwin Smith. 

Morgan — John E. Hanna. 

Mu.«kingum — Abraham Pollock, George 
W. Adams. 

Perry — James J. Wilson. 

Pickaway — Augustus L. Perril. 

Portapfc — Rufus P. Spalding, Ephraim 
B. Hubbard. 

Preble — Lurton Dunham. 

Richland— Thos. AV. Bartley, D. Biblet. 

Ross, Pike and Jackson — Elibu John- 
son, Samuel Reed. 

Seneca and Si^ndusky — John Welch. 

Stark — James Welch, John Smith. 

Trumbull — Isaac Powers, Thos. Howe. 

Tuscarpwas — John Everhard. 

Warren — William Sellers. 

Washington — Wm. A. Whittlesey. 

Wayne — Thos. Shreve, Elzy Wilson. 



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XXXIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY- 1840-1 841. 



Senators. 



Adams, Brown and Scioto — ^Jno. Glover. 

Athens, Gallia, Meigs and Lawrence — 
Simeon Nash. 

Belmont — Thomas Shannon. 

Butler and Preble — Robert Hazeltine. 

Champaign, Clarke and Logan — Joseph 
Vance. 

Clermont — Douty Utter. 

Columbiana and Carroll — Jos. Thomp- 
son, jr. 

Crawford, Delaware and Marion — Jos. 
H. Godman. 

Cuyahoea — Richard Lord. 

Fairfield and Pickaway — Sam*l Spangler. 

Franklin and Pickaway — Jno. L. Green. 

Geauga and Ashtabula — Benj. Bissell. 

Guernsey and Monroe — Wm. Scott. 

Hamilton — Jas. J. Faran,G. W. Holmes. 

Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Henry, Wil- 
liams, Putnam, Paulding, Van Wert, 
Allen, Hardin and Shelby — ^John E. 
Hunt. 



Highland and Clinton — Thos. Patterson. 

Holmes and Tuscarawas — Benj. Ream. 

Huron and Eric — Joseph M. Root. 

J.ackson, Pike and Ross — John Hough. 

Jefferson — James Mitchell. 

Knox and Coshocton — By ram Leonard. 

Licking — Burrel B. Taylor. 

Medina and Ix>rain — Jas. S. Carpenter. 

Miami. Darke, Mercer and Shelby — 

William J. Thomas. 
Montgomery — Joseph Barnett. 
Morgan, Perry and Washington — Isaac 

Humphreys. 
Muskingum — James Henderson. 
Richland — William McLaughlin. 
Seneca, Wood, Ottawa, Sandusky and 

Hancock^John Good in. 
Stark — Joseph Hostetter. 
Trumbull — John Crowell. 
Warren and Greene — Isaac S. Perkins. 
Wayne — John H. Harris. 



Representatives. 



Adams, Highland and Fayette — David 

Eeece, James Carothers, Jas. Smith. 
Ashtabula — Roger W. Griswold. 
Athena and Meigs — A. Van Vorhes. 
Belmont — ^Jon. Koontz,Crawford Welch. 
Butler — Absalom Dunn, Jas. B. King. 
Champaign, Logan and Union — W. C. 

Lawrence. 
Clermont, Brown and Clinton — R. B. 

Harlan, R. W. Clarke, Gideon W. 

Dunham. 
Columbiana — J. M. Jenkins, C. M. Aten. 
Coshocton — Joseph Burns. 
Cuyahoga — Leverett Johnson, J. H. 

Vincent. 
Delaware,Marionand Crawford — Emery 

Moore, Josiah Scott. 
Fairfield-^Cbarles Brough. 
Franklin — ^James C. Reynolds. 
Gallia, Lawrence and Scioto — Daniel 

Young. 
Geauga— Seabury Ford. 
Greene — James A. Scott. 
Guernsey — William Israel. 
Hamilton — A. F. Carpenter, John 

Cocjiran, John Reeves. 
Harrison — Josiah Scott. 
Hocking, Ross, Pike and Jackson- 

T. Worthington, John Stimson, Jos. 

Kayler. 
Huron and Erie — Eleutheros Cook. 
Jefferson and Carroll — Roswell Marsh, 

John Shober. 
Knox — Nicholas Spin dler, David L. Mc- 

Gogin. 



M. 



-Jas. 



Lake — William L. Perkins. 

Licking — Walter B. Morris, Elihsa 
Warren. 

Lucas, Williams, Henry, Paulding, Put- 
nam, Allen, Van Wert and Hardin — 
George B. Way, John F. Hinkle. 

Madison and Clarke — Aquilla Toland, 
Stephen M. Wheeler. 

Miami, Darke, Mercer and Shelby — 
Hiram Bell, Justin Hamilton, John 
Brown. 

Medina and Lorain — Albert A. Bliss. 

Monroe — William Johnson. 

Montgomery — David Lam me. 

Morgan — David Bald ridge, sr. 

Muskingum — Abraham Pollock, J. 
Watkins. 

Perry — James J. Wilson. 

Pickaway — Elias Florence. 

Portage — Jason Streater, Hiram Gid- 
dings. 

Preble — Joseph S. Hawkins. 

Richland— T. W. Barlley, DanM Riblet. 

Seneca, Sandusky, Hancock, Wood and 
Ottawa — A. E.Wood, Moses Mc Anelly. 

Stark — Jno. Smith, Enos Raffensperger. 

Summit — Henry G. Weaver. 

Trumbull — Peter Allen Josiah Robbins. 

Tuscarawas and Holmes — Jas. Hockin- 
berry. 

Warren— John Probasco, jr. 

Washington — Arius Nye. 

Wayne — Thomas Shreve. 



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XL. GENKUAL ASSEMBLY— 1811-184^. 



Scnatur.-, 



Adams, Highland and Fayette — Wm. 

Robbins. 
Ashtabula and I>ake — Kenj. Wade, jr. 
Athens and Meigs — Abraham Van Vor- 

hes. 
Belmont and Harrison — Chauncey 

Dewey. 
Butler find Preble — Robert Hazeltine. 
Champaign, Logan and Union — Benj. 

Stanton. 
Clermont, Brown and Clinton — Griffith 

Foos, jr. 
Columbiana — Charles M. Ateo. 
Crawford, Delaware and Marion — ^Jas. 

H. Godman. 
Cuyaho£;a and Goauga — Seabury Ford. 
Fairfield and Pickaway — Sam*l Spanpler. 
Frank liu, Madison and Clarke — Alex. 

Waddle. 
Gallia, Lawrence and Scioto — Simeon 

Nash. 
Guernsey and Monroe — Wm. C. Walton. 
Hamilton — Geo. W. Holmes, James J. 

Fa ran. 



Holmes and Tuscaiawa^ — Benj. Ream. 

Huron and Erie — Joseph M. Root. 

Jefferson and Carroll — James Mitchell. 

Knox and Coshocton — Byram Leonard. 

Licking — Burrel B. Taylor. 

Lucas, Williams, Henry, Paulding, Put- 
nam, Van Wert, Allen and Hardin — 
Jacob Clark. 

Medina and Lorain — Jas. S. Carpenter. 

Miami. Darke, Mercer and Shelby — 
William J. Thomas. 

Muskingum — James Henderson. 

Perry, Morgan and Washington — Alex. 
McConneT, John Ritchey. 

Portage and Summit — Elisha N. Sill. 

Richland — Thomas W. Bartley. 

R(».^8, Hocking, Pike and Jackson — Allen 
Latham. 

Seneca, Sandusky, Wood, Ottawa and 
Hancock — John Good in. 

Stark — ^Jacob llostetter. 

Trumbull — John Crowell. 

Warren and Greene — Isaac S. Perkins. 

Wayne — John H. Harris. 



Repreacntai Ives. 



Adams, Highland and Fayette — John 

A. >mith, Abraham T^owman. 
Ashtabula — Sj'bnstian Taylor. 
Athens and Meigs— .1. B. Ackley,Stephen 

Thus. 
Belmont — Win Workman, Sam'l Dunn. 
Butler — Joel B. McFarland, John Mc- 

Closkey. 
Champaign — William B. McCrea. 
Cl.irko and Madison — Stephen M. 

Wheeler. 
Clermont, Brown and Clinton — Stephen 

Evniis, Reader W. Clark, Gideon 

Dunham. 
Colunibjjina — John M. Jenkins. 
Coshoctdii — .les.He Meredith. 
Cuyahofjji — Thomas M. Kelley. 
Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Jas 

GrifHih, Geo. W\ Sharp, Thos. Powell. 
Fairfield— William McClnng. 
FfMiiklin — Jos. Chenowith, Nathaniel 

Medberry. 
(tallia, Lawrence and Scioto — Moses 

(Gregory. 
Geauga — John P. Converse. 
Greene — John Fudge. 
Guernsey — Turner G. Brown. 
Hamilton — Robt. Moore, Wm. S. Hatch, 

Janies H. Ewing, Oliver Jones. 



Harrison — Josiah Scott. 

Hockine, Ross, Pike and Jackson — Le 
Grand Byington, John James, Daniel 
Kar>hner. 

Huron and Erie — Eleutheros Cook. 

Jefferson and Carroll — Matthew Atkin- 
son, Joseph Kithcart. 

Knox — Caleb J. McNulty. 

Lake — Simeon Fuller. 

Licking — Isaac Green, Jonathan Smith. 

Logan and Union — Wm. C. Lawrence. 

Lucas, Williams, Henry, Paulding, Put- 
nam, Van Wert, Allen and Hardin — 
John Watte rs, James B. Steed man. 

Medina and I^)rain — Lorenzo Warner, 
Albert A. Bliss. 

Miami, Darke, Mercer and Shelby — 
Justin Hamilton, Joseph U[>degraff, 
Isaac N. Gard. 

Monroe — ('ornolius Okey. 

Montgomery — Silas H. Smith, Robert 0. 
Schenck. « 

Morgan, Perry and Washington — Dan*l 
Kelley. Truxton Lyon. 

Muskingum — David Chambers, Charles 
Bo wen. 

Pickaway — Joseph Olds. 

Portage — John Streaior. 

Preble — Joseph S. Hawkins. 



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105 



XL. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Rcpresentatkes. 



Rich land — Tas. P. Henderson, Riclinrd 

W. Cahill. 
^?eneca, Sandusky, Wood, Hancock and 

Ottawa — Amos K. Wood, George W. 

Baird. 
Stark — Enos Raflfensperger. 



Summit — Rufus P. S]>alding, Simon 

Perkins, jr. 
Trumbull — John Brigpji*. 
Tuscarawas and Holmes — Jas. Hockin- 

berry, David McCounell. 
Warren — John Prnbnsco. jr. 
Wayne — Charles Wolcoti. 



XLI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-lS42-184r 



S(n}atf)rs. 



AdamsHighlaud and Fayette— ;William 

Robbins. 
Athens and Meigs— Abraham Van Vor- 

bcs. 
Belmont and HarriFon— Robt. H.Miller. 
Butler and Preble — Robeit Haztltine. 
Champaign, Logan a»jd Marion — Benj. 

Stanton. 
Clermont, Brown and Clinton — James 

Loudon. 
Columbiana — Charles M. Aten. 
Crawford, Delaware and Marion — Jos. 

McCutcheon. 
Franklin an J Clarke— Jos. Ridgway, jr. 
Gallia, Lawrence and Seioto — Simeon 

Nash. 
Geauga and Cuyahogn — Se.nbury Ford. 
Guernsey and Monroe — Wm. C.Walton. 
Hamilton — Jas. J. Farnn, Oliver Jones. 
Holmes and Tu^.carawas — Jacob B. 

Koch. 
Huron and Erie — John FuHer. 
Jefferson and CarroH— James Mitchell. 
Kdox and Coshocton — John Johnston. 



Luke and Ashtabula— Benj. F. Wade. 

Licking — James Parker. 

Lucas, Henry, Paulding, Putnam, Van 

Wert, Allen and Hardin — Jacob 

Clark. 
Medina and Lorain— Joslnh Harris. 
Miami, Dark, Mercer and Shelby — Jos. 

S. Updegraff. 
Montgomery — Joseph Barnett. 
Muskingum — James Henderson. 
Pickaway and Fairfield— Nelson Frjink- 

lin. 
Portage and Summit — John E. Jackson. 
Richland— Thomas W. Bartley. 
Ross, Pike, Jackson and Hocking — Allen 

Latham. 
Seneca, Sandusky, Wood, Ottawa and 

Hancock — Moses McAnelly. 
Stark— Samuel Lahm. 
Trumbull — Eben Newton. 
Warren and Greene — W^m. H. P. Denny. 
Washington, Morgan and Perry — Alex. 

McConnel, John Ritchey. 
Wayne — Charles WolcoU. 



Rej[)r€se7itative<s. 



Adams. Highland and Fayette— Robt. 
Robinson. 

Ashtabula— Jonathan Tuttle. 

Athens and Meigs — J. B. Ackley. 

Belmont — Thomas Pilcher. 

Butler— Joel B. McFarland, Jas. B.King. 

Champaign — William B. McCrea. 

Clarke and Madison — John M. Galla- 
gher, Isaac Houseman. 

Clerntont, Brown, and Clintons-David 
F'iKher, Thomas Ross, Moses Rees, 
John D. White. 

Columbiana — John Martin, John Reid. 

Coshocton — Jesse Meredith. 

Cuynhoga — Thomas M. Kelley. 

Delaware, Marion and Crawford — Isaac 
E. James, George W. Sharp. 



Fairfield— John Chaney, William Mc- 

Clung. 
Franklin — Joseph Chenowith. 
Gallia, Scioto and Lawrence — Hiram 

Campbell. 
Geauga— John P. Converse. 
Greene — John Fudge. 
Guernsey — William Douglass. 
Highland — John A. Smitb. 
Hamilton — Israel Brown, Archibald 

Gordon, William Wakefield. 
Harrison — John Gruber. 
Hockinff, Ross, Pike and Jackson — Le- 

Grand Byington, Elihu Johnson, 

William Nelson. 
Huron and Erie — Samuel Atherton. 



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XLI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Representatives, 



Jefferson and Carroll— Nathaniel Dike, 
Isaac Atkinson. 

Knox— Caleb J. McNulty, Nicholas 
Spindler. 

Lake — Simeon Fuller. 

Licking — Isajic Green, Phelps Humph- 
rey. 

Logan and Union — Otawa Curry. 

LuenSy Williams, Henry, Paulding, Put- 
nam, Van Wert, Allen and Hardin — 
James B. Steed man, Gil man C. Mud- 
gett. 

Medina and Lorain — Richaid Warner. 

Miami, Darke, Mercer and Shelby — 
Jacob County, John McClure. 

Monroe — Cornelius Okey. 

Morgan — John C. Clark. 

Montgomery — Robert C. Schenck. 

Muskingum — David Chambers, Charles 
Bowen. 



il 



Perry— Daniel Kelly. 

Pickaway — Edson B. Olds. 

Portage— Thos. Earl. SamM H. Pardee. 

Preble — Newton Larsh. 

Richltind- James P. Henders^on, Rich- 
ard W. Cahill. 

Seneca, Sandusky, Wood, Ottawa and 
Hancock — George W. Baird, Henry 
C. Brish. 

Stark— Jas. Kilgore, Rodolphus Martin. 

Summit — Amos Seward. 

Trumbull— Jacob H. Baldwin, Nathan 
Webb. 

Tuscarawas and Holmes — David Mc- 
Connell. 

Warren — John Probasco, jr. 

Washington— George M. Woodbridge. 

Wayne— John Larwell, Joseph Wilford. 



XLH. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1843-1844. 
Senators, 



Adams, Highland and Fayette— John 
M. Bar re re. 

Adams and Meigs — Abraham Van 
Vorhes. 

Ashtabula and Lake — Wm. L. Perkins. 

Belmont and Harrison— Robert H. Mil- 
ler. 

Butler and Preble— Robert Hazeltine. 

Champaign, I^ogan and Union — John 
Gabriel, jr. 

Clermont, Brown and Clinton — Wm. H. 
Baldwin, James Loudon. 

Columbiana— Charles M. Aten. 

Crawford, Delaware and Marion — Jos. 
McCutcheon. 

Cuyahoga and Geauga — Moses Kelley. 

Franklin and Clarke — Joseph Ridg- 
way,jr. 

Gallia, Lawrence and Scioto — Moses 
Gregory. 

Guernsey and Monroe — William Arm- 
strong. 

Hamilton — Oliver Jones, David T. Dis- 
ney. 

Holmes and Tuscarawas — Jacob B. Koch. 

Huron and Erie— John Fuller. 



.Jefferson and Carroll — EphrainiR. Eck- 
ley. 

Kuox and Coshocton— John Johnson. 

Licki;ig — James Parker. 

Lucas, Williams, Henry, Paulding, Put- 
nam, Allen Van Wert and Hardin — 
John W. Watters. 

Medina and Lorain — Josiah Harris. 

Miami, Darke» Mercer and Shelby — Jos. 
S. Updegraff. 

Montgomery — Joseph Harnett. 

Muskingum — David Chambers. 

Pickaway and Fairfield — Nelson Frank- 
lin. 

Portage and Summit — John E. Jackson. 

Richland— Thomas W. Barlloy. 

Ro>:8, Pike, Hocking and Jackson — Jno. 
Crouse. jr. 

Seneca, Sandusky, Wood. Ottawa and 
Hancock — Moses Mc A nelly. 

Stark— Samuel Lahm. 

Trumbull— Eben Newton. 

Washington, Morgan and Perry — Aaron 
Johnson. 

Wayne— Charles Wolcott. 



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107 



XLII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives. 



Adams, Highland and Fayette— Hugh 

Means, Burnham Marlin. 
Ashtabula — Abner Kellogg. 
Athens and Meigs — Columbia Downing. 
Belmont — Samuel Dunn, Wm. R. Carle. 
Butler— Clark C. McMakin. 
Champaign — Joseph C. Brand. 
Clarke and Madison — John M. Gal- 
lagher, Aquilla Toland. 
Clermont, Brown and Clinton — William 
Roudebush, James F. Sargeant, John 
D. White. 
Coshocton — George A. McCleary. 
Columbiana — John Martin, Robert Fil- 

son. 
Cuyahoga — David Harvey, Samuel Mc- 

Ilrath. 
Delaware, Marion and Crawford— John 

Carey, William Smart. 
Fairfield — Jacob Greene, Joseph Sharp. 
Franklin — Samuel Parsons, Cornelius 

Crum. 
Gallia, Lawrence and Scioto— Joseph J. 

Coombs. 
Geauga— Alfred Phelps. 
Greene— John Kiler. 
Guernsey — William Lawrence. 
Hamilton — James H. Ewing, William 

Wakefield, John Snyder. 
Harrison — William McFarland. 
Huron and Erie — Samuel Atherton. 
Jefferson and Carroll- Smiley H. John- 
son, Leonard Harsh, Isaac Shane. 
Kdox— William Smith. 
Lake— John F. Morse. 
Licking — Samuel White, Daniel Dun- 
can. 



Logan and Union — William McBeth. 

Lorain— Sylvan us Pnrmely. 

Lucas, Williams, Pauldinjij, Henry, Put- 
nam, Allen, Van Wert and Hardin — 
Sidney S. Sprnpiu* 

Medina — Richard Warner. 

Miami, Darke, Mercer and Shelby — 
David Alexander, James Brvson, Jas. 
W. Riley. 

Monroe — Edward Archbold. 

Montgomery — Henry S. Gunckel. 

Muskingum — Joseph Fisher, Davis 
Johns. 

Pickaway — John K. Vanmeter. 

Portage— Plimman C. Bennett. 

Preble — Joseph S. Hawkins. 

Richland — John C. Myers, Isaac Het- 
lick. 

Ross, Hocking, Pike and Jackson — Wes- 
ley Claypool, Joseph Kaler, Asa R. 
Cassidy. 

Seneca, Sandiwky, Hancock, Wood and 
Ottawa— William B. Craighill, Sam'l 
Waggoner. 

Summit— Aug. E. Foot, John H. Mc- 
Millan. 

Stark— James Kilgore. 

Tuscarawas and Holmes — Edwin R. 
Guiberson, Richard Hewitt. 

Trumbull — Henry Manning, Asaher 
Medberry. 

Warren — Edward Noble. 

Washington, Morgan and Perry — Wm. 
Glines, John C. Clark. 

Wayne— Peter Willoz. 



XLIIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1844-1845. 



Senators. 



Adams and Highland — Jno. M. Bar re re. 
Ashtabula and Lake — Wm. L. Perkins. 
Athens and Meigs — Abr'm Van Vorhes. 
^ Belmont and Harrison— RoVt H. Miller. 
Butler and Preble — James B. King. 
Champaign, Logan and Union — John 

Gabriel, jr. 
Clermont, Brown and Clinton— James 

Loudon, William H. Baldwin. 
Columbiana — Charles M. Aten. 
Cuvahoga and Geauga — Moses Kelley. 
Delaware and Marion— Thos. W. Powell. 
Franklin, Madison and Clarke — Alfred 

Kelley. 
Gallia, Lawrence and Scioto — Moses 

Gregory. 



Guernsey and Monroe — William Arm- 
strong. 

Hamilton — David T. Disucy, Oliver 
Jones. 

Huron and Erie- John 11. Osborn. 

Jefferson and Carroll— Eph'm R.Eckley. 

Jefferson and Harrison— Jno. Hastings. 

Knox and Holmes —J .icob B. Koch. 

Licking — Willard Warner. 

Lucas, Wood, Hancock and Ottawa — 
Charles W. O'Neal. 

Luca«, WilliamH, Paulding, Henry, Put- 
nam, Alien, Van Wert and Hardin— 
John W. Watters. 

Medina and Ijorain — John Codding. 



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XLIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Setmfors, 



Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 

OTerral. 
Montgomery and Warren — Charles 

Anderson. 
Muskingum — David Chambers. 
Pickaway and Fairfield — John Cheney. 
Portage and Summit — Wm. Wetmore. 
Richland— Thomas W . Hartley. 



Ross, Pike, Jackson and Hockirig — John 

Orouse, jr. 
Sandusky, Seneca and Crawford — Amos 

E. Wood. 
Stark— Daniel Groff. 
Trumbull — ^Samuel Quinhy. 
Washington, Morgan and Perry — Aaron 

Johnson. 
Wayne — Levi Cox. 



Repreisenlatives. 



Adams and Piko — Joseph M. Britton. 

Ashtabula — Brewnter Randall. 

Athens aLd Meigs— Columbia Downing. 

Belmont — Benjamin S. Cowan, Peter 
Tallman. 

Brown— John J. Higgins. 

Butler — M.C. McMakin, Fergus Ander- 
son. 

Carroll— Robert McEIderry. 

Champaign — Ira Bean. 

Clarke — John M. Gallagher. 

Clermont— William Roudebush. 

Columbiana — Robert Fit^on. 

Coshocton — Heslip Williams. 

Crawford— Samuel S. Caldwell. 

Cuyahoga — David Harvey, John M. 
Woolsev. 

Delaware and Marion — Jas. B. Shaw. 

Fairfield — David H Swartz, Andrew 
Foust. 

Fayette and Clinton — Robert Dobbins. 

Franklin and Madison — Joseph Ridg- 
way, jr., Charles McCloud. 

Geauga— Seabury Ford. 

Greene — Elias F. Drake.. 

Guernsey — William Skinner. 

Guernsey and Coshocton — Jesse Mere- 
dith. 

Hamilton — Israel Brown, Chas. Reeme- 
lin, James H. Ewing, Jacob Flinn. 

Hardin and Logan — John F. Henkle. 

Harrison — Jacob Lemmon. 

Highland — Ezekiel Brown. 

Holmes— Edwin R. Guiberson. 

Huron and Erie— Benjamin Summers. 

Gallia and Jackson — Joseph J. Coombs. 



1 1 Jeflerson — Ezekiel Harris. 

I Knox — Jas. McFarland, Geo. Ankeny. 

" Lake— Abel Kimball. 

Licking— Presley N. O'Bannan. 
I Lorain — Nathan P. Johnson. 
!■ Medina — Earl Moulton. 
ji Mercer, Allen and Van Wert— Isaac 
j, Spear. 
! Miami — David H. Morris. 

Monroe — Edward Arch bold. 

Montgomery— William J. McKinney, 
Henry 8. Gunckel. 

Morpm- Daniel Chandler. 
:i Muskingum — Davis Johns. 

Perry — James Brown. 
r Pickaway — James E. Vanmeter. 

P«»rtage --Robert F. Paine. 

Preble— David Barnett. 

Putnam, Pauldinjr, Williams and Henry 
— Ezra S. Dodd. 

Richland — I^iac Hetrick, J. C. Myers. 

RosH and Hocking — Joseph Kaler. 
I Sandusky — John Bell. 
I Seneca — Henry Crouise. 

Scioto and Lawrence — Wm. Old field. 
' Slielby and Darke — Isjiac Hostetter. 

Stark— George ]Miller, Guy M. Kings- 
bury. 

Summit —George Kirknen. 

Trumbull — Buel Barnes. 

TuscMrawjis— Alden L Bennett. 

Warren— Edward NobJe. 
'■: Wa-shington — William P. Cutler. 

Wayne — John Brown. 

Wood, Lucas, Hancock and Ottawa- 
Elijah Huntington. 



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XLIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-1845-1846. 



Senators' 



Adams, HighlaDd and Fayette — Til- 
berry Reid. 

Allen, Putnam, Mercer, Van Wert, 
Paulding, Defiance, Williams and 
Henry- Alfred P. Edgerton. 

Athens and Meigs — John Welsh. 

Belmont and Monroe — Benj. Mackall. 

Brown and Clermont — Douty Utter. 

Butler and Preble — James B. King. 

Carroll and Tuscarawas— Ephraim R. 
Eckley. 

Columbiana — John Martin. 

Cuyahoga and Geauga— Seabury Ford. 

Delaware and Marion— Thos. W.Powell. 

Fairfield and Pickaway — John Chaney. 

Franklin, Madison and Clarke — Alfred 
Kellev. 

Gallia, Jackson, Lawrence and Scioto— 
J. J. Coombs. 

Greene, Fayette and Clinton — Burnham 
Martin. 

Guernsey and Coshocton — French W. 
Thomhill. 

Hamilton — Oliver Jones, James H. 
Ewing. 

Huron and Erie^ — John R. Osbom. 



Jefferson and Harrison — John Hastings. 

Knox and Holmes— Jacob B. Koch. 

Lake and Ashtabula — Wm. L. Perkins. 

Licking — Willard Warner. 

Logan, Champaign, Union and Hardin 
— Ira A. Bean. 

Lucas, Wood, Hancock and Ottawa — 
Charles W. O'Neal. 

Medina and Lorain — John Codding. 

Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 
OTerral. 

Montgomery and Warren — Charles An- 
derson. 

Muskingum — Charles B. Goddard. 

Perry, Morgan and Washington — Rufus 
E. Harte. 

Portage and Summit — William Wet- 
more. 

Richland — Joseph Newman. 

Ross and Hocking— John Madeira. 

Sanduskv, Seneca and Crawford — Amos 
E. Wood. 

Stark— Daniel Groff. 

Trunjbull — Samuel Quinby. 

Wayne — Levi Cox. 



Representatives, 



Adams — Daniel Cockerill. 

Ashtabula — Brewster Randall. 

Athens and Meigs — Thomas Irwin. 

Belmont — Benjamin S. Cowen. 

Brown — John J. Higgins. 

Butler — Fergus Anderson. 

Carroll— John Riley. 

Champaign and Union — Willam Richey. 

Clarke — Samson Mason. 

Clermont — David Dial. 

Columbiana — Clement L. Vallandig- 
ham, Joseph F. Williams. 

Coshocton — Heslip Williams. 

Crawford and Wyandot — Michael 
Brackley. 

Cuyahoga — David Harvejr. 

Darke and Shelby — Ezekiel Thomas. 

Delaware and Marion — James B. Shaw. 

Fairfield — Andrew Foust, David H. 
Swartz. 

Franklin and Madison— Jos. Ridgway, 
jr., Edward Fitzgerald. 

Gallia and Jackson — Martin Owens. 

Geauga — Alfred Phelps. 

Greene— Elias F. Drake. 

Guernsey — Thomas W. Tipton. 

Hamilton — John McMakin, Charles 
Reemelin, Thomas J. Gallagher, Ja- 
cob Flinn. 



Hancock, Lucas, Wood and Ottawa — 

Lyman Parcher. 
Hardin and Logan — Richard S. Canby. 
Harrison — Jacob Lemmon. 
Highland— William H. Trimble. 
Holmes — John Sharp. 
Huron and Erie — Benjamin Summers. 
Jefferson — James G. Allen. 
Knox— William H. Smith. 
Lake — Abel Kimball. 
Licking— Seth S. Wright, E. L. Smith. 
Lorain — Nathan P. Johnson. 
Medina — Earl Moulton. 
Mercer, Allen and Van Wert — Michael 

Leatherman. 
Miami— Stephen Johnston. 
Monroe — Joel Yost. 
Morgan — Jordan Betts. 
Montgomery — Thomas Brown, James 

F. Hibbard. 
Muskingum — Edward Ball, John 

Trimble. 
Perry — James Brown. 
Pickaway — Edson B. Olds. 
Portage — Thomas C. Slireve. 
Portage and Summit — David Mcintosh. 
Preble — William C'urry. 
Putnam, Paulding, Vvilliams, Henry 

and Defiance — Horace S. Knapp. 



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XLIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Representatives, 



Richland — Alexander Abernathy, Jaa. 

Comings. 
Ross and Hocking-— James GibsoD. 
Sandusky — John Bell. 
Scioto and Lawrence — Timothy R. 

Stanley. 
Seneca — Daniel Brown. 



j Stark — Samuel Stover. 

! Summit — Hiram Bowen. 

I Trumbull — Buel Barnes, Henry Boyd. 

I Tuscarawas — Benjamin P. Ferguson. 

1 Warren — Edward Noble. 

i Washington — William P. Cutler. 

I Wayne— Michael Totten, Jos. Willford. 



XLV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1846-1847. 



Senators. 



Adams, Pike and Highland— Tilberry 

Reid. 
Allen, Putnam, Mercer, Van Wert. 

Paulding, Defiance, Williams and 

Henry — Alfred P. Edgerton. 
Athens and Meigs — John Welch. 
Belmont and Monroe — Benj. Mackall. 
Brown and Clermont — Douty Utter. 
Butler and Preble — James B. King. 
Carroll and Tuscarawas — Ephraim R. 

Eckley. 
Columbiana— John Martin. 
Cuyahoga and Geauga— Seabury Ford. 
Delaware and Marion— James Eaton.* 
Fairfield and Pickaway— Edson B. Olds. 
Franklin, Clarke and Madiaou — Jennet 

Stutson. 
Gallia, Jackson, Scioto and Lawrence — 

Joseph J. Coombs. 
Greene, Fayette and Clinton— Burnham 

Martin. 
Guernsey and Coshocton — French W. 

Thornhill. 
Hamilton— James H. Ewing, Charles 

Reemelin. 
Huron and Erie— Charles P. Squire. 



Jefibriion and Harrison — ^John Hastings. 

Knox and Holmes — Nicholas Spindler. 

Lake and Ashtabula— Wm. L. Perkins. 

Licking — Samuel Wine^amer. 

Logan, Champaign, Union and Hardin 
— Ira A. Bean. 

Lorain and Medina — Nathan P. Johnson. 

Lucas, Wood, Hancock and Ottawa — 
Jesse Wheeler. 

Miami, Darke and Shelby — William M. 
Wilson. 

Montgomery aud Warren — John Hop- 
kins. 

Muskingum — Charles B. Goddard. 

Richland — Joseph Newman. 

Ross and Hocking — John Madeira. 

Sandusky, Seneca, Wyandot and Craw- 
ford — Henry Cronise.. 

Stark — John Graham. 

Summit and Portage — Asahel H. Lewis. 

Trumbull and part of Mahoning — John 
F. Beaver. 

Washington, Morgan and Perry — Rufus 
E. Harte. 

Wayne— Joseph Willford. 



Representatives. 



Adams and Pike — John P. Bloomhuff. 
Ashtabula — Nathan Owen. 
Athens and Meigs — Horace S. Horton. 
Belmont — John 0. Kerr, Wm. Hogue. 
Brown — Andrew Ellison. 
Butler — John Clark, Thomas G. Berry. 
Carroll — John Beatty. 
Champaign and Union — Wm. Richie. 
Clarke — l^amuel B. Williams. 
Clermont — David Dial. 
Columbiana — Clement L. Vallandig- 
ham. 



Coshocton — Joseph Williams. 
Coshocton and Gruernsey — James Mc- 

Mahon. 
Crawford and Wyandot — Geo. Donnen- 

worth. 
Cuvahoga — Franklin T. Backus, Theo- 

d,ore Breck. 
Darke and Shelby — John S. Purviancse, 
Delaware and Marion — Timothy B. 

Fisher. 
Fayette and Clinton — Franklin Gorwin. 
Fairfield — Salmon Shaw, David Lyle. 



iVlce Francis Horr, deceased. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



Ill 



XLV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives, 



Franklin and Madison — John Noble, 
Jeremiah Clark. 

Gallia and- Jackson — Alex. Poor. 

Greau^ — Anson Matthews. 

Greene — John Kiler. 

Guernsey — Newell Kennon. 

Hamilton— Wm. S. Smith, Wm. F. Con- 
verse, Jno. McMakin, Jno. B. Warren. 

Hardin and I^ogan — William Lawrence. 

Harrison — Samuel A. Rustiell. 

Hiehland— William H. Trimble. 

Holmes — John Sharp 

Huron and Erie — Joseph C. Curtis. 

Jefferson — Findley B. McGrew. 

Koox — James McFarland, Emmit W. 
Cotton. 

Lake — I^<aac Moore. 

Licking — Jonathan Smith. 

Lorain — Elah Park. 

Lucas, Wood, Hancock and Ottawa- 
John McMahan. 
Mercer, Allen and Van Wert — Phillip 

J. Hinea. 
Medina — Harrison G. Blake. 



Miami — Joseph Potter. 

Monroe — Joel Yost. 

Montgomery — Thomas Brown, James F. 

Hibbard. 
Morgan — John White. 
Muskingum — John Trimble. 
Perry— Isaac Larimer. 
Pickaway — George Tallman. 
Portage — Luther Russell. 
Preble— L. W. Whitridge. 
Putnam, Paulding, Henry, Williams 

and Defiance — Benj. F. Metcalf. 
Richland — Joseph Musgrave. 
Ross and Hocking — Joseph Kaler. 
Sandusky — Matthew M. Coe. 
Scioto and Lawrence — John A. Turley. 
Seneca — Warren P. Noble. 
Stark — George Harsh, Jolin S. Cock. 
Summit — Alexander Johnson. 
Trumbull — Joseph Truesdale. 
Tuscarawas — Allen L Bennett. 
Warren — Robert Wilson. 
W^ashington — William P. Cutler. 
Wayne — George Emery. 



XLVL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1847-1848. 



Senators, 



AdHms,Highland and Pike — J.R. Emrie. 
Allen, Putnam, Mercer, Van Wert, 

Paulding, Henry, Defiance and Wil- 

lianiH — Snbirt Scott. 
Ashtabula and Lake — Brewster Randal 1 
Athens and Meiga — Horace S. Horton. 
Belmont and Monroe — Edward Aich- 

bold. 
Butler and Preble — James B. King. 
Cairoii and Tuscarawas — A. J. Bennett. 
Champaign, Union, Logan and Hardin 

—Joshua Judy. 
Clermont and Brown — Benjamin Evans. 
Clinton, Fayette and Gieene — Franklin 

Corwin. 
Columbiana — Fisher A. Blocksom. 
Cuyahoga and Geauga — Frank T. 

Backus. 
Delaware and Marion— James Eaton. 
Fairfield and Pickaway— Edson B. Olds. 
Franklin, Clarke and Madison— Jennet 

Siutiion. 
Gallia, Lawrence, Scioto, etc. — William 

Kendall. 
Goernaey and Coshocton — Peter B. 

Ankeny. 



Hamilton — Charles Reemelin, James H. 
Ewing. 

Huron and Erie — Thomas Hamilton. 

Jefferson and Harrison — John Hastings. 

Knox — Nicholas Spindler. 

Licking — Samuel Winegarner. 

Lorain and Medina — Nathan P. John- 
son. 

Lucas, W^ood, Ottawa and Hancock — 
Jesse Wheeler. 

Miami, Darke and Shelby— William M. 
Wilson. 

Montgomery and Warren — John Hoj)- 
kins. 

Muskingum— Charles B. Goddard. 

Richland — Barnabas Burns. 

Ross aiui Hoi:king — Wesley Claypool. 

Sandusky, Seneca, Wyandot and Craw- 
ford — flnnry Croniw. 

Stark — John Graham. 

Summit and Portage — Asael H. Lewis. 

Trumbull — John T. Beaver. 

Washington, Morgan and Perry — Isaac 
Haines. 

Wayne — Andrew H. Byers.* 



lyioe Joseph Wilford, resigned. 



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XLVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY—Continued. 
Representatives. 



Adam8 and Pike — Amos Corwine. 

Ashtabula— Stephen H. Farrington. 

Athens and Meigs — Robert G. McLean. 

Belmont — Miller Pennington. 

Brown — James H. Smith. 

Butler — John Clark. 

Carroll — George Hardesty. 

Champaign and Union — Jesse C. Phil- 
lips. 

Clarke — Charles Anthony. 

Clermont — Slieplierd F. Norris. 

Clermont and Brown — James C. Ken- 
nedy. 

Clinton and Fayette — James Crothers. 

Columbiana — James Pattou, Joseph F. 
Williams. 

Coshocton — Joseph Williams. 

Crawford and Wyandot — Michael 
Brachley. 

Cuyahoga— Theodore Breck. 

Darke and Shelby— Jacob S. Conklin. 

Delaware and >larion — Albert Mc- 
Wricht. 

Fairfield— Salmon Shaw, David Lyle. 

Franklin and Madison — Aaron F.Perry, 
George Taylor. 

Gallia and Jackson — Anselm T. Hol- 
comb. 

Geauga — Anson Matthews. 

Greene— Elias F. Drake. 

Guernsey — William Morrow. 

Hamilton — Edward L. Armstrong, Wil- 
liam F. Converse, William 8. Smith, 
John B. Warren. 

Harrison — Samuel A. Russell. 

Highland— William H. Trimble. 

Holmes — Jacob Vorhes. 

Huron and Erie — Samuel Atherton. 

Jefferson — James McKinney. 



Knox— Emmet W. Cotton. 
Lake— Abel Kimball. 
Licking — Robert Fristoe. 
Logan and Harding — Wm. Lawrenoe. 
Lorain — Elah Park. 
Lucas, Wood, Ottawa and Hancock- 
Emery D. Potter. 
Medina — Harrison G. Blake. 
Mercer, Allen and Van Wert — Cyrenos 

Elliott. 
Miami — Washington A. Weston. 
Monroe — William Johnson. 
Montgomery — Daniel A. Haynes, Thos. 

Dodds. 
Morgan — Israel Robinson. John Bain. 
Muskingum— A. S. B. Cuibertson, Abel 

S. Randall. 
Perry — John Leidy. 
Pickaway — Thomas Huston. 
Portage— William Coolman. 
Portage and Summit — Amos Seward. 
Preble — Joseph S. Hawkins. 
Putnam, Paulding, Henry, Williams 

and Defiance — Nathan M. Landis. 
Richland — Joseph Musgrave, Daniel 

Brewer. 
Ross and Hocking — Joseph A. Qreen. 
Sandusky — Matthew S. Coe. 
Seneca— Warren P. Noble. 
Scioto and Lawrence — Elias Nigh. 
Stark— John S. Cock. 
Summit— Peter Voris. 
Trumbull — Joseph Truesdale, John 

Harrington. 
Tuscarawas — Ezra Brainard. 
Warren — Robert Wilson. 
Washington — George W. Barker. 
Wayne — Michael Totten. 



XLVIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1848-1849. 



Senators, 



Adams,Highland and Pike— J. R.Emrie. 

Allen, Mercer, Van Wert, Putnam, 
Paulding, Defiance, Williams and 
Henry — Sabirt Scott. 

AshtabulaandLxike— Brewster Randall. 

Athens and Meigs— Horace S. Horton. 

Belmont and Monroe — Edward Arch- 
bold. 

Butler — Valentine Chase. 

Carroll and Tuscarawar* — A. G. Bennet. 

Champaign and Clarke — Harvey Vinal 

Champaign, Logan, Union and Hardin 
-AJoshua Judy. 



Clermont and Brown — Benj. Evans. 

Clinton, Fayettte and Greene — Frank- 
lin Corwin. 

Columbiana — Fisher A. Blocksom. 

Cuyahoga and Geauga — F. T. Backus. 

Fairfield, Perry and Hocking — Henry 
C. Whitman. 

Franklin and Delaware — William Den- 
nisou, jr. 

Gallia, Lawrence, Jackson and Scioto — 
William Kendall. 

Guernsey and Coshocton — P. B. Ank- 
ney. 



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XL VII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Senatorif. 



Hamilton — James H. Ewing/John H. 

DobbH. 
Huron and Erie — Sam'l C. Worcester, 
•lefferson and Harrison — Pinckney 

Lewis. 
Knox and Holmes — Asa G. Dimmock. 
Licking — Samuel Patterson. 
Lucas, Henry, Wood, Sandusky and 

Ottawa — James Myers. 
Medina and Lorain — Harrison G. 

Blake. 
Miami, Darke and Shelby — J. S. 

Conklin. 



Montgomery and Preble — George D. 

Hendrickijt. 
iMuA'ingum — Charles B. Goddard. 
Portage and Summit — Lucian Swift. 
Richland — Barnabas Burns. 
Ross and Hocking — Wesley Claypool. 
Seneca, Hancock and Wyandot — Joel 

W. WiUon. 
Stark— John Graham. 
Trumbull and Geauga — Jno. F. Beaver. 
Washington, Morgan and Perry — Isaac 

Haines. 
Wayne and Ashtabula — Andrew H. 

Byers. 



Re})resenUUivc8. 



.\dams and Pike — Daniel Cockerill. 
Allen, Mercer and Auglaize — Samuel 

R. Mott. 
.\fthtabula and Lake — John F. Morse, 

Norman L. Chaffee. 
Athens and Meigs — Joseph K. Will. 
Belmont— Miller I^nnington. 
Belmont and Guernsey — Samuel Big-^er. 
Batler— Joseph D. Ring wood. 
Brown — James H. Smith. 
Champaign, Clarke and Madison — 

Jesse C. Phillips, Henry W. Smith. 
Clermont — Shepherd F. Norris. 
Clinton — Alanson Jones. 
CMhoctou— James M. Burt. 
Columbiana — David King. 
Cuyahoga — Leaverett Johnson. 
Dtrke and Shelby — Luther Monfort. 
Delaware — Alvan Thompson. 
Fairfield— Daniel Keller. 
Fayette and Highland — Hugh Smart. 
Franklin — James Dnlzell. 
Franklin and Delaware — DavidGregory. 
Greene — Roswell F. Howard. 
Guernsey — William Morrow. 
Htmilton — George E. Pugh, Alexander 

N. Pierce, Henry Roedter, Alexander 

Long. Edward L. Armstrong. 
HtDcockand Wyandot— M.C.Whiteley. 
Henry and Luca^ — Freeborn Potter. 
Hocking, Perry and Fairfield — Isaac 

Lirimer. 
Huron and Erie — George Reber. 
Jackson and Gallia— Hezekiah S.Bundy. 
Jicka&n, Gallia, Athens and Meigs— 

Ansel m T. Holcomb. 
Jefierson — Andrew Sc6tt. 



Knox and Holmes — Jacob Vorhes, Law- 
rence Van Buskirk. 

Licking — Robert B. Truman. 

Logan and Hardin — Samuel Watt. 

Lorain — Norton S. Townshehd. 

Mahoning— James Moore. 

Medina — James C. Johnson. 

Miami — Tanzy Julian. 

Monroe — James R. Morris. 

Morgan — William Durbin. 

M(migomery — Luther Giddings. 

Montgomery and Preble— Rich'd Green. 

Muskingum — Abel Randall. 

Perry and Hocking — David Dresbach. 

Portage— George Sheldon. 

Preble — Felix Mnrsh. 

Putnam, Paulding, Defiance, Williams 
and Van Wert— Charles P. Edson. 

Richland and Crawford — SamU Myers, 
Daniel Brewer. 

Ross and Pickaway — Chauncey N. Olds, 
.John Foster. 

Sandusky, Wood and Ottawa — Isaac 
Van Doren. 

Seneca — John G. Breslin. 

Scioto and Lawrence — Joshua Harable- 
ton. 

Stark — Benjamin F. I/citer. 

Summit — Samuel W. McClure. 

Trumbull and Geauga — Isaac Lee, Al- 
bert G. Riddle. 

Tuscarawasand Carroll— Ezra Brainard, 
George Hardesty. 

Union and Marion — Jo?iah S. Copeland. 

Warren— John A. Dodds. 

Washington— Se I h Woodford. 

Wayne and Ashland— Abraham Franks, 
jr., Jacob Miller. 



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XLVIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-1849-1850. 



Senators. 



Adams, Lawrence, Pike and Scioto — 
William Salter. 

Allen, Mercer, Auglaize, Van Wert, 
Paulding, Defiance and Williams — 
James CunninKbam. 

A«h tabula and Lake — Brewster Randall. 

Belmont and Monroe — Wm. P. 8impj!on. 

Butler — Valentine Chase. 

Champaii^n, Clarke and Madipon — Har- 
vey Vinal. 

Clermontand Brown— William Howard. 

Columbiana and Mahoning — Fisher A. 
Blocksom. 

Coshocton and Guernsey — Andrew Fer- 
guson. 

Cuyahoga — Henry R. Payne. 

Fairfield, Perry and Hocking — Henry 
C. Whitman. 

Franklin and Delaware— William Den- 
nison, jr. 

Hamilton— John H. Dubbs, William F. 
Johnson.* 

Highland and Fayette— Rucl Beeson. 

Huron and Erie— Samuel T. Worcester. 

Jackson, Cfallia, Athens and Meigs — 
Hora '• S. Horton. 

Jeflerson and Harrison — Pinckney 
Lewis. 



!' Knox and Holmes— Asa G. Dimmock* 

I Licking — Samuel Patterson. 

:| Lo^an, Hardin, Union and Marion— 
r William Lawrence. 

I I Lucas, Henry, Wood, Sandusky and 
j' Ottawa— James Myers. 

I Medina and Lorain — Harrison G.Blake. 
I Miami, Darke and Shelby — Jacob 8. 
I Conklin. 

I Montgomery and ' Preble — George D. 
!| Hend licks. 

I Muskingum — Charles C. Converse. 
I, Portage and Summit — Lucian Swift. 
Richland and Crawford — Barnabts 

Burns. 
Ross and Pickaway — Cbauncey N.Olds. 
Seneca, Hancock and Wyandot — Joel 

W. Wilson. 
Stark — John Graham. 
Trumbull and G«auga— Jno. F. Beaver. 
Tuscarawas and Carroll — Ephraim R. 

Eckley. 
Warren, Greene and Clinton — Aaron 

Harlan. 
Wayne and Ashland — Andrew H. 
Byers. 



i| 



Representatives. 



Adams and Pike — Jacob Taylor 

Ashtabula and Lake — C. W. Ensign, 
Henry Kruni. 

Athens and Meigs — Joseph K. Will. 

Belmont — John A. Weyer. 

Belmont and Guernsey — Hugh Mc- 
Neeley. 

Brown — Enos B. Fee. 

Butler— M. T. Martin. 

Carroll and Tuscarawas — John Manful, 
Thomas J. Frazier. 

Chami aign, Clark and Madison — John 
D. Burnett, Henry W. Smith. 

Clermont — Dennis Smith. 

Clinton — James F. Patton. 

Columbiana — John M. Gillman. 

C )sh(K!t()n — James M. Burt. 

Cuvalic:ra — John Gill. 

Darke ana Sue 1 by — George Ward. 

Delaware — James R Hubbell. 

Delaware and Franklin — Elijah Carney. 

Fairfield — Daniel Keller. 

Fail field, Perry and Hocking — Napo- 
leon B. Colburn. 

Franklin— James Dalzell. 

Gallia, Jackson, Athens and Meigs — 
Anselm T. Holcomb. 



Greene— William B Fairchlld. 

Guernsey — Matthew Gaston. 

Jackson and Gallia — J(»8eph W. Boas. 

Hamilton — Alexander Long, John Ben- 
nett, Henry Roedter. 

Hancock and Wyandot — Machias C. 
Whiteley. 

Harrison — John Hammond. 

Highland and Fayette — Jacob T. Pugs- 
ley. 

Hocking and Perry — David Dreabach. 

Huron and Erie — Harvey Chase. 

Knox and Holmes — William Given, 
Ezekiel Boggs. 

Jefferson — James Russell. 

Lawrence and Scioto — James Rogers. 

Licking — Noah Reed. 

Logan and Hardin — Samuel Watt. 

Lorain — ^Joseph L. Whitton. 

Lucas and Henry — Morrison R. Waite. 

Mahoning — David Houston. 

Marion and Union — Josiah 8. Copeland. 

Mercer, Allen and Auglaize — ELenry 
Lipps. 

Medina — Philip Thompson. 

Miami — Joshua Worley. 

Monroe — William Johnston. 



^Contested, and seat given to Mr. Lewis Broadwell. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



115 



XLVIIl. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives. 



Montgomery — John Furnas. 
Montgomery and Preble — Richard 

Green. 
Muskingum — Edward Bull. 
Pickaway and Boss — Milton L. Clark, 

Samuel Lutz. 
Portage — George Sheldon, 
Preble— Joseph S. Hawkins. 
Richland and Crawford — Miller Moody, 

Samuel Myers. 
Sandusky, Wood and Ottawa— Eber 

Wilson. 



Seneca — John G. Brohlin. 

Stark — Beni.iniin F. Leiter. 

Summit — Henry B. Spelman. 

Trumbull and Geauga — John Hutchins, 
Albert G. Ridiile. 

Van Wert, Putnam, Defiance, and Wil- 
liams — Sidney jS. Sprague. 

\Varren — John A. Dodds. 

Washington— S. I h Wood lord. 

Wayne and Ashland — Abraham Franks, 
jr., George W. Bull. 



XLIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 18r>0-1 85 1. 
Senators, 



Adams, Lawrence, Pike and Scioto — 

Wm. Salter. 
Allen, Mercer, Auglaize, Van Wert, 

Putnam, Paulding, Defiance and Wil- 
liams—James Cunningham. 
ABhubuIaand I^ake — Brewster Randall. 
Belmont and Monroe — William P.Simp- 

8on. 
Batler— Jonathan Kilbourn. 
Champaign, Clarke and Madison — 

Harvey Vinal. 
Clermont and Brown — Wm. Howard. 
Colambiana and Mahoning — Fisher A. 

Blocksom. 
CoshocloD and Guernsey — Andrew 

Ferguson. 
Cnjahoga— Henry B. Payne. 
Fairfield, Perry and Hocking — Andrew 

Faust. 
Fnoklin and Delaware — Abraham 

Thompson. 
Hunilton — Lewis Broadwell, William 

S. Hatch. 
Highland and Fayette — Ruel Beeson. 
Heron and Erie— E^rl Bill. 
Jickson, Oallia, Athens and Meigs — 

Horace S. Horton. 
Jeferson and Harrison — Pinckney 

Lewis. 



Knox and Holmes— Lawrence Van 

Buskirk. 
Licking — John C. Alward. 
Logan, Hardin, Union and Marion — 

William riawiencc. 
Lucas, Wo(»d, Henry, Sandusky and 

Ottawa — James 31}er-. 
Medina and Ix)rain — 
Miami, Dark and Shelby — James H. 

Hart. 
Morgan and Washington — George W. 

Parker. 
Montgomery and Preble— Moses B. 

Walker. 
Mu!*kingum— Charles C. Converse. . 
Portage and Sammit — DariuH Lyman. 
Richland and Crawford — Barnabas 

Burns. 
Ross and Pickaway — Joseph H. Geiger.^ 
Seneca, Hancock and Wyandot— Mich'l 

Brack ley. 
Stark— John Sehertzer. 
Trumbull and Geauga— Milton Sutliff. 
Tuscarawas and Carroll— Ephraim R. 

Eckley. 
Warren, Greene and Clinton— David 

Linton.' 
Wayne and Ashland — George W. Bull. 



Representatives. 



AdamM and Pike — John M. Smith. 
Aihtabula and Lake— njohn F. Morse, 

Samuel Plumb. 
Athens and Meigs — Nelson H. Van 

Vorhes. 
Athens, Mein, Gallia and Jackson — 

Hexekiah S. Bandy. 



Belmont— Archibald C. Ramage. 
Belmont and Guernsey — Jas. J. Grimes. 
Brown — Enos B. Fee. 
Butler — John Carr. 
Carroll and Tuscarawas — Thomas J. 
Frazier, John H. Tripp. 



>Yite Chauneey N. Olds, resigned. 
*Vioe Aaron Harlan, resigned. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



XLIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives, 



Champaign, Clarke and Madison— John 
D. Burnett, James Rayburn. 

Clermont — Dennis Smith. 

Clinton — Robert B. Harlan. 

Columbiana — Philip March. 

Coshocton — Timothy C. Condit. 

Cuyahoga — Samuel Williamson. 

Darke and Shelby — John Lenox. 

Delaware — Joseph Keene. 

Delaware and Franklin — Wray Thomas. 

Fairfield — Cliristian Baker. 

Fairfield, Perry and Hocking — Napo- 
leon B. Col burn. 

Franklin — Charles L. E:iton. 

Gallia — Pennell Cherrington. 

Greene — William B Fairchild. 

Guernsey — Alexander Mitchel'. 

Hamilton — Peter Zinn, Jam^s Iliff, 
John Bennett, John Schiff, Andrew 
Davidson. 

Hancock and Wyandot — Henry Bishop. 

Harrison — Mai shall McCall. 

Highland and Fayette — Otto Williams. 

Hocking and Perry — Charles W.James. 

Holmes and Knox — Eli Glasgo, Samuel 
F. Gilcrist. 

Huron and Erie — De Mori is Pratt. 

Jefferson — David JolniFon. 

Licking — Richard H. Yates. 

Logan and Hardin — Oden Hayes. 

Lorain— Hiram Thompson. 

Lucas — Samuel H. Steedman. 



Mahoning— George Pow. 

Marion and Union — Philander B. Cole. 

Medina — James C. Johnson. 

Mercer, Allen and Auglaize— William 

Blackburn. 
Miami — Henry S. Mayo. 
Monroe— James Okey. 
Montgomery — Thomas Dodds. 
Montgomery .ind Preble — John E. 

Thorn a.-*. 
Morgan — Ezra McKee. 
Muskingum — William Morgan. 
Portage — Lorin Bigelow. 
Preble — Beniah H. Alexnnder. 
Putnam, Van Wert, Paulding, Defiance 

and Williams — William H. Snook. 
Richland and Crawford — William Bush- 

nell, Clark H. Ward. 
Roi*8 and Pickaway — John Cochran, 

Matthew H. Cook. 
Sanduakv, Wood and Ottawa — Eber 

Wilson. 
Scioto and Lawrence — Oscar F. Moore. 
Seneca— Jacob Decker. 
Stark-^Samuel Kryder. 
Summit — Nathaniel Finch. 
Trumbull mid Geauga — More C. Brad- 
ley, Gamaliel H. Kent. 
Warren— John A. Dodds. 
Washington — Ebenezer Battelle, jr. 
Wayne and Ashland — Charles R. Deni- 

ing, Clinton Wilson. 



L. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1852-1854. 



( The new constitution oj 1851 divided the atafe into fi^ed senatorial duirictSy decen- 
nially apportioned, which will hereafter be designated by figures,) 

Senators. 



Districts. 

1. Hamilton — E. L. Armstrong, A. N. 

Riddle, John L Vattier. 

2. Butler and Warren — Jonathan Kil- 

bourn. 

3. Montgomery and Preble — David 

A. Cox. 

4. Clermont and Brown — Sanders W. 

Johnson. 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — Jno. 
• Fudge. 

6. Ross and Highland — Samuel E. 

Hibben. 



Districts. 

j 7. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson 
I — Oscar F. Moore. 

8. Lawrence,Gal!ia, Meigs and Vinton 

— Alonzo Cushing. 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 
I Lot L. Smith. 

I 10. Franklin and Pickaway — John 

Cradlebaugh. 
11. Clarke, Champaign and Madison— 
I John D. Burnett. 

I 1 2. Miami, Darke and Shelby — Bankin 

Walkup. 



GENERAL ASi^EMBLIES. 



117 



L. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Senators, 

D.^tricts. Dlfstricts. 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 23. 

— John J. Williams. 

14. Washington and Morgan — Edwin 24. 

Corner.* ! 

15. Muskingum and Perry — William 25. 

E. Finck. 26. 
It). Delaware and Licking — John C. 

Aiward. 27. 

17. KnoxandMorrow— Lawrence Van 28. 

Buksirk. ■ 29. 

18. Coshocton and Tuscnrawas— John 30. 

D. Rich. I 

19. Guernsey and Monroe — John Fer- ! 81. 

gusou. 

20. Belmont and Harrison — Samuel G. 32. 

Peppard. 
21 Carroll and Stark— Robert J. At- , 

kinson. |l 33. 

22. JefTer.'Uin and Columbiana — James I 

McKiuney. I 



Trumbull and Mahouinj: — Jona- 
than L Tod. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

Laban S. Sherman. 
Cuyahoga — Harvey Rice. 
Portage and Summit — Ransom A. 

Gillet. 
Med i iia ii nd Loral r. — A aron Pardee. 
Wayne and Holmes— George Rex. 
Ashland aiidRichland — Jiio.Mack. 
Huron, Eric, Ottawa and Sandusky 

— Elibu P. Hill. 
Seneca, Cr>nvfi>rd and Wyandot — 

Joel W. Wilson. 
Mercer, AiJ»rlaize, Allen, Van Wert, 

Paulding, Defiance and Williams 

— John Tjiylor. 
Hancock. Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — William 

Mungen. 



Representatives. 



Adams — Joseph R. Cockerill. 

Allen — Lester Bliss. 

.\shland — Charles R Deming. 

Ashtabula — Samuel Plumb. 

Aihens — Nelson H. Van Vorhes. 

Auglaize — John J. Rickloy. 

Belmont — Archibald C. Ramage, Price 

Corn well. 
Brown— John McCl^nahan. 
Butler— Charles L. Weller.» 
Carroll — Robert George. 
Champaign — James Williams. 
Clarke— Samuel Shellabarger. 
Clermont — Elisha Burnett. 
Clinton — Joseph A. Mills. 
Columbiana — Phillip March, Abram 

Croxton. 
Coshocton — George McKee. 
Crawford— Clark H. Ward. 
Cuyahoga — Arthur Hughes, George T. 

Bamum. 
Darke— Peter V, Banta. 
Eric — Hiram Mc^Iillan. 
Fairfield — Christian Baker. 
Fayette — Nelson Rush. 
Franklin — Edward A. Stanley, Edward 

Court right. 



Gallia — Pennel Clierringl(>n. 
Geauga— Samuel Durand. 
Greene — Jot;e]>h G. Gest. 
Guernsey — Andrew Patterson. 
Hamilton — William U. Lytle Benjamin 

T. Dale, James Struble,^ Thomas F. 

Eckliart, John B. 8taetler, Andrew 

Davidson, Richard H. Stone, Oliver 

Brown. 
Hancock — Henry Bishop. 
Harrison — Marshall McCall. 
Highland— Christopher Matthews. 
Hocking— Charles W. James. 
Holmes — John H. Smith. 
Huron — James Green. 
Jackson and Vinton — D:in*l D. T. Hard. 
Jefferson — Thomas Means. 
Knox — James With row. 
Lake — Dexter Damon. 
Lawrence — Nicodenms Vermilion. 
Licking — Richard II Yates, John Bell. 
Logan — Anthonv Casad. 
Lorain — Daniel B. Kinney.* 
Lucas aiid Fulton — Lucian B. Lathrop. 
Madi5<on — Zelot T. Fisher. 
Mahonirig — Joseph Montgomery. 
Marion — Joseph W. Larabe. 



'Contested, and sent given to Cautiiis C. Covey, who wns killed by the explosion of th<' boileis of 
theit€ftiDl>oat Buckeye Bell, on the Muskingum River, ncnr the town of Beverly, nhile on his way to 
r/)tombuj(, alxMit the 10th of November. 1862, ind Wra. Hawkins elected his hw cessor. 

'Resigned ; John Dickey, snceess^r. 

•Wed; Henry Brachman, Rucces«or. 

K>0Dte«ted. and seat given to John B. Robertson. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



L. GENERAL ASSEMBLY—Continued. 
Representatives, 



Medina — James C. Johnson. 
Meigs — Jeremiah B. Ackley. 
Mercer and Van Wert — Francis C. Le- 

Blond. 
Miami — Augustus Feuner. 
Monroe — James Okey. 
Montgomery — Daniel Beckell, George 

W/Houk. 
Morgan— David Hoi brook.* 
Morrow— George N Clark. 
Muskingum — William Morgan, William 

C. Filler. 
Paulding, Defiance and Williams — 

Thomas S. C. Moni^on. 
Perry— John H. 0*Neil. 
Pickaway — Felix Renick. 
Pike— Edward R. Allen. 
Portage — Lorin Bigelow. 
Preble — Beniah H. Alexander. 



Putnam and Henry — James G. Haley. 

Richland — William Bushnell. 

Ross — Alex. S. Boys, Stephen D. Foulke. 

Sandusky — Isaac Knapp. 

Scioto — Wells A. Hutcnins. 

J^eneca — Jacob Decker. 

Shelby— R. C. Poland. 

Stark— Sam'l Kryder, Jacob W. Smith. 

Summit — Noah M. Humphrey. 

Trumbull— Franklin E. Stone. 

Tuscarawas^ — Joseph W. Newburgh. 

Union — Philander B. Cole. 

Warren — Jesse D. Ward. 

Wayne — Clinton Wilson, Josiah H. 

Hitchcock. 
Wood andOttawa— Sam'l Hollingshead. 
Wyandot and Hardin — David Snod- 

grass. 



LI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1854-1866. 
Senators, 



Districts. 

1. Hamilton — Greorge H. Pendle- 

ton, John Schiff, William F. Con- 
verse. 

2. Butler and Warren — Granville W. 

Stokes. 

3. Montgomery and Preble — Henry 

Shideler. 

4. Clermont and Brown — Michael H. 

Davis. 

5. Greene,Clinton and Fayette— Isaac 

S. Wright. 

6. Ross and Highland — John M. 

Barrere 

7. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson 

— ^Thos McCauslin. 

8. Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 

ton — Lewis Anderson. 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 

Lot L Smith. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway — Samuel 

Bartlit. 

11. Clarke, Champaign and Madison — 

Henry W. Smith. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 

McClure. 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 

— William Lawrence. 



DiNtricts. 

14. Washington and Morgan — Harley 

Laflin. 

15. Muskingum and Perry — Hugh J. 

Jewett. 

16. Delaware and Licking — Charles 

Follett. 

17. Knox and Morrow — John T. 

Creigh. 

18. Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Wm. 

Heslip. 

19. Guernsey and Monroe — Western 

C. Sinclair. 

20. Belmr.nt and Harrison — David 

Allen. 

21. Carroll and Stark— Robert J. At- 

kinson. 

22. Jefferson and Columbiana — Joseph 

F. Williams. 

23. Trumbull and Mahoning — Ira 

Norris. 

24. Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga— 

Laban S. Sherman. 

25. Cuyohoga — John S. Foote. 

26. Portage and Summit — William H. 

Upson. 

27. Medina and Lorain — Norton S. 

Townshend. 



iCk)Qtested, and seat »7iven to Wm. Beswick. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



119 



LI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Senators, 



Districts. 

28. Wayne and Holmes — James Hock- 

ineberry. 

29. Ashland and Richland — Daniel 

Riblet. 

30. Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

—Albert G. Sutton. 

31. iSeneca, Crawford and Wyandot — 

Robert Lee. 



Districts. 

32. Mercer, Auglaize, Allen, Van Wert, 
I Paulding, Williams and Defiance 

— John Taylor. 

33. Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — Samuel H. 
Steedman. 



Representatives. 



Adams — Jesse Ellis. 

Allen — Charles Crites. 

Ashland — Richard D. Emerson. 

Ashtabula— John J. Elwell. 

Athens — Samuel B. Pruden. 

Aaglaize — John Walk up. 

Belmont— E. V. Cleaver, Sam'l Findley. 

Brown— William P. Allen. 

Butler— William B. Van Hook. 

Carroll — Ephraim R. Eckley. 

Champaign— James M. Mai t land. 

Clarke— William Goodfellow. 

Clermont — John P. Emery. 

Clinton — Thomas D. Austin. 

Columbiana — Henry Hessin, William 
P. Morris. 

Coshocton — John A. Pierson. 

Crawford — Mordecai P. Bean. 

Cinrahoga — ^James Tousley, Erasmus D. 
Burton. 

Darke — Evan Baker. 

Delaware — John Converse. 

Erie— Harvey Fowler. 

Fairfield — Samuel H. Porter. 

Fayette — Jesse J. Worthington. 

Fraoklin— Hiram Hendren, Alexander 
Thompson. 

Gallia— Alexander Logue. 

Geauga — Lester Taylor. 

Greene — Joseph G. Gest. 

Guernsey — Thomas Oldham. 

Hamilton — Henry B. Brown, Joseph E. 
Egley, Nelson Cross, John B*. Krauth, 
E. Bassett Langdun, John N. Ridg- 
way, Geo. Robinson, Thos. Wright. "" 

Hancock— John F. Perkey. 

Harrison — Reynolds K. Price. 
Highland— William Miller. 
Hocking — Reuben Hesteu. 
Holmes— Turney S. Gilbert. 
Haron — Alpia R. Segar. 
Jackson and Vinton — William J. Evans. 
Jefferson — Amos Jones. 
Knox— Jacob Merrin. 

Lake — C. C. Jennings. 



Lawrence— Benjamin Johnson. 
Licking — Augustus E. Roger?, Alvan 

War then. 
Logan — Joseph Newell. 
Lorain — Walter F. Herrick. 
Lucas and Fulton — Samuel Durgin. 
Madison — Charles Piiillis. 
Mahoning — Jacob Musser. 
Marion — Ebent zer Peters. 
Medina — E. H. Sibley. 
Mercer and Van Wert — Francis C. I^e 

Blond. 
Miami — Levi N. Booker. 
Monroe— Horace Holland. 
MoiitKoniery — VV^illiam Goudy, Marcus 

J. Parrott. 
Morgan — Jonah Walters. 
Morrow — John J. Gurley. 
Muskingum— John Metcalf, Samuel Mc- 

Cann. 
Paulding,Defianceand Williams— Eras- 

tus H. Iceland. 
Perry— John H. CNeil.^ 
Pickaway— Jesse D. Courtright. 
Pike— E. B Allen. 
Portage — Leaverett W. Cochran. 
Preble — Benjamin W. Hubbard. 
Putnam and Henry — ^James Mackenzie. 
Richland — James Cantwell. 
Ross — John H. Davis, William Reeves. 
Sanduskv — Abner J. Dickinson. 
Scioto — Samuel J. Huston. 
Seneca — John W. Paine. 
Shelby — Levi Huston. 
Stark— Jacob W. Smith, John H. L. 

Scott. 
Summit — Porter G. Somers. 
Trumbull — Matthew Burchard. 
Tuscarawas — Harry Torrey. 
Union — Joshua Judy. 
Warren — Daniel Crane. 
Washington — Thomas Ross. 
Wayne — Ezra V. Dean, Jos. H. Downey. 
Wyandot and Hardin — Peter A. Tyler. 
Wood and Ottawa — Addison Smith. 



'Con tested, and seat given to Solomon Kunemakcr. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OK STATE. 



Lir. GENERAL ASSEMBLY- 18.V»-1J;5S. 



Senatora, 

D.stricts. Dist»-icUs. 

I. Hamilton— Stanley Matthews, Wil- I, 18. 

Ham F. Converse, George W. 

Holmes. 19. 

Bu lie rand Warren — DavidHeaton. 
Montgomery and Preble — Felix 20. 

Marsh. I 

Clermont and Brown — Chambers i 21. 

Baird. i 22 

Greene, Clinton and Fjiyette — | 

Nelson Rush | 23. 

R )s.s and Higliland — Jacob Hyer. ! 

Adams, Pikt*, Scioto and Jackson — | 24. 

H. S. Bundy. I 

Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- i 25. 

ton — Chauncey G. Hawley. | 2t>. 

Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — i 

John T. Brazee. | 27. 
Franklin and Pickaway — Alfred 

Kelley. i 28. 

Clarke, Champaign and Madison — ' 

James C. Brand. | 29. 
Miami, Darke and Shelby — Wil- 
liam H. Lawder. I 80. 
Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin, ; 

C>)rnerms Hamilton. , 31. 

Washington and Morgan — Moses , 

I). Hardy. > 32. 

Muskingum and Perry— Eli A. | 

Spencer. i 33. 

Delaware and Licking — Daniel ' 

Gardner. 
Knr»\- «nd Morrow — Robert C. 

Kirk. 



2. 
3. 



10. 



11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
IG. 



Coshocton and Tuscarawas— Ed- 
mund Burnett. 
Guernsey and Monroe — William 

Lawrence. 
Belmont and Harrison — Charles 

Warfel. 
Carroll and Stark — John Beatty. 
Jefferson and ColumbiaiiK — J. D. 

Catlell. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — Robert 

W. Tayler. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

Lester Taylor. 
Cuyahoga — Uiram Griswold. 
Portage and Summit — Oliver P. 

Brown. 
Medina and Lorain — Herman Can- 
field. 
Wavneand Holmes— Joseph Will- 

fo'rd. 
Ashland and Richland — Joseph 

Musgrave. 
Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

—Ralph P. Buckland. 
Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot — 

James IjCwIs. 
Mercer, Auglaize, Allen. Van Wert 

and Paulding— Ed w'dM. Phelps. 
Hancock, Wood, Lucm*, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — William S. 

Lunt. 



Rqwcsen tatives. 



A !ams— !Moses J. Patterson. 

Allen— Charles Post. 

Ashland — J P. Cowan. 

Athens — Xc]?un IL Van Vorhes. 

Ashtabula — Darius Caldwell, Uriah 
Hankiiis 

Auglaize— William Sawyer.* 

Belmont— James N. Turner, Robert 
Hamilton. 

Brow/i— John T. Games, James T. 
Thompson. 

Butler- John McElwee, Alex. P. Mil- 
let. 

Carroll— Sihis Potts. 

Ohampaijrn — Hiram Cable. 

Clarke— John H. Littler. 

Clermont — William West, Elbridge G. 
Kicker. 

Clinton — Addison P. Russell. 



Il Columbiana— Moses Mendenhall, John 

Hunter. 
Coshocton— Patrick Thompson. 
Crawford — John Pittman. 
Cuyahoga — Leaverett Johnson,'* Isaac 

Bray ton, Geo. Mygatt. 
Darke— John C. Williamson. 
Delaware — William Hendren. 
Erie— Chittenden L. Burton. 
Fairfield— John Chaney, Davitl Lyle. 
Ffl ye tte— William H. Latham. 
Franklin— George M. Parsons, Jas. H. 

Smith. 
Gallia — John A. Clark. 
Geauga— Lewis C.Todd. 
Greene — Moses D.Gaich. 
Guernsey — Robert Campbell, ^Abraham 

Simmons. 



iResiBiied ; George W. Andrews, succesior. 
-Died : Jolm Watson, snccessor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



121 



LII. GENERAL ASSEMHLY— Continued. 
Reprcaentaticen. 



UamiltoD — Joseph E. Egley, E IJassett 
Langdon, William M. Corry, James 
P. Holme?, George 0. RobiuBon, Cluis. 
Thomas, Ebeuczer T. Turpin, John P. 
Slough. 
Hancock— Pa riee Carlin. 
Hardin and Wyandot — Elias G. Spel- 

man. 
Harrison — Ephraim Clark. 
Highland — 8ila« Irion. 
Hocking — (Je^'rge Johnson. 
Holmefs — E. J. Loveland. 
Huron — Thomas M. Cook. 
Jackion and Vinton — Edward F. Bing- 
ham. 
Jeflertion — D:in'l McCurdy, Cyrus Men- 
den hall. 
Knox— Geon W. True, Ben). K. Smith. 
Lake — Edw»rd L. PI>mpton. 
Lawrence — Henry C Rougeis 
Licking — Charles B. Gifhn, John A. 

Sinnett. 
Logan — ^Samuel L. Allen, 
Lotain — James Monroe. 
Lucas and Fulton — ^^Lucius H. IJpham. 
Madison — E. E. Htitcheson. 
Mahoning — Joseph Truesdale. 
Marion — John F. Hume. 
Meilina — James A. Bell. 
Meigs — AM red Thompson. 
Mercer and Van Wert — John Shaw. 
Miami — Eli Tenny. 

Monroe — Alrre<l Ogle, Henry T. Grier. 
Montgomery — Thomas J. S. Smith, Wil- 
liam Goudv. 



Morgan — David Ilolbrook, Erastus 

Guthrie. 
Morrow — Thomas S. Bunkt-r. 
Muskingum — J. A Blair, J(»hn Crooks. 
J'aulding, Defianct^ and \Villiams — 

Schuyler E. Blake* lee. 
Perr\ — Franklin L. Flowers. 
Pickaway — Nelson Franklin. 
Pikr — John Anderson. 
Portage — Erasmus Needham. 
Pieble — Hayden W. Dooley. 
Put nam and Henry — HenryJ.Boehmer. 
Richland— Alexander Ralston, Andrew 

Burns, jr. 
Rofrs — Allnd Yaple, Jesse Shepherd. 
Sandusky — John L. Green. 
Scioto — Daniel McFarland. 
Seneca — Joseph Boyer. 
Shelby — Wilson V.' Cowan. 
Slaik — William Hatcher, James W. 

Underbill 
Summit — Mendall Jewel t. 
Trumbull— Ralph Plumb, George T. 

Townsend. 
Tuscarawas — Jonathan Mi!ls, PBuHVea- 

iherby. 
Union — William Gabriel. 
Warren — Seth S. Haines. 
Washington — Sam'l Hutchinson, James 

Law ton. 
Wood and Oiiawa — Erasmus D. Peck. 
Wayne — John W. Baughman, Lorenzo 

D. Odell. 



LHI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1858-1860. 



SciKitors. 



DiitiicUi. 
I Hamilton— William S. Hatch, A. 

Bas-sett Langdon, Chas. Thomas. 
Butlerand Warren — Lauren Smith. 
M«>ntgomery and Preble — Henry 

Shideler. 
Clermont and Brown — William P. 

Kincaid. 
Greene, Clinton and Fayette — Jas. 

J. Wiuans. 
Ross and Highland — William H. 

Saflord.. 
Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson 

— George Corwine. 
Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 
ton — Patrick Murdock. 



2. 
Z. 

4. 



6. 



Disirlct*. 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 
Newton Schleich. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway — Aug. L. 

Perrill. 

11 . Clarke, Champaign and ^ladison — 

Saul Henkle. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — Isaac 

N. Gard. 

13. Logan, Union. Marion and Hardin 

— Cunduce H Gatch. 
I 14. Washington and Morgan — Davis 
I Green. 

15. Muskingum aiKl Perry — Ezekiel 

Vanatta. 



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LIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Senators. 



Districts. 

16. Delaware and Licking 



17. 
18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 



William 

P. Reid 

Knox and Morrow — Davis Miles. 
Coshucton and Tuscarawa- — Abner 

L. Cass. 
Guernsey and Monroe — Marshall 

Morrow. 
Belmont and Harrison — Isaac Hol- 

loway. 
Carroll and Stark — Francis J. 

Myer.* 
Jefferson and Columbiana — Joseph 

C. McCleary. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — Robert 

W. Tayler. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

Darius Cad well. 
Cuyahoga — William Slade, jr. 



Districts. 

26. Portage and Summit — George P. 

Ashmun. 

27. Medina and Lorain— Herman Can- 

field. 

28. Wayne and Holmes — Daniel J. 

Perkey. 
29 Ashland and Richland — James 

Cant well. 
80. Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

—Ralph P. Buckland. 
'SI. Sv^necu, Crawlord and Wyandot — 

Robert McKelley. 

32. Mercer Auglaize, Allen, Van Wert 

and Paulding — Ed. M. Phelps. 

33. Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — Josiah N. 
Wes cott. 



Representatives. 



Adams — J. W. Mc Far ran. 
Allen — Charles C. Marshall. 
Ashland — Jacob T. Cowan. 
Ashtabula— W. S. Deming. D. C. Allen. 
Athens — Nelson H. Van Vorhes. 
Auglaize — George W. Andrews. 
Belmont — Isarc Welch. 
Brown— J. 8. West, J. T. Richardson. 
Butler — Chris. Hughes, Robert Christy. 
Carroll — Jason B. Roach. 
Champaign — Jonathan Cheney. 
Clarke — Andrew D. Roarers. 
Clermont — Thomas Hitch, M. S. Pickel- 

heimer. 
Clinton — David Quinn. 
Columbiana — Jacob A. Ambler. 
Coshocton — Charles A. Songster. 
Crawlord — John Pitiman. 
Cuyahoga — Richard C. Parsons, John 

Watson, A. C. Gardner. 
Darke — John L. Winner. 
Defiance, Paulding and Williams — W. 

D. Haymaker. 
Delaware — James R. Hubbell. 
Erie — Thomas 0. Furnold. 
Fairfield— B. W. Carlisle, T. W. Bigony. 
Fayette— Robert M. Briggs,^ 
Franklin — William R. lUnkin, Hugh 

L. Chaney. 
Gallia — Thomas Waugh. 
Geauga — Peter Hitchcock. 
Greene— M. D. Gatch. 
Guernsey — Hugh Brown, jr., Francis 

Rea. 



Hamilton — George C. Robinson, Patrick 
Rodgers, Hunter Brook, Aaron C. 
Bagley, I^aac C. Collin^, Joseph J. 
Dobmeyer, James Saffin, Joseih T. 
Wright. 

Huncock— John West cott. 

Hardin and Wyandot, — Chester R. Mott. 

Harrison— James Day. 

Highland— John L. Hughes. 

Hocking — George John^on. 

Holmes — Eli GlHSgo 

Huron— Charles B. Simmons. 

Jackson and Vinton — Robert B. Steven- 
son.' 

JelFerson — James G. Allen, W. W. 
W^orthington. 

Knox- William McCreary, W. B. Cox. 

Lake— John R. French. 

Lawrence — Ralph Leete. 

Licking— Wm. B. Woods, Wm. Parr. 

Logrin- William H. West. 

Lorain — ^James Monroe. 

Lucas and Fulton— Sam'l A. Raymond. 

Madison — Richard A. Harrison. 

Mahoning- Samuel W. Gilson. 

Marion — Ricl'.ard Wilson. 

Medina — Jauics A. Bf 11. 

Meigs — Tobias U. Plants. 

Mercer and Van Wert — Chas. P. Edson. 

Miami — Matthias H. Jones. 

Monroe— Jeremiah William^ James M. 
Stout. 

Montgomery— Robert McEwen, Henry 
Morse. 



^Coutested, rikI seat given to Thomas W. Chapnitin. 
•Resigned; Samuel F. Kerr, successor. 
'Resigned ; Wm. L. Edmhiston, successor. 



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123 



LIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— CJontinued. 



Representatives. 



Morgan and Noble — Henry Dawes, Jas. 

Moore. 
Morrow — David Rees. 
Muskingum — John A. Blair, Lewis 

Frazee. 
Perry — ^Thomas B. Cox. 
Pickaway — Peter Rose. 
Pike — ^Joaeph J. Green. 
Portage — Cyrus Laugh lin. 
Preble — Martin F. Stephens. 
PatDam and Henry — Wm. J. Jackson. 
Richland — AlexanderRalston^Abrabam 

Jenner. 
Ross — Joi'hua Seney. 
SiiDdusky — Thomas P, Finefrock. 



Scioto — James B. Ray. 

Seneca — John W. Paine. 

Shelby — Hugh Thompson. 

Stark — James E. Chase, Lewis Slut^ser. 

Summit — Ira P. Sfjeiry. 

Trumbull— George T.Townsend, Geo. 
H. Howe. 

Tuscarawas— Hrisbin C. Blackburn, Al- 
bert Bates. 

Union — James W. Robinson. 

Warren — J. Milton Williams. 

Washington — Augustus S. Baily, O. 
Lewi« Clark. 

Wayne — Lorenzo D. Odell. 

Wood and Ottawa — Erasmus D. Peck. 



LIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-1860-1862. 



Senators. 



Districts. 
1. 



Hamilton — Thomas M. Key, E. A. 
Ferguson, George W. Holmes. 

2. Butler and Warren — Thos. Moore. 

3. Montgomery and Preble — Fletcher 

T. Cuppy. 

4. Clermont and Brown — Chilton A. 

WTiite. 

5. Greene,Clinton and Fayette — John 

Q. Smith. 

6. Ross and Highland — William O. 

Collins. 

7. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson — 

William Newman. 

8. Lawrence, Gallia, Aleigs and Vin- 

ton— T. R. Stanley. 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 

Newton Schleich. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway — Augustus 

L. Perrill. 

11. Claike, Champaign and Madison — 

Richard A. Harrison. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — Har- 

desty Walker.* 

13. Lo^D, Union, Marion and Hardin 

— T. B. Fi«»her. 

14. Washington and Morgan — W. P. 

S[>rague. 

15. Muskingum and Perry — Charles 

W. Potwin. 

16. Delaware and Licking — Thomas C. 

Jones. 



Districts. 

17. Knox and Morrow — Wm. Bonar. 

18. Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Ar- 

m is ted T. Ready. 

19. Guernsey and Monroe — Stephen 

Potts. 
50. Belmont and Harrison — Marshall 
McCall. 

21. Carroll and Stark— George Harsh. 

22. Columbiana and Jefferson — Anson 

L. Brewer. 

23. Trumbull and Mahoning — J. Dol- 

son Cox. 

24. Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

John F. Morse. 

25. Cuyahoga — Theodore Breck. 

26. Pt)rtage and Summit — James A. 

Garfield. 

27. Medina and Lorain — Jas. Monroe. 

28. Wayne and Holmes — Benjamin 

Eason. 

29. Ashland and Richland — Samuel 

Glass. 

30. Huron, Sandusky and Erie — F. D. 

Parish. 

31. Seneca, Wyandot and Crawford — 

Thomas J. Orr 

32. Mercer, Auglaize, Allen, Van Wert 

:ind Paulding — Edward Foster. 

33. Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — George 
Laskey. 



^Oied ; John E. Cummins, successor. 



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LIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Representatives, 



Adams — Moses J. Patterson. 

Allen — Thomas K. Jacobs. 

Ashland — Geo. McCoiinel, John Taylor. 

Ashtabula — Abel Krum. 

Athens— A. B. Monnhan. 

Auglaize — George W. Andrews. 

Belmont — Isaac Welsh. 

Brown — Newton A. Devore. 

Butler — Christopher Hughes. 

Carroll — Amos E. Buss. 

Champaign — John P. Musson. 

Clarke— John Howell. 

Clermont — John E. Myers. 

Clinton — Beebe True-'dale. 

Columbiana — J. K. Rukenbrod. 

Cceliocton — James Gamble, Joseph N. 
Fellows. 

Crawford — John S. Ri*isinger. 

Cuyahoga — Richard C. Parson?, C. T. 
Blakeslee. 

Darke — John L. Winner. 

Defiance, Paulding and Williams — Cal- 
vin L. Noble. 

Delaware — Raymond Burr. 

Erie — Charl**8 B. Ch(»ate. 

Fairfield—B. W. Carl isle. 

Fayette — Samuel F. K*^rr. 

Franklin — Benjamin L. lieese, George 
L. Converge. 

Gallia — George House. 

Geauga — Peier Hitchcock. 

Greene — Aaron Harlan.' 

Guernsey — J. W. Watt. 

Hamilton — Wm. J. Fia>jg, John Schiff, 
Joseph Jonas, Patrick Rogers, .Joseph 
F. Wright, Wm. Jones, Wm. Je&sup. 

Hancock — John Westcott. 

Hardin and Wyandot — James M. White. 

Harrison — William H. McGavran. 

Highland-John H. Jolly, C. B. Miller.- 

Hocking — Manning Sders. 

Holmes — Wm. S. Tanneyhill. 

Huron — Alex. McPherson, Robert Mc- 
Cune. 

Jackson and Vinton — Alex. Pierce. 

.Fefferson — James S. Scott. 

Knox — William B. Cox. 



Lake— Matthew S. Clapp. 

Lawrence — Elias Nigh. 

Licking — Wm. B. \\ oods, W^m. Parr. 

Logan — James W. Hamilton. 

Lorain — Walter F. Her rick, John M. 

Vincent. 
Lucas and Fulton— Dennis Steele. 
Madison — Robert Hutcheson. 
Mahoning — Jesse Bald win, Joseph Br u if. 
Marion — John A. Carter. 
Medina— AVIyron C Hills, John Sears. 
Meigs— T. A. Plants. 
Mercer and Van Wert — Alexander P. 

J. Snyder. 
Miami — William B. McQlung, Samuel 

E. Browne. 
Monroe — James M. Stout. 
Montgomery — Edwin A. Parrott, John 

^l. Coover. 
Morgan and Noble— Phillip Kennedy. 
Morrow — David Rees. 
Muskingum — Dan'lVauVoorhes,Elisha 

J. Trimble, Townsend Gore. 
Peirx — Joseph Thompson. 
Pickawav— J. G. McSchooler. 
Pike— S.' W.Shaw. 

Portflgr — Wm. Stedman, A. J. Squire. 
Preble — Jesse Stubbs. 
Putnam and Henry — Vance Robb.' 
Richland — Wm. Blecker. 
R<>'«s — Dennis Ogle, 
fc^andusky — Charles Powers. 
Scioio — John W. Collins. 
Seneca — Morris P. Skinner, Gideon 

Jones. 
Slielby — AlexandiT E. Cory. 
Stark — James E. Chase, Lewis SluM<er. 
Summit — Alvin C. Voris, Sylvester H. 

Thompson. 
Trumbull— Robert H. Walker. 
Tuscarawas— Lorenzo C. Davis. 
Union — J. W. Robinson. 
Warren — James Scott, Mali ion Wright. 
Washington — John Haddon. 
Wayne — William C. Moore. 
Wood and Ottawa — William S. Woods. 



^Resigned : A. M. Reed, successor. 
^Resigned ; Henry L. Dickey, successor. 
'Died ; David I. Brown, successor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



125 



LV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1862-1864. 
Senators. 



District?. 

1. Hamilton — Benjamin Egjtleston, 

Thomas H. Whetstone, Wm. S. 
Groesbeck. 

2. Butler and Warren— A. G. Mc- 

Burney. 

3. Preble and Montgomery — Lewis 

B. Gunckel. 

4. Clermont and Brown— John John- 

ston. 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — 

Mills Gardner. 

6. Ross and Highland — George W. 

Roby. 

7. Scioto, Adams, Pike and Jackson 

— Benjamin F. Coates. 

8. Meigs, Gallia, Vinton and Law- 

rence — Henry S. Neal. 

9. Fairfield, Hocking and Athem — 

Alfred McVeigh. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway — Augustus 

L. Perrill. 

11. Clarke, Champaign and Madison- 

Samson Mason J 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby— Wil- 

liam B. McClung. 

13. Marion, Hardin, Logan and Union 

— John Hood. 

14. Washington, Morgan and part of 

Noble — William P. Sprague. 

15. Muskingum and Perry — ^William 

E. Finck. 

16. Delaware and Licking— John A. 

Sinnet. 



DMricta. 
17 and 28. Morrow, Knox, Holmes and 
Wayne — Davis Miles. 

18. Tuscarawas and Coshocton — A mi- 

sted T. Ready. 

19. Guernsey and Monroe — John D. 

O'Conner. 

20. Harrison and Belmont — Isaac 

Welsh. 

21. Stark and Carroll— George Harsh. 

22. Columbiana and Jeflferson — Robert 

Sherraid, jr. 

23. Trumbull and Mahoning— Samuel 

Quinby. 

24. Ashtabula, I^ke and Geauga — 

Peter Hitchcock. 

25. Cuyahoga — ,lohn P. Robison. 

26. Summit and Portage — Lucius V. 

Bierce. 

27. Lorain and Medina — Jas. Monroe.^ 

29. Ashland and Richland— Thomas 

J. Kenny. 

30. Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

— John Kelly. 

31. Seneca, Wyandot and Crawford — 

William Lang. 

32. Allen, Mercer, Auglaize, Williams, 

Van Wert and Paulding — Chas. 
C. Marsliall. 

33. Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam— Charles M. 
Godfrey. 



Representatives. 



Adams — David C. Vance. 
Allen— John Monroe. 
Ashland— John Taylor. 
A-shtabula — Abel Krum. 
Athens — J. W. Bayard. 
Auglaize — Charles Boesel. 
Belmont — Wilpon S. Kennon.' 
Brown— E. B. Fee. 
Butler — John McClellan. 
Carroll — Leonard Harsh. 
Champaign — Anson P. Howard. 
Clarke — Richard D. Harrison. 
Clermont — John Ferguson. 
Clinton — John Q. Smith. 
Columbiana — James W. Reilly.* 
Coshocton — Andrew J. Wilkin. 
Crawford — John S. Reisinger. 

Utcslgnetl : S;iimiel S. Ilenkle. •ncccssor. 
*Rfsipiied; Samuel Humphrevi He, successor. 
'Resigned: RobertE. Chambers, 8ucce«»sor. 
^Resigned ; James Boone, successor. 
*Died ; Edson B. Olds, successor. 



Cuyahoga— Franklin J. Dickman, Chas. 

H. Babcock, Seneca O. Griswold. 
Darke — Lewis B. Lott. 
Defiance, Paulding and Williams — 

Philetus W. Norris. 
Delaware— James R. Hubbell. 
Erie— Joseph W. Pierce. 
Fairfield — J. C. Jeffries.^ 
Fayette — James Pursell. 
Franklin — George L. Converse, Otto 

Dressel. 
Fulton— Ezekiel Masters. 
Gallia— Joseph Bradbury. 
Geauga — Benj. B. Woodbury. 
Greene — John M. Miller. 
Guernsey— Joseph Ferrill. 



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LV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives, 



Hamilton — Peter Zinn, George Keck, 
Wm. Stanton, Milton Sayler, William 
J. Flagg, James Huston, Amzi Mc- 
Gill, Henry Brachman, Theo. Marsh. 

Hancock — WMlIiam (iribbin 

Hardin — Jonathan H. Seig. 

Harrison — John Latham. 

Henry aud Putnam — Benj. A. High. 

Highland— N. IL Hixson. 

Hocking — Manning Stiers. 

Holmes — Daniel S. Uhl. 

Huron — Ezra Stewart. 

Jackson — Isaac Roberts. 

Jefferson — Joseph Means. 

Knox— Wait V.liitiiey. 

Lake— S. S. Oaborn. 

Lawrence — Benjamin F. Cory. 

Licking— George B. Smythe. 

Logan — William H. West. 

Lorain — Sidney S. Warner. 

Lucas — James Myers. 

Madison — Milton Lemen. 

Mahoning — Robert M. Montgomery. 

Marion— John Bartram. 

Medina— Myron C. Hills. 

Meigs— Edward Tiffsiny. . 

Mercer and Van Wert — Alexis P. J. 
Snyder. 

Miami — Jonathan H. Randall. 

Monroe — John Key sen 



Montgomery — Peter Odlin, Jefferson 

Patterson. 
Morgan — George W. Waller. 
Morrow — Joseph Gunsaulus. 
Muskingum — Thnddeus A. Reamy, 

Jacob Glessner. 
Noble — Oliver Keyser. 
Ottawa and Wood — Asher Cook. 
Perry— William H. Holden. 
Pickaway — L N. Ross. 
Pike — Thomas Wilson. 
Portage — David L. Rockwell. 
Preble — Absalom Stiver. 
Richland— William Blecker. 
Ro«>5— Daniel J. CruUbC. 
Sandusky — Alonzo Thorpe. 
Scioto — Martin Grain. 
Seneca — Rassellus R. Titus. 
Shelby— Charles W. Wells. 
Stark — Solomon Lind, Joseph Schell. 
Summit — ^John Johnston. 
Trumbull — George W. Howe. 
Tuscarawas — Al^rt Bates. 
Union— William H. Robb. 
Vinton — John Fee. 
Warren — ^James Scott. 
Washington — O. Lewis Clarke. 
Wayne — John Ault. 
Wyandot — Jonathan Maffett. 



LVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1864-1866. 
Senators, 



DiBtrlcti. 



2. 



4. 
5. 

6. 



8. 



Hamilton — Benjamin Eggleston, 
Thomas H. Weasner,' Thomas H. 
Whetstone. 

Butler and Warren — A. G. Mc- 
Burney. 

Preble and Montgomery — Lewis 
B. Gunkel. 

Clerm on t and Brown — Jas. Loudon . 

Greene, Fayette md Clinton — J. 
F. Patton. 

Ross and Highland — Job E. Steven- 
son. 

Scioto, Adams, Pike and Jackson 
— John J. Wilson. 

Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 
ton — Henry S. Neal, 



Districts. 

9. Fairfield, HocVing and Athens- 
John M. Connel. 
10. Franklin and Pickaway — Gheorge 
L. Converse. 
1 1 11. Clarke, Cham paign and Madison — 
ij A. P. Howard. 

I 12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — David 
i J. Mauzy.' 

I I 13. ^Marion, Hardin, Logan and Union 

I —William H. West. 

■ 14. W^hington, Morgan and part of 
II Noble— Wm. F. Curtis. 

'I 15. Muskingum and Perry — Thomas J. 
'; Maginnis. 

I I 16. Delaware and Licking — James R. 
i! Stanbery. 



^lUsigned ; Joshua H. Bates, successor. 
>Died ; Jonathan Cranor, successor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



127 



LVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Senators. 



DifitrictF. 

17 and 28. Morrow, Knox, Holmes and 
Wayne — Joseph C. Devin. 

IS. Tuscarawas and Coshocton — Wil- 
liam Stanton. 

19. Guernsey, Monroe and part of 

Noble — John D. O^Couner. 

20. Harrison and Belmont — John C. 

Jami:»on. 

21. Stark and Carroll— H. S. Martin. 

22. Jefferson and Columbiana — Nor- 

man K. McKenzie. 

23. Mahoning and Trumbull — Eben 

Newton. 

24. Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

William C. Howells. 

25. Cuyahoga— Samuel Williamson. 



Districts. 

26. Portage and Summit — Luther 

Day.» 

27. Medinaand Lorain — SamM Humph- 

rey vi He. 

29. Ashland and Richland — Thomas J. 

Kenny.* 

30. Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

— Frederick Wickkam. 
3L Seneca, Wyandot and Crawford — 
Thomas J. Orr. 

32. Allen, Mercer, Auglaize, Williams, 

Van Wert and Paulding — Mere- 
dith R. Willet. 

33. Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — James C. 
Hall. 



Representatives. 



Adams— William W. West. 

Allen — John Monroe. 

Ashland — William Larwell.* 

Ashtabula — Abner Kellogg. 

Athens — William P. Johnson. 

Aaglaize — Charles BoeseL 

Belmont — Coulson Davenport. 

Brown — Andrew Evans. 

Butler — Archibald Mayo. 

Carroll — William Deford. 

Chaimpaijfn — Lennder H. Long. 

Clarke — Richard D. Harrison. 

Clermont— Amos Dawson. 

Chnton— Stephen Evans. 

Columbiana— Samuel W. Clark. 

Coshocton— French W. Thornhill. 

Crawford — ThomaH Beer. 

Cuyahoga — Chas. H. Babcock, Azariah 
Everett, Cbarlen B. Lockwood. 

Darke — Louis B. Lott. 

Defiance, Paulding and Williams — John 
W. Ayies. 

Delaware — James R. Hubbell* 

Erie — William D. Lindsley. 

Fairfield— Edson B. Olds. 

Fayette — James Pursell. 

Franklin— Otto Dresel,' John G. Ed- 
wards. 

Fulton — Octavius Waters. 

Gallia — Joseph Bradbury. 

Geauga — l^nj. B. Woodbury. 



• Greene — Camoralza H. Spahr. 
! Guernsey — Joseph Ferrell. 

Hamilton — Wm. Stanton, Geo. Keck.® 
Henry Brachman, Amzi McGill, Jas. 
Huston, J. M. Cochran, S. L. Hayden, 
John K. Green, Josiah Kirby. 

Hancock — William Gribbin.* 

Hardin — Jonathan H. Seig. 

Harrison — Smith R. Watson. 

Highland — Noah H. Hixon. 

Hocking — William S. Dresbach. 

Holmes— Daniel S. Uhl. 

Huron — ^John C. Thompson. 

Jackson — ^James Tripp. 

Jefferson — Smith Lyon. 

Knox — Columbus Delano. 

Lake — S. S. Osborn. 

Lawrence — Samuel C. Johnson, jr. 

Licking — John H. Putnam. 

Logan — Charles W. B. Allison. 

Lorain — Sidney 8. Warner. 

Lucas — Lorenzo L. Morehouse. 

Madison — Ephraim Bidwell. 

Mahoning — lieuben Carroll. 

Marion — Kxerett Measenger. 

Medina — James A. Root. 

Meigs — E. Tiffany. 

Mercer and Van Wert— J. A. Estell. 

Miami — .Jonathan H. Randall. 

Monroe — John Keyser. 



'Kesigned; Alphonao Hart, successor. 
H'onte&ted, and iseat given to Isaac Gass. 
KToutestcd, and seat given to George W. Carey. 
*Rc»igned ; Oraamus Hough, successor. 
^Resigned ; Adin G. Hibbs, successor. 
«Died: N. P. Mixon, successor. 
•Contested, and seat given to Samuel H. White. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LVI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY- Continued. 
Representatives, 



Montgomery — Peter Odlin, Joseph H. 

Dryden. 
Morgan — Frederick W. Wood. 
Morrow — Joseph Guiirmulurt. 
Muskingum — James G;illo;;ly, Elijah 

Little. 
Noble — Oliver Keyser. 
Oitawa and Wood— John Ryder. 
Perry — VV'illiam H. Free. 
PiTckaway — James Reber. 
Pike — James Jones. 
Portage — Samuel E. M. Kneeland. 
Preble— K^>bert Miller. 
Putnam and Henry — H. J. Boemer. 
Richland — Samuel S. Bloom. 



Ro.ss — Peter Adams. 
Sandusky — Oliver Mclotre. 
Scioto — Elijah Glover. 
Seneca — Rossella R. Titus. 
Siiclby— William Fielding. 
Stark — Solomon Liud, Jos. Schell.^ 
Summit— John Johnston. 
Trumbull — Austin D. Kibbee. 
Tuscarawas — Andrew Forbes. 
Union — Amos J. Sterling.^' 
Vinton — E. A. Braltou. 
Wairen — James Scott. 
Washington — Mark Green 
Wayne— John Brinkerhoflf. 
Wyandot— Jonathan Maffit.' 



LVIf. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1866-1868. 
Se7iators. 

Ds riots 



Districts 

1. Hamilton — Warner M. Bateman, S. 

L. Hayden, G. B. UoUister. 

2. Butler and Warren— N. C. McFar- 

land. 

3. Montgomery and Pfeble — A. L. 

Harris. 

4. Clermont and Brown — S. F. Dowd- 

ney. 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — A. 

W. Doan. 

6. Ross and Higland — Silas Irion.* 

7. Scioto, Adamp, Pike and Jackson — 

John T. Wilson. 

8. Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 

ton — Joseph Bradbury. 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 

William R. Golden. 
10. Franklin and Pickaway — Ansel T. 

Walling, 
n. Clarke, Champaign and Madison — 

Toland Jones. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 

E. Cumming.^ 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 

—P. B. Cole. 

14. Washington, Morgan and part of 

Noble — S. Knowles. 

15. Muskingum and Perry — D. B. 

Linn. 



IG, 



-Willard 



Delaware and Licking - 

Warner. 
17 and 28. Morrow, Knox, Wayne and 

Holmes — Frank H. Hurd, Lyman 

R. Critchfield.* 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Jas. 

M. Burt. 
Guernsey, Monroe and part of 

Noble — R. Savage. 
Belmont and Harrison — Henry 

West. 
Carroll and Stark— H. 8. Martin. 
Jefferson and Columbiana — J. T. 

Brooks. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — George 

F. Brown. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

Abner Kellogg. 
Cuyahoga— Samuel Williamson. 
Portage and Summit— N. T. Tib- 

bals. 
Medina and Lorain — L. D. Gris- 

wold. 
Ashland and Richland — Manuel 

May. 
Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa" 

— E. B Sadler. 
Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot — 

Curtis Berry, jr. 



18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 
22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 
26. 

27. 

29. 

30. 

31. 



iResiKiu'*! ; llumphrcv Hoover, SviccesJior. 
-RcslRDed : .lamc- W. Robinson, successor. 
Contorted, and scat given to Parlec Carlin. 
* Resigned : A. D. Combs, Bucoessor. 
'Resigned ; S. B. Walker, successor. 
♦•Resigned ; Robert Justice, successor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



129 



LVII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Senators. 



Dirtric'ts. 

32. Mercer, Allen, Auglaize, Van Wert, 
Puiildin;?, Defiance and Williams 
— M. R. Willett, Thomas J. God- 
frey. 



Distiicts. 

33. Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 
Henry and Putnam — James C. 
Hall,*ParleeCarlin. 



Rcpresenitatives, 



Adams— Henry L. Phillips.^ 

Allen— R. E. Jones. 

Ashland— William Larwill. 

Ashtabula— S. A. Northway. 

Athens— Wm. P. Johnson. 

Auglaize — Robert B. Gordon. 

Belmont — Coulson Davenport, John 
Patton. 

Broun— Elijah M. Fitch. 

Butler— Chris. Hughes, Elias Gaston. 

Carroll— William Deford. 

Champaign— S. T. McMoran. 

Clarke— Henry C. Huston. 

Clermont— A bram Teetor."^ 

Clinton — Jesse N. Oren. 

Colombiana— S. W. Clarke, Sam'l Fox."' 

Coshocton— French W. Thornhill. 

Crawford — Thoma«f Beer. 

Cuyahoga— C avid A. Dangler, C. B. 
Lock wood, M. E. Gallup. 

Darke — Scipio My era. 

Defiance, Williams and Paulding — Wm. 
U. Hill, E. G. Denman. 

Delaware — O. D. Hough. 

Erie-A. T. Wilcox.* 

Fvrfleld— U. C. Rutter. 

Fayette— Mills Gardner. 

Franklin— Adin G. Hibbs, J. R. Mar- 
shall 

Fulton— E. Masters. 

Gallia— J. H. M. Montgomery. 

Geauga— Peter Hitchcock. 

Greene— R. F. Howard. 

Guernsey — John T. Clark. 

Hamilton — Henry Kessler, Wm. Stan- 
ton, W. P. Nixon, John M. Cochran, 
Gu«Uv Tafel, M. P. Gaddis,"^ F. H. 
Oberkline, T. L. Young, George B. 
Wright.* 

Hancock — Isaac Casac. 



Hardin— Samuel Kraner. 

Harrison — Ingram Clark. 

Highland— D. M. Barrett. 

Hocking — Wm. S. Dresbach. 

Holmes — Lan. McMarrell. 

Huron — Frank Sawyer. 

Jackson— James Tripp. 

Jefferson — Samuel C. Kerr. 

Knox — Henry B. Banning. 

Lake — Russell Hastings. 

Lawrence — Thomas N. Davey. 

Licking — John H. Putnam, John F. 

Follett. 
Logan — Donn Piatt. 
Lorain— W. W. Boynton. 
Lucas — J. A. Chase. 
Madison — R. M. Hanson. 
Mahoning — Joseph Bruflf. 
Marion — John Rosencrans. 
Medina — Hiram Bronson. 
Meigs — Thomas A. Welsh. 
Mercer and Van Wert — J. A. Estell. 
Miami — W D. Alexander. 
Monroe — Eliel Head ley. 
Montgomery — Ed. A.'Parrott, Samuel 

Furnas. 
Morgan — Thomas J. Williams. 
Morrow — John H. Rhoades. 
Muskingum — A. W. Shipley, Perry 

Wiles. 
Noble — Charles Hare. 
Ottawa and Wood— H. L. Wood. 
Perry — George Henricks. 
Pickaway — Augustus L. Perrill. 
Pike — Aaron Ferneau. 
Portage — William Stedman.* 
Preble— Philip Ly brook. 
Putnam and Henry — Samuel M. Miller. 
Richland — S. S. Bloom. 
Ross — Isaac Stookey,^ SamM B. Erskine. 



*Dicd ; W. D. Burbtigo, successor. 
•Died ; J. H. Branch, successor. 
'Resigned ; James Mariiu, succcstior. 
^Resigned; Z'llmuiia Phllli p.", successor. 
'Resigned; Griffin M. Banco, succcs.sor. 
^Resigned ; Charles E, CiSi*, successor. 
•Redgued ; Jacob Sorber, successor. 

9 R.S. 



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LVII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY—Continued. 
Representatives, 



Sandudky — James Parks. 
Scioto— Elijah Glover. 
Seneca — I^aac Kaj^y. 
Shelby— Benj. F. Le Fever. 
Stark— E. F. Schneider. 
Summit — John Encell. 
Trumbull — Austin D. Kibbee. 



Tuscarawas — John B Reed. 

Union — M. C. Lawrence. 

Vinton — Andrew J. Swaim. 

Warren— J. H. Coulter. 

Washington — A. L. Curtis, A.L. Haksin. 

Wayne — John Ault. 

Wyandot— S. M. Worth. 



LVIIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY-1868-.1870. 



Senators, 



Districts. 
1. 



Hamilton — Thos. R. Biggs, Henry 
Kessler, John F. Torrence. 

2. Butler and Warren— William H. 

Campbell. 

3. Montgomery and Preble — Jona- 

than Kenney. 

4. Clermont and Brown — S. F. Dowd- 

ney. 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — 

Samuel N. Yeoman. 
H. Ross and Highland — Henry L. 
Dickey. 

7. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson 

— James Em mitt. 

8. Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 

ton — Homer C. Jones.^ 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 

William R. Golden. 
10. Franklin and Pickaway — Robert 

Hutche^on. 
IL Clarke, Champaign and Madison — 

J. Warren Keifer. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 

L. Winner. 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 

—Solomon Kraner. 

14. Washington, Morgan and part of 

Noble — Abraham Simmons. 

15. Muskingum and Perry — Daniel B. 

Linn. 

16. Delaware and Licking — Lewis 

Evans. 



I, '«• 
; 20. 



Districts. 

17 and 28. Knox, Morrow, Holmes and 

Wayne — George Rex, Charles H. 

Scribner. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — D. W. 

Stnmbaugh.'^ 
Guernsey, Monroe and part of 

Noble — William Lawrence. 
Beln^ont and Harriton — James B. 

Jamison. 
Carroll and Stark— Beni. F. Potts. 
Jefferson and Columbiana — J. 

Twing Brooks. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — L. D. 

Woodsworth. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — J. 

B. Burrows. 
Cuyahoga — David A. Danj^ler. 
Portage and Summit — Philo B. 

Conant* 
Medina and Lorain — L. D. Gris- 

wold. 
Ashland and Richland — Manuel 

May. 
Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Otta- 
wa — Homer Everett. 
Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot — 

Curtis Berry. 
Mercer, Auglaize, Allen,Van Wert, 

Paulding, Defiance and Williams 

— Wm. Carter, Thos. J. Godfrey. 
Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — Abel M. 

Corey, James C. Hall.* 



21. 
22. 

28. 

24. 

25. 
26. 

27. 

29. 

30. 

31. 

82. 



33. 



^Contested, and seat given to Henry M. Onderdonk. 
sDied ; Simpson Hannount, succeaaor. 
'Resigned ; Wm. Stedman, aaccessor. 
<Died ; Charles A. King, successor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



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LVIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Cou tin ued. 



Representatives, 



Adams — Joseph R. Cockerill. 

Allen — R. E. Jones. 

Ashland — William Larwill. 

AshUibula — William Eames. 

Athens— William P. Johnson. 

Auglaize — Robert B. Gordon. 

Belmont — John W. Kennon, Thomas 

M. Nichol. 
Brown— Elijah M. Fitch. 
Butler— Christopher Hughes, Elias H. 

Qaston. 
Carroll — James M. Eain. 
Champaign — Samuel T. McMorran. 
Clarke — Percy Stewart. 
Cleraiont— John H. Branch, Wm. Shaw. 
Clinton — IVIadison Betts. 
Columbiana — ^Josiah Thompson, J. K. 

Rakenbrod. 
Coahocton— French W. Thornhill. 
Crawford — James Robinson. 
Cujrahofi^a — Nelson B. Slierwin, Robert 
' B. Dennis, Morris E. Gallup. 
! Darke— Jacob Baker. 

Defiance, Paulding and Williams — 

Eliaha G. Denman, Wm. D. Hill. 
Delaware — Alfreil E. Lee. 
Erie— Benjamin L. Hill. 
Ftirfield— U. C. Rutter. 
Ftyette— Samuel F. Kerr. 
Franklin— CaL T. Mann, Wm. L. Ross. 
Folton— Amos Hill. 
Onllia — John Lawson. 
Geauga— Delos W. Canfield. . 
Greene — R. F. Howard. 
Guernsey — Ross W. Anderson. 
Hamilton — Henry C. Borden, Robert S. 

Coleman, (George Crist, Henry G. 

Kennet, Fred. W. Moore, Wm. H. 

Scott, George W. Skaats, Jacob Wolf, 

Henry Warnkin. 
HiDcock — Isaac Cusac. 
Hardin — Thomas Rough. 
Harrison — Lewis Lew ton. 
Highland — John L. Hughes. 
Hocking— William T. Acker. 
Eftlmes — Lawrence McMerrill. 
Huron — Welcome O. Parker. 



Jackson — Levi Dungan. 

Jefferson— Samuel C. Kerr. 

Knox — Robert Moffett. 

Lake — S. 0. Car[>enter. 

Lawrence — Ralph Leet. 

Licking— John F. Follett,^ Wm. Parr. 

Logan — Marvin Warren. 

Lorain— Joseph Dickson. 

Lucas — John Sinclair. 

Madison — Jeriah Swetland. 

Mahoning — George W. Brook. 

Marion— Peyton Hord. 

Medina — Hiram Bronson. 

Meigs — Thomas A. Welsh. 

Mercer and Van Wert — Daniel J. Callen. 

Miami — Joseph C. Ullery. 

Monroe — Eliel Headley. 

Montgomery — Wilmer H. Belville, John 

D. Kemp. 
Morgan — Francis B. Pond. 
Morrow — Jeremiah M. Dunn. 
Muskingum — Ed. Ball, H. J. Jewett. 
Noble — Charles Hare. 
Ottawa and Wood — Henry L, Wood. 
Perry — George Hen ricks. 
Pickaway— Ansel T. Walling. 
Pike — Isaac 0. Penniston.* 
Portage — Reuben P. Cannon. 
Preble — James Sayler. 
Putnam and Henry — H. J. Boehmer.' 
Richland — Andrew Gearhart.* 
Ross — Isaac J. Finley, Laurence T. Neal. 
Sandusky- James Parks. 
Scioto— James W. Newman. 
Seneca — Edson T. Stickney. 
Shelby — William Fielding. 
Stark — Jos. Dilworth, Jos. Thompson. 
Summit — William Sisler. 
Trumbull— William Ritzell. 
Tuscarawas — John B. Read. 
Union— M. C. Lawrence. 
Vinton — Andrew J. Swaim. 
Warren — James Scott. 
Washington — Samuel M. Richardson, 

Peres B. Buell. 
Wayne— William R. Wilson. 
Wyandot — Samuel M. Worth. 



iReslgncd ; Morgan L. Odell, succeasor. 
*Died ; Isaac Auatill, saoceaBor. 
>Died ; J. J. Moore, succeflBor. 
*D\ed ; Wm. Bushnell, successor. 



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LTX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1870-1872. 
Senators, 



District*^. 

1. Ila'nilton — Thomas H Yeatman, 

Michael Goepper, Samuel F. 
Hunt, Nathaniel Lord, jr. 

2. Butler and Warren — Lewis D. 

Campbell.^ 

3. Montgomery and Preble — Peter 

Odlin. 

4. Clermont and Brown — Learner B. 

I>eed8. 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — 

Moses D. Gat eh. 

6. Ross and Highland — John Wood- 

bridge. 

7. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson 

— Jainra Emmitt. 

8. Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 

ton—Thomas C. Welch, Homer 
C. Jones 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fair6eld — 

Michael A. Daugherty. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway — Adin G 

Hibbs. 

1 1 . Clarke, Champaign and Madison — 

Aaron P. Howard. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 

L. Winner. 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 

— John Bartram. 
14 Washington, Morgan and part of 

Noble — Rodney M. Stimaon. 
1'). Muskingum and Perry — William 

H. Holden. 
10. Delaware and Lickin|[ — Jas. R. 

Hubbell.^ 



Districts. 

17 and 28. Knox, Morrow, Holmes and 

Wayne — Hinchman S. Prophet. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — Jas. 

M. Burt. 
Guernsey, Monroe and part of 

Noble — James O. A mos. 
Belmont and Harrison — James B. 

Jamison 
Carroll and Stark— Benj. F. Pott^. 
Jefferson and Columbiana— Jared 

Dumbar. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — Laurin 

D. Wood worth. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

Decius S. Wade. 
Cuyahoga — Worthy S. Streator. 
Portage and Summit Henry Mc- 

Kinney. 
Medina and Lorain — Jas. A. Bell. 
Ashland and Richland — John 

Cowan. 
Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

— Homer Everett, Joseph M. 

Root. 
Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot- 
Alexander E. Jenner. 
Mercer, Auglaize, Allen, Van Wert, 

Paulding, Defiance and Williams 

—Charles Boet-el. 
Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — Abel M. 

Corry. 



18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 
22. 

23, 

24. 

25. 
26. 

27. 
29. 

30. 



31. 
32. 



33. 



Representatives, 



Adams — Joseph R. Cocker ill. 
Allen — William Armstrong. 
Ashland — James E. Chase. 
Ashtabula — Samuel Hay ward, Elijah 

Fitch. 
Athens — Nelson H. Van Vorhes. 
Auglaize — Samuel R. Mott, jr. 
Belmont — John A. Weyer. 
Brown — ^John G. Marshall, John C. 

Waldron. 
Butler — Elias H. Gaston. 
Carroll — Wilii»im Adair. 
Champaign — Robert C. Fulton. 
Clarke — J. Kreider Mower. 
Clermont — William Shaw. 
Clinton — Thomas Geffs. 



Columbiana — Garretson L Youfg.* 
Coshocton — John Baker. 
Crawford — James Robinson. 
Cuyahoga — Harvey W. Curtis, Robert 

B. Dennis, George A. Hubbard, Wm. 

N. Hudson. 
Darke— Edward H. Walker. 
Defiance and Paulding — Levi Colby. 
Delaware — Thomas F. Joy. 
Erie — Benjamin L. Hill. 
Fairfield— Geo. S. Baker, Jesse Loehner. 
Fayette— Marshall J Williams. 
Franklin — Llewellyn Barber, Clark 

White. 
Fulton — Amos Hill. 
Gallia — Joseph Bradbury. 



^Resigned; Durbin Ward, snccesMor. 
'Rehlgned ; E. F. Poppleton, successor. 
^Resigned ; A . C. Wales, successor. 
*Died ; Josiah Thompson, successor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



133 



LIX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representative's. 



Geauga — Peter Hitchcock. 
Greene — John Little. 
Guernsey — Ross W. Anderson. 
llamiltoD — Henry M. Bates, Thomas A. 

(^»rcf»rai), A. J. Cunniughum, Ozro 

J. Doilds, Thomas J. Haldemau, Jas. 

H. Hambleton, George H. Hill, John 

K. Love, Augustus Ward, Ernst F. 

Kleinschmidt. 
Uaocock — Aaron B. Shafer. 

Hardin — Williuin Cessna. 

Harrison — Andrew P. Lacey. 

Henry — Samuel M. Heller. 

Highland — John L. Huj^hes. 

Hocking — William T. Acker. 

Holmes— Wellington Stihvell. 

Huron — Welcome O Parker, Evert 
Bogardus. 

Jackson— William S. Williams.' 

Jefferson — Samuel H. Ford. 

Knox— John D. Thompson. 

Like— Geo rpe \V. Steele. 

Lawrence — William H. Enochs. 

Licking — William Parr. 

Lognn — John A. Price 

Lorain — Jos. H. Dickson, J. Strong.^ 

Lucas— Wilson W Gdffiih. 

Madi«t»u — W. Morrow Beach. 

Mahoning — George W. Brook. 

Marion— Jam eii W. Devore. 

Mediua — Albert Munson. 

Meigj — Samuel N. Titus. 

Mercer and Van \Ven — Daniel J. Cal- 



Miami— Joseph C. UUery, John P. Wil- 
liamson. 

Monroe — William Miliigan. 

Montgomery — John Bettleton, John D. 
Kemp, Henry Schoenfeldt. 

Morgan — Richard Stanton. 

Morrow — Albert H. Brown. 

Muskingum — Edward Ball, Elias Ellis. 

Noble— Bethel Bates. 

Ottawa and Wood — William Park. 

Perry — Lewis Green. 

Pickaway— William T. Conklin. 

Pike — Isaac Austill. 

Portage — Reuben P. Cannon. 

Preble — James Sayler. 

Richland — A. C. Kile, Henry Schirck. 

Ross — Lewis W. Siffbrd. 

Sandusky — Hiram W. Winslow. 

Scioto — Elijah Glover. 

Seneca — John Seitz, Edson T. Stickney. 

Shelby — John McVay. 

Stark — Samuel C. Bowman, Ellis N. 
John>on. 

Summit — Alfred Wolcott. 

Trumbull— William Ritzell, J. K. Wing. 

Tu>carawaij — Garrett B. Smith, Michael 
V. Ream. 

Union — A. James Sterling. 

Vinton — Almond Soule. 

Warren — William W. Wilson. 

Wjisliirigfon — John A. Brown. 

Way lie — Thos. W. Peckinpaugh, Wui. 
1\. Wilson. 

Williunic — Schuyler E. Blakeslee. 

Wyandot — John Kisor. 



LX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1872-1874. 

Senators. 



Districtn. 
1. Hamilton— John S 'hifT, Josejjh F. 

Wri;;ht, Thomas L. Young. 
2 Butler and Wairen — PeterMurphy. 
D. .Momgomeiv and Preble — John D. 

lu'mp' 

4. Clermoni and iSrown— Learner B. 

L-fds 

5. Grcene,Ciiriton and Fayette — John 

Q. Smith. 

•J. R<)!ss and Highland— John H. Put- 
nam. 

" Pike, Adams, Scioto and Jackson — 
James W. Newman. 



Di.stiicls. 

8. L.'iwrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin 

ton — William Na^h. 

9. Athens, Fairfield and Hocking — 

Michael A. Daugherty. 

10. ?^ranklin and Pickaway — John '^' 

Thompson. 

11. Clarke, Chnnipaign and Madison — 

William M. Beach. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelbv — John 

W. Morris. 

13. Logan, Union, Hardin and Marion 

— I^aac S. Gardner. 



'I'ied ; Thos. L. Iltighet', sncces.«»or. 
'Resigned ; Ilcinsjii Ely, 8UCceH*:or. 
*Contestc<t, and scat given to James Sayler, 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Senators, 

Districts. Ulstrlcts. 

14. Wa-shington, Morg'»n and part of r 24. 
Noble — Rodney M. Stimson. ' 

Muskingum and Perry — Wm. IL , 25. 

Holden. n 

Delaware and Licking — John B. 2(v 

Jones. I 

17 and 28. Knox, Morrow, Holmes and 27 

Wayne — Henry D. McDowell. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas— Abra- 30 

ham W. Patrick. ,, 

Guernsey, Monroe and part of 31. 

Noble — James 0. Amos. 
Harrison and Belmont — Samuel 32. 

Knox. 
Carroll and Stark — A r vine C. ,, 

Wales. ' 33. 

Jefferson and Columbiana — Jona- ' 

thauT. Updegrafr. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — Lucian 

C. Jones. I 



15. 



16. 



18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 



23 



Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 

John & Casement. 
Cuyahoga — Benjamin R. Bevit, 

Allan T. Brinsmade. 
Portage and Summit — Alphonso 

Hart, 
and 29. Medina, Lorain and Rich- 
land-^ James A. Bell. 
Huron, Erie, Sandubky and Ottawa 

— Welcome O. Parker. 
Crawtord, Seneca and Wyandot — 

Alexander E. Jenner. 
Auglaize, Allen, Mercer, Van Wert, 

Defiance. Paulding and Williams 

— Chaj». Boesel,Phil.W.Hardesty. 
Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Fulton, 

Henry and Putnam — Dresam W. 

H. Howard, Hanks B. Gage. 



Reprci^entallvcs. 



Adams — Jesse Ellis. 

Allen — Isaiah Pillars. 

Ashland — James E. Chase. 

Ashtabula— W. P. Howland. 

Athens — Nelson H. Van V()rhes». 

Auglaize — Samuel R. Mott, jr. 

Belmont — Thomas H. Armstrong. 

Brown — John C. Waldron. 

Butler— S. B. Berry. 

Carroll — William Adair 

Champaign — Robert C. Fulton. 

Clarke— Benj. Neff. 

Clermont — Ira Ferguson. 

Clinton — Jesse N. Oien. 

Columbiana— Josiah Thorn |)^on. 

Coshocton — Brisbin C. Blackburn. 

Crawford — Thomas J. White. 

Cuyahoga — Charles H. Bahcock, Henry 
M. Chapman, liaivey W^. Curtis, 
William C. McFailand, Geo. Nokes. 

Darke — Thomas D Siilcs. 

Defiance and Paulding — Levi Colby. 

Delaware — Eugene Powell. 

Erie — David C. Richmond. 

Fairfield — Je8.«e Loehncr.^ 

Favette— Marshal J. Williams 

Franklin— Wm. L. Ross, Clark White. 

Fulton — Ezra Mann 

Gallia — Joseph Bradbury. 

Geauga — George 11. P'ord. 

(rreene — John Little. 

Guernsey — Abraham Armstrong. 

*Dic<l ; G. S. Baker. siifCfssor. 
^liesigiiod ; H. F. lirashear, successor. 
^Resigned : M. W. Oliver, successor. 



Hamilton — John M. Brunswick, John 
M. Cochran, Thomas A. Corcoran, 
Robert Creighton,^ John T. Fallis, 
Thomas J. Haldeman, John A. Shank, 
Robert O. Strong,' Charles P. Taft, 
John M. Wilson. 

Hancock — Charles Oesterlen. 

Hardin — Benjamin Waddle. 

Harrison — David Cunningham. 

Henry — John M. Haag. 

High in nd — Peter N. Wickerham. 

Hocking — Oakley Case. 

Holmes — Wellinprton Stilwell. 

Huron — Henry C. Breckeniidge. 

Jackson — Bernard Kahn. 

Jetferson — Samuel H. Ford. 

Knox — William C. Cooper. 

Lake— George W^. Sicele. 

Lawrence — Henry Berkstreftser. 

Licking— William Bell, jr. 

Logan — Tiiomas Miltenberger. 

Lorain — Heman Ely. 

Lucas— (luido Marx, Russell C. Thomp- 
son. 

Madison— (ieorge W. Wilnon. 

Mah(ming— Cook F. Kirtland. 

Marion — Robert Hill. 

Medina — Albert Mnnson. 

Meigs— Samuel N. Titus. 

Mercer — Daniel J. Callen. 

Miami— George C.Clyde. 

Monroe — William Milligan. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



13.5 



LX. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives. 



Montgomery — Henry Schoenfcldt, .J. 

McLean Smith. 
Morgan — Richard Stanton. 
Morrow — Albert H. Brown. 
Muskingum— Wm. H. Ball, Elias Elli.*. 
Noble — Ben. F. Sprigga. 
Ottawa— N. C. Lelaud. 
Perry — Lewis Green. 
Pickaway — Aaron R. Van Cleaf. 
Pike — Isaac Austill. 

Portage — Joseph R. Connul. 

Preble — Joseph Miller. 

Putnam — J. J. Moore. 

Richland— A. C. Lile. 

Ross — Milton McCoy. 

Sandusky — Andrew Smith. 

Scioto — John C. Ma lone. 



Seneca — John Seitz. 

Shelby — Jonathan Counts. 

Stark — Samuel C. Bowman^ Ellis N. 

J oh r. son. 
Summit — Sanford M. Buinham. 
Trumbull — Joseph K. Wing. 
Tuscarawas — Garrett B. Smith. 
Union — A. James Sterling. 
Van Wert — Henry W'eible. 
Vinton — Thomas M. Bay. 
Warren^James Scott. 
Washington — William G. Way. 
Wayne — Thomas W. Peckinpaugh. 
W^illiame — Schuyler E. Blakeslee. 
Wood — John Norris. 
Wvandot — John Kisor. 



LXL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1874-1876- 
Senators. 



Districts. 

1. Hamilton— William Piit Wallace, 

Vachel Worthington, Stephen 
H. Burton. 

2. Butler and Warren — Benjamin 

Butter worth. 

3. Montgomery aLd Preblo — David B. 

Cor win. 

4. Brown and Clermont — -H. V. Kerr. 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — 

Samuel N. Yeoman. 

6. Ross and Highland — Henry A. i 

Shepherd. | 

7. Adams, Scioio, Pike and Jackson — 

James W. Newman. 

8. Meigs, Lawrence, Gallia and Vin- i 

ton— J. R. Philson. I 

9. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 

Robert E. Reese. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway— John G. 

Thompson.* 

11. Clarke, Champaign and Madison 

—Alexander Waddle. 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby — John 

W. Morris. 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 

— M. C. Lawrence. 

14. Washington, Morgan and part of i| 

Noble— Peres B. Buell. I 

15. Muskingum and Perry — Eliats 

Ellis. 

16. Delaware and Licking — William I 

P. Reid. I 



Dist riots. 

17 and 28. Knox, Warren, Wayne and 

Holmes— Daniel Paul. 
Coshocton and Tuscarawas — John 

C. Fisher. 
Guernsey, Monroe and part of Noble 

— John W. Lauehlin. 
Belmont and Harrison — Samuel 

Knox. 
Stark and Carroll — Edwin Ferrall. 
Columbiana and Jefferson — J. K. 

Rukenbrod. 
Trumbull and Mahoning — Lucian 

C. Jones. 
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga— J. 

N. Hathaway. 
Cuyahoga — Harvey W. Curti*, 

William Bingham. 
Portage and l^'ummit — N. W. 

Goodhue, 
and 29. Medina, Lorain, Richland 

and Ashland — Andrew M. Burns. 
Huron,Efie, Sandusky and Ottawa 

— John H. Hudson. 
Seneca, Crawford and W^yandot — 

John Seitz. 
Auglaize, Allen, Defiance, Mercer, 

Paulding, Van Wert and Wil- 
liams — William Sheridan, jr., 

George W. Andrews. 
Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, 

Putnam and Wood — William A. 

Tressler, Emory D. Potter. 



18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 
22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 



30. 
31. 



33. 



Appointed Railroad Commissioner; Wm. Miller, successor. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LXI. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Representatives, 



Adams — Richard Ramsey. 
Allen — Thomas M. Robb. 
Ashland — Benjamin Myers. 
Ashtabula— W. P. How'land. 
Athens — Charles H. Gro-svenor. 
Auglaize — John H. Mesloh. 
Belmont — Thomas H. Arm^^trong. 
Brown— Eli B. Parker. 
Butler — Jacob Kemp. 
Carroll — Jo-^eph Carnahan. 
Champaign — J. F. Gowey. 
Clarke — Benjamin Nefl'. 
Clermont — S. A. West. 
Clinton — Jesse N. Oren. 
Columbiana — E. S. Holloway. 
Coshocton — John Baker, 
(/raw ford — Thomas J. White. 
Cuyahoga — Henry M. Chapmpn, John 

M. Cooley, Orlando J. Iiodge, John 

P. Holt, Joseph M. Poe. 
Darke— Ed. M. Walker. 
Defiance and Pauldinj; — Henry Hardy. 
Delaware— T. B. Williams. 
Erie— D. C. Richmond. 
Fairfield — George S. Baker. 
Fayette — John L. Myers. 
Franklin — George L. Converse, John 

H. Heitmann. 
Fulton — Ezra Mann. 
Gallia— E. A. Stone, 
Geauga — George H. Ford. 
Greene — Isaac M. B:irrett. 
Guernsey — Abraham Armstrong. 
Hamilton — Chapman C. Archer, Geo. 

W. Boyce, John J. Ge^han, James S. 

Gordon, Paul A. J. Huston, Edwin 

W. Miller, ElluTt P. Newell, John M. 

Pattison, Thomas E. Sater, James L. 

Haven. 
Hancock— Wm. M. McKinley. 
Hardin — A. W. Munson. 
Harrison — Samuel llerron. 
Henry — John M. Haag. 
Highland — Thomas H. Baskin. 
Hocking — Oakley Case.* 
Holmes — M. A. Hoagland. 
Huron — Edgar Martin. 
Jackson — Thomas J. Harrison. 
Jefferson — Reese (t. Richards. 



Knox — Allen G. Beach. 

Like — Hosmer G. Tryon. 

Lawrence — Jonathan Morris. 

Licking — William Bell, jr.'' 

Lorain — John U. Faxon. 

Logan — W^illiam W. Beatty. 

Lucas — R. C. Thomp.son, Guide Marx. 

Madison — Rodney C. McCloud. 

Mahoning — Sheldon Newton. 

Marion — Robert Hill. 

Medina — F. R. Loomifl. 

Meigs — O. B. Chapman. 

Mercer — Hiram Murliu. 

Miami — Joseph E. Pearson. 

Monroe — James Watson. 

Montgomery — Christian A. Coler, Jas. 

F. Thompson. 
Morgan — John C. Vincent. 
Morrow — Thomas E. Duncan. 
Muskingum — Jas. A. Moorehead, John 

B. Sheppard. 
Noble— William Van Meter. 
Ottawa — Lebbeus Cole. 
Perry— E. R. P. Baker. 
Pickawav— Wm. T. Conklin. 
Pike— Jacob B. Ray. 
Preble— Griffin H. EidsoD. 
Portage — Orvil Blnke. 
Putnam — George \.. Light. 
Richland — Robert Barnett. 
Ross — Milton McCoy. 
Sai.dusky — Benjamin Inman. 
Scioto — George Johnson. 
Seneca — James A. Norton. 
Shelby— E. M. Green. 
Stark — Edward Brook, Johnson Sher- 

rick. 
Summit — Hiram H. Mack. 
Trumbull — Thomas J. McLain, jr. 
Tuscarawas — Edward C. Lewis. 
Union — William H. Conkrigbt. 
Van Wert— Henry Weible. 
Vinton — Thomas M. Bay. 
Warren — James Scott.' 
Washington — John Varley. 
Wayne — Ephraim B. Esbelman. 
Williams — John W. Nelson. 
Wood— Nathan Hatfield 
Wyandot — L. A. Brunncr. 



^Rcsi^Mied : Wm. M. Bowen. successor. 

-Kltiied Secretary of State ; Wni. D. Smith, successor. 

-Resigned ; Thomas M. Wale?, successor. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



137 



LXIT. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— If 76-1 878. 
SencUors. 



lUstrii ts. 

1. H:miilton— J. H. Bales', H. Kes^ler, 

E. F. Kleinschmidt. 

2. BuilerandWarreii — P.M.Dcchant.* 
"». Montgom^y and Preble — A. Haines. 

4. Clerniontand Brown — II. V. Kerr. '! 

5. Greene, Clinton and Fayette — A. 

Slangier. 

6. Rass and Highland — A. L. Brown. 

7. Adam?, Pikf, Sciolo and Jackson 

—I. T. Monahau. 

8 Lawrence, Gallia, Meigd and Vin- 
ton — J. R. Philson. 

9. Athen?, Hocking and Fjurficld — 

R. E. Reese. 
lU. Franklin and Pickaway — William 
Miller. 

11. Clarke, Champaign and Madison — 

W. R. Warnock. II 

12. Miami, Darke and Shelby— N. R. \[ 

Burresj*. • 

13. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin I 

-W. W. Beatty. 

14. Washington, Morgan and part of j 

Noble — R. Stanton. ;; 

15 Muskingum and Perry — EliasEllis. \\ 

16. Delaware and Licking — J. W. j 

Owens. ' 
17 and 28. Knox, Morrow, Wayne and 

Holmes — John Ault. 



Districts. 

18. Coshocton and Tuscarawas — E. C. 

lewis. 

19. Guernst'V, Monroe and part of 

Noble— -J. R. Williams. 

20. B'lmont and Harrison — Samuel 

Knox. 

21. Carroll and Stark— A. R. Haines. 

22. Jefferson and Columbiana — J. K. 

Rukenbrod. 

23. Mahoning and Trumbull— J. R. 

Johnson. 

24. Ashtabula, Stark and Geauga — S. 

S. Burrows. 

25. Cuyahoga— H. W. Curtiss, J. C. 

Schenck. 

26. Portage and Summit — M. Kent. 
27 and 21). Medina, Lorain, Ashland 

and Richland — A. M. Burns. 

30. Huron, Erie, S.indu.sky and Ottawa 

— J. H. Hudson. 

31. Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot — 

E. T. Stickney. 

32. Allen, Auglaize, Defiance, Mercer, 

Paulding, Van Wert and Williams 
— G.W. Andrews, W.Sheridan, jr. 

33. Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, 

Putnam and Wood — T. P. Brown. 



Representatives, 



Adams— J. W. Eylar. 

Allen— M. L. Baker. 

Ashland— B. Myers. 

Ashtabula— W. P. Rowland. 

Athens — C. H. Grosvenor. 

Anglaize — J. H. Mealoh. 

Belmont— W. Bundy, E. V. Cleaver. 

Brown — E. Flaugher. 

Butler— Jacob Kemp, J. E. Neal. 

Carroll — J. Carnahan. 

Champaign — ^T. A. Cowgill. 

Clarke— J. F. Oglevee. 

Clermont — S. A West. 

Clinton — I. W. Quinby. 

Oiliinibiana — D. Boycc, E. S. Holloway. 

Cu-hocton — E. L. Lybarger. 

Crawiord — J. G. Meuser. 

Cuyahoga — H. Sorter, O. J. Hodge, J. 

Feb r^n batch, M. L. Dempcy, T. 

Breck. 
Darke— S. A. Hostetter. 
I>efiance and Paulding — A.sa Toberen. 



ii Delaware — J. A. Carothers. 
: Erie — J. Doug;las. 
I Fairfield— A. Seifert. 

Fayette— W. Millikin. 

Franklin — J. C. Groom, G. L. Converse. 

Fulton — John Fenton. 

Gallia— E. A. Stone. 

Geauga — P. Hitchcock. 

Greene — I. M. Barrett. 

Guernsey — T. S. Luccock. 

Hamilton — S. W. Bard, L. Burckhardt, 
G. Dirr, H. P. Goebel, J. E. Naylor, 
G. W. Skaats, P. F. Stryker, R. M. 
, White, W. P. Wiltsee, J. Zumstein. 

Hancock — A. Phillips. 

Hardin — John Haley. 

Harrison — A. C. Nixon. 

Henry — A. R. Scheble. 

Highland — H. C. Dawson. 

Hocking — W. M. Bowen. 

Holmes — M. A. Hoaglaud. 

Huron — E. Bogardus. 



U)lc<1 ; WilliHrn II. Slukcs, succcs>()r. 
'Dici] : IKnry Sheets, succ-'ssor. 
'Die<l ; James C Me.««sor. successor. 



138 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE, 



LXII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 
Representatives, 



Jackson — A. B. MoD«ahan. 

Jefferson — R. G. Richards. 

Knox — A. Hart. 

Lake— H. G. Tryon. 

Lawrence — Ellas Nigh. 

Licking — W. D. Smith. 

Logan — D. Dow. 

Lorain — J. H. Faxon. 

Lucas — C. Huberich, R. C. Thompson. 

Madison — J. N. Beach. 

Mahoning — Joseph Barclay. 

Marion — J. D. Guthery. 

Medina — E. S. Perkins. 

Meigs — A. Davies. 

Mercer — G. W. Raudabaugh. 

Miami— J. C. Ullery. 

Monroe — James Watson. 

Montgomery — T.F.Thresher,E.Schul«z, 

G. A. Grove. 
Morgan — C. S. Cory. 
Morrow — T. E. Duncan. 
Muskingum — L. Rambo, H. L Cogsil. 
Noble— J. M. Dalzell. 
Ottawa — L. Cole. 
Perry— E. R. P. Baker. 



Pickaway— C. F. Klrimmel. 
Pike— J. W. Washburn. 
Portage— O. Blake. 
Preble — A. J. Hawley. 
Putnam— G. W. Light. 
Richland — R. BarnetL 
Ross — J. C. Entreken. 
Sandusky — B. Inman. 
Scioto— J. T. Sellards. 
Seneca — J. A. Norton. 
Shelby— J. M. Carson. 
Stark— R. G. Williams, J. Sherrick. 
Summit — O. P. Nichols. 
Trumbull- T. J. McLain, jr., D. J. Ed- 
wards. 
Tuscarawas — Wm. Johnson. 
Union — F. Garwood. 
Van Wert— J. C. Stump. 
Vinton — A. J. Swaim. 
Warren— T. M. Wales. 
Washington — G. Smith, Henry Bohl. 
Wayne— T. A. McCoy. 
Williams— G. W. Money. 
Wood— E. R. Sage. 
Wyandot — L. A. Brunner. 



LXIIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1878-1880. 

Senators, 



Districts. 

1. Hamilton — J. M. Armstrong, Wm. 

T. Forrest, Henry C. Lord, Theo- 
dore Marsh. 

2. Butler and Warren — William H. 

Stokes. 

3. Montgomery and Preble — Geo. A. 

Grove. 

4. Clermont and Brown — G. P. Tyler. 

5. Greene, 'Clinton and Fayette — 

Tlios. S. Jackson. 
•). Highland an<l Ross — John C. Mc- 
Donald. 

7. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson — 

Irvine Dungan. 

8. Liiwrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vin- 

ton — Lindsey Kelly. 
D. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield — 
B. W. Carlisle. 

10. Franklin and Pickaway — Charles 

F. Krimmel. 

11. Chirke, Champaign and Madison — 

George W. Wilson. 



Distriels. 

i 12. Miami, Darke and Shelby— J. M. 
I Car son. 

I 13. Ligan, Union, Marion and Hardin 
— Hylas Sabine. 

I 14. Wnshington, Morgan and part of 

Noble — John Irvine. 
' 15. Muskingum and Perry — Lyman J. 

Jack.son. 
' IG. Delaware and Licking — James W. 
' 0\vcn>. 

' 17 and 28. Knox, Morrow, Wayne and 
; Holmes — John H. Benson. 

' 18. Coshocton and Tuscarawas — John 

C. Fisher. 
' 19. GutruMey Monroe and part of 

I I Noble — Jo-eph i^. Williams. 

j 20. Belmont and Harrison — David 
I Wagener. 

, 21. Carroll and Stark — Johnson Sher- 
rick. 
22. Jefferson and Columbiana — R. G. 
' Kichards. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 



139 



LXIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Senators, 



Di-'tricts. 

23. Mahoning and Trumbull— Joseph 

R. Johnston. 

24. Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — W. 

P. Howland. 
2.'). Cuyahoga — Harvey W. Curti;i. 
26. Portage and Summit — David D. 

Beebe. 
27 and 29. Medina, Lorain, Ashland 

and Richland— Thos. W. Beer. 



Districts. 

30. Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Ottawa 
— C. S. Parker. 

j 31. Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot — 

j John Seitz. 

I 32. Allen, Auglaize, Defiance, Mercer, 
Paulding, Van Wert and Wil- 
liams — Gaylord W. Saltzgaber. 
33. Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, 
Putnam and Wood — James B. 
Stcedman, David Joy. 



Rqnesientative)*. 



Adams — Joseph W. Eylar. 

Allen — Michael L. Baker. 

Ashland— John W. Bull. 

Ashtabula — Freeman Thorp. 

Athens — Charles Townsend. 

Aiiglaisse — Lewis C. Sawyer. 

Belmont — R J. Alexander, Harvey 

Dan ford. 
Brown— Eli B. Parker. 
Butler — Horace P. Clough, James E. 

Neal. 
Carroll — Thomas Leggett. 
Champaijin — Thomas A. Cowgill. 
Clarke — John F. Oglevee. 
Clermont — James Cros.«ton. 
Clinton — Isaiah W. Quinby. 
Columbiana — David Boyce, Samuel C. 

Kerr. 
Coshocton — John Hardy. 
Crawford — Jacob G. Meuser. 
Cuyahoga — Joseph M. Poe, L. A. Pal- 
mer, Geo. H. Foster, M. L. Dempcy, 

John C. Covert. 
Darke— S. A. Hostetter. 
Defiance and Panlding — Henry Hardy. 
Delaware— David H. Elliott. 
Erie — James Douglass. 
Fairfield — Abraham Seifert. 
Fayette — M. S. Creamer. 
Franklin— H. J. Booth, Clark While. 
Fulton — John Fen ton. 
Gallia— S. Y. Wasson. 
Geauga — Peter Hitchcock. 
Greene — John W. Green. 
Guernsey — Thomas S. Luccock. 
Hamilton — L. 8. Brown, Milo G. Dodds, 

Wm. Jessup, Fred Klimper, B. F. 

Lovelace, Wm. B. Loder, J-^seph G. 

Sextro, John Sullivan, Irvin B. 

Wright 
Hancock — Henry Sheets. 



Hardin — John Haley. 

Harrison — Jesse Forsythe. 

Henry — Herman Groschner. 
i Highland — H. C. Dawson. 

Hocking— S. S. Wolf. 

Holmes — James A. Estill. 

Huron— John A. Williamson. 

Jackson — A. B. JVIonahan.^ 

Jeflerson — Thomas B. Scott. 

Knox — Abel Hart. 

Lake— James P. Smead. 

Lawrence — Charles W. McCoy. 

Licking — Joel L. Tyler. 

Logan — Duncan Dow. 

Lorain — Lucius Herrick. 

Lucas— Harvey Kellogg, D. B. Sturgeon. 

Madison — H. S. Quinn. 

Mahoning — Robert Mackey. 

Marion — John D. Guthery. 

Medina — E. S. Perkins. 
I Meigs — J. L. Carpenter. 
I Mercer — A. D. Marsh. 
" Miami — Samuel Sullivan. 
;i Monroe — Henry Maury. 

Montgomery — John O'Conner,^ H. H. 
Hendrick, Daniel Crossley. 

Morgan — John C. Morrey. 

Morrow — Allen Levering. 

Muskingum — Herman F. Achauer. 

Noble — James M. D Izell. 

Ottawa — Lorenzo Ellis. 

Perry — Curtis Troviuger. 

Pickaway — A. R. Van Cleaf 

Pike- -John W. Washburn. 

Portage- -Charles R. Harmon. 

Preble— D. C. Stubbs. 

Putnam — David I. Brown. 

Richland— S. S. Bloom. 

Ross— William H. Reed. 

Sandusky — A. Dunham. 

Scioto — R. H. Hay man. 



iDicd : James B. Paine, successor. 
-Expelled ; James Turner, successor. 



140 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LXIII. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Utpresentatlves. 



Seneca — James A. Xorton. 
Shelbv — Huber Hume. 
Siark--D.iii'l Worlry, R. G Wiliiaiiir*. 
Suiiiniit — liinim H. Mjirl:. 
Trumbull— E. A. K (^H. D J. EdwarJs. 
Tuacaiawa?* — William Jo1iiim)m. 
Union — W. IL C.)nkriglit. 
Van Weit — Jame.s W. Uinier. 



Vinton — Andrew J. Swaim. 
Warnn — Thomas M. Wales. 
Wasiiingiou — Gilbert Sniilli, 

Bt>hl. 
W lyiit — Tlioma^ A. McCoy. 
WiiliauKs — K. M. Caner. 
W(Mid — Edwin R. J^a^e. 
Wya.'idot— Willard I). Tyler. 



Henry 



LXIV. GENERAL A^SEMD:.Y-18S0-1882. 
Scnat'irs. 



Dis;ri(.'t>. 

1. Hamilton — Bjcjaniin Eji^leston, 

Chas. Fleiscb. pan II,, Ionian Kirby. 

2. Butler and Warren — J. L. Mounts. 

3. Montgomery and Treble — John F. 

Sinks. 

4. Clermont and B/own — George P. 

Tyler. 
r>. Greene, Clinton and Faye'.te — A. 
R. Creamer. 

6. Highland and R.js.-j — John C. 

En trek in. 

7. AdamHjPike, Scioto and Jackson — 

John K. Pollard. 

8. Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs anil Vin- 

ton — William C. Cline, Lindsey 

Kelley. 
0. Athen-i, Hocking and Fairfield — 

B. W. Carlisle. 
10. Franklin and i*ickaway — A. R. 

Van Cleaf. 
IL Clarke, Cliampaign and Madison — 

Thomas J. Pringle. 
12. Mnimi. Daike and Shelbv — Geo. 

W. Moore. 
\:i. Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin 

Luther M. Strong. 
14. Washington, Mtirgan and part of 

Noble — Francis B. Pond. 
IT). Muskingum and Perry — Lyman J. 

Jackson. 
16. Delaware and Licking — F. M. 

MnrriotT. 



Distrji- 
17 



18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

28. 

24. 

25. 
2(3. 
27 

oO, 

ai. 

32. 



jsml 28. Knox, Morrow. Wayne and 
Holmes — Lecky Harper, J. J. 
Sullivau. 

Cosfhooton and Tuscarawas — 
Beriah Wilkins. 

(Tuernhcy, Monroe and parto. Moble 
— Fiank M. Atkinson. 

Belmont and Hariison — D. A. 
Hollingswortb. 

C.irroll and Stark— E. N. Harts- 
horn. 

Jellerson and Columbiana — R. G. 
Richards. 

Mahoning and Trumbull — H. B. 
Perkins. 

Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga — 
Peter Hitchcock. 

Cuyahoga — T. J. Carran. 

Portage and Summit — D. D. Beebe. 
and 29. Medina, Lorain, Ashland 
and Richland — Thomas M. Beer, 
R. A. Horr. 

Huron, Erie, Sanduskv and Ottawa 
— H E. O'Hagan, C. S. Parker. 

Seneca, Crawlord and Wyandot — 
Moses H. Kirby. 

Allen, Auglaize, Defiance, Mercer, 
Paulding, Van Wert and Wil- 
liams — G. M. Sallzgaber. 

Fulion, Hancock, Henry, Luca?, 
Putnam and Wood — John A. 
Wilkins. 



Adams — J. L. Coryell. 
Allen— W. H. McCullough. 
Ashland — ^John Bull. 
Ashtabula — Freeman Thorp, 

French. 
Athens — Charles Townscnd.^ 
Auglaize — L. C. Sawyer. 



Repr€i<entativex. 

1 Belmont— G. R. Atchison. 

' Butler — John R. Brown. 

1 Brown — Robert Cochran. 

N. E. ! Carroll — Thomas Leggett. 

I Champaign — Thomas A. Cowgill. 

; Clarke— N. M. McConkey, E. G. Dial 



'ElectcHl Secretary of SUite; Charles L. Kurtz, successor. 



QE.NEUAL ASSEMBLIES. 



141 



LXIV. GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Rrj)re«en(attvc8, 



Clermont— Ira Fiirgeson, L^'onard W. 

Bisiiop. 
Clinton— D. S. King. 
Columbiana— S. C. Kerr. 
Coshocton— .Tnhn Hardy. 
Crawford -J. E. Corry. 
Cuyahojra — Jolin C Covert, M. L. 

Demi)cy, L. A. Palmer, George 1". 

Chapman. 
Darke— W. Long, Chsirles N»i:lev. 
Defiance and Paulding — Bei'j. Pat ion. 
Delaware — J. S. Jones. 
Erie— A. II. Pearl. 
Fairfield — llohei t Sliarj>e. 
Fayette — William Milligan. 
Franklin — John C. Groom, B-'ui. Reese, 

W. T. Wallace. 
Fulton — Ciiarlc^s L. Allen. 
Gallia— L. M. Beman. 
Creauga — L N. Haihaway. 
Gieene — J. W. Greene. 
Guernsey — Roland S. Frame. 
Hamilton — L.M.Davtnn,PoterStryker. 

Charles C. Davis' D. Gano Ray, F. 

Kirchner, William H. Hill, Jo»of)h 

E. Hart, Geo. W. William*, Louis 

Voight. 
Hancock — William H. Wheeler. 
Hardin — S. E. Young. 
Harrison — Oliver G. Cope. 
Henry — H. Groeschner. 
Highland — J. J. Pugsley. 
Hocking— S. S. Wolf. 
Holmes — Jam^s A. Estill. 
Huron — John A. Williamson. 
Jackson — James B. Paine. 
Jefferson — Thomas B. Scott 
Kno.x — William M. Koons. 
Lake — G<^orKC W. Clement. 
Lawrence — L. W. Elsworth. 
Licking— Benjamin Brownfield, J. L. 

Tyler. 
Logan — James Walker. 
Lorain — Lucius Herrick. 
Lucas— N. M. Howard, C. 1 Hoi Iowa y. 



Madison— John F. l^ocke. 

Mahoning — Thomas II. Wilson. 

Marion — .[. J. Il«»iklns. 

Medina — A Ivan I). Licey. 

Meigs — J. L. Carpenter. 

IVTorcor — A. H. Marsh. 

Miami — M. Hayes, Sainuel Sullivan. 

Monroe — Ct. W. Stewart. 

Montgomery — Simon Brenner, C. N". 

Vall.H.ilicrliani. 
Morgan — .Jnhn C. Morey. 
Morrow- -James Cji lisle. 
Muskingum — Robert Price. 
Ntible - lit nry R. Smith. 
Ottawa — Lorenzo Ellis. 
Periy — II. C. (ireiner. 
Pickawav — David Yates. 
Pike — Alfred Moore. 
Portage — Chaihs R. Harmon, 
r^reble— D. C. S'uhh-. 
Putnam — D. J. Brown. 
Richland— U. B. .McCrory, S. S, Bloom. 
Ross--William II. Reed, Theodore Spet- 

nagle. 
Sandusky — A. Dunham. 
Scioto — Amos B. Cole. 
Seneca — Amt»s Decker. 
Shelby — H. Hume. 
Stark'— Thomas C. Snyder, Silas J. 

Conrad. 
Summit — Jo'm Hill, L. S. Eb right. 
Trumbuli-E. A. Rr^ed. 
Tuscarawas — H. H. Porter, G. W. 

Criies. 
Union — A. B. Rt;binson. 
Van Wert — James W. Rimer. 
Vinton — Columbus P. Ward. 
Warren — James Scott. 
Washington — Thomas P. Moore. 
Wayne — A. M. Armstrong, F. M. 

Barton. 
Williams — William Letcher. 
Wood— W. H. Wet more. 
Wyahdot- W. D. Tyler. 



SEJ^ATORS AND REPRESENTATIYES 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1881—1883. 



144 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



FORTY-SEVENTH COXGllESS -1881-1883. 
Senators. 



Name. 



ItosMenoc. 



Alabama. 



John T. Morjxan 
James L. Pugli.... 



Selina.... 
P^ufaula 



A rkansas. 



A. H. Garland 

James D. Walker 



Little Rock . 
Kavetteville 



CalifomUi. 



James T. Farlev 
John F. Miller'.. 



Jackson 

San Francisco 



Colorado. 



Henrv M.Teller.. 
Nathaniel P. Hill 



Central City. 
Denver '.. 



Connecticut. 



Orville H. Piatt 

Joseph U. llawley 



Meriden.. 
Harlfor<i 



Del: I ware. 



EU Saulsbiiry 

Thomas F. B'.iyard . 



Dover 

Wilmington . 



Fforifla. 



Wilkinson Call 

Charles W. Jones . 



Jacksonville 
Pensacola .... 



Georgia. 



Benjamin H. Hill. 
Joseph E. Brown . 



Illinois. 



David Davis — 
John A. J/>i:an 



Atlanta 
Atlanta 



Bloomiugton 
Chicago 



LuUiin/i. 



Daniel W. Voorheea 
lienjamin Harrison 



Terre Haute. 
Indianapolis. 



Iowa. 



William B. Allison. 
James W.McDill'... 



Dubuque 
Afton 



Terra of 
service. 



1877-1883 
1880-1885 



1877-1883 
1879-18a5 



1879-1880 
1881-1887 



1876-1883 
1879-18a5 



1879-1865 
1881-1887 



1871-1883 
18f59-1887 



1879-18a5 
1875-1887 



1877-1883 
1880-1885 



1877-1883 
1879-1885 



1877-18a5 
1881-1887 



1873-18a5 
1881 



^ Api>olnlcd by the yovenior. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
Skxators— Continued. 



145 



Name. 



Kansas, 



Preston B. Plumb . 
John J. Ingalls .... 



KerUuchj, 



John S. Williams . 
James 6. Beck 



Lmtisiana. 



William Pitt Kellogg.. 
Benjamin F. Jonas 



Maine. 



William P. Frye . 
Eugene Hale 



Maryland. 



James B. Groome.. 
Arthur P. Gorman . 



MoMachuseits. 



George F. Hoar... 
Henry T. Dawes . 



Residence. 



Michigan. 



Thomos W. Ferry. 
Omar D. Conger ... 



Minnesota. 



William Windom 

Samuel J. R. McMillan.. 



Mississippi. 



LQ. C. I^mar. .. 
James Z. George. 



Missouri. 



George G. Vest 

Francis M. Cockrell . 



Nebraska. 



Alvin Saunders 

Charles H. Van Wyck. 



Nevada. 



John P. Jones 
James G. Fair , 
10 



Emporia 

Atchison 

Mt. Sterling ... 
Lexington , 

New Orleans .. 
New Orleans .. 

Lewiston 

Ellsworth 

Elkton 

Laurel 

Worcester 

Pittsfield 

Grand Haven.. 
Port Huron 

Winona 

St. Paul 

Oxford 

Jackson 

Kansas City ... 
Warrensburg . 

Omaha 

Nebraska City 

Gold Hill 

Virginia City . 



Term of 
service. 



1877-1883 
1873-1886 



1879-1885 
1877-1889 



1877-1883 
1879-1885 



1881-1883 
1881-1887 



1879-1886 
1881-1887 



1877-1883 
1876-1887 



1871-1883 
1881-1887 



1881-1883 
1876-1887 



1877-1883 
1881-1887 



1879-1886 
1875-1887 



1879-1883 
1881-1887 



1873-1885 
1881-^1887 



8.8. 



146 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF ^TATE. 
Sexatobs— Continued. 



Name. 



New Hampshire. 



Edward H. Rollins. < 
Henry W. Blair 



New Jer^. 



John K. Mcpherson. 
William J. Sewell .... 



New York. 



Elbridge G. Lapham . 
Warner Miller 



Norih Carolina, 



Matt W. Ransom . 
Zebulon B. Vance.. 



Ohio. 

George H. Pendleton. 
John Sherman 



Oregon. 



Liafayette Grover 
James H. Slater... 



Residence. 



Pennsylvania. 

James Donald Cameron .. . 
John I. Mitchell 



Rhode Mand. 



Henrv B. Anthonv. 
Nelson W.AldricIi. 



South Carolina. 



M. C.Butler 

Wade Hampton 



Tennen<ee. 



Isham G. Harris 

Howell £. Jackson . 



Tejra$. 



Richard Coke. 
S. B. Maxey ... 



Vermont. 



Justin S. Morrill 

George F. Edmunds.. 



Concord 

Plymouth .... 

Jersey City.., 
Camaen 

Canandaigua 
Herkimer .... 

Weldon 

Charlotte 

Cincinnati ... 
Mansfield .... 

Salem 

La Grande .. 

Hairisburg.. 
Wellsboro.... 

Providence .. 
Providence .. 

Edgefield 

Colmnbia 

Memphis 

Jackson 

Waco 

Paris 

Strafford 

Burlington ... 



Term of 
service. 



1877-1888 
1879-1886 



1877-1883 
1881-1887 



1881-1886 
1881-1887 



1872-1888 
1879-1885 



1879-1886 
1881-1887 



1877-1888 
1879-1886 



1877-1885 
1881-1887 



1859-1883 
1881-1887 



1877-1883 
1879-1886 



1877-1883 
1881-1887 



1877-1888 
1875-1887 



1887-1885 
18e&-1887 



FORTY-SEVENTH COXGRESS. 
Sexatobs— Continued. 



147 



Name. Residence. 

1 


Term of 
service. 


Virginia. 
John W. Johnston 


Abinffdon 


1870-1883 


William Mahone........ '........... ......... 


Petersburg 


1881-1887 


West J'irginia, 
Henry G. Davis 


Piedmont 


1871-1883 


Johnson N. Camden 


Parkersburg 


1881-1887 


Wisconsin. 
Anflms Cameron 


La Crosse 


1881-1885 


PhiietQs Sawver 


Oshkosh 


1881-1887 









REPRESENTATIVES. 




Thomas H. Hemdon... 

Hilary A. Herbert 

William C. Gates , 

Charles M. Shelley 

Thomas Williams 

Goldsmith W. Hewitt 
William H. Forney .... 
Joseph Wheeler .....-.., 



Arkansas. 



Thomas M. Gunter.. 



California. 



William S. Rosecrans. 

Horace F. Page 

Campbell P. Berry 

Romualdo Pacheco 



Colorado. 



Poindexter Dunn Forest City. 

James K. Jones Washington. 

Jordan E. Cravens Clarksvule. 



Mobile. 

Montgomery. 

Abbeville. 

Selma. 

Wetumka. 

Birmingham. 

Jacksonville. 

Wheeler. 



Fayetteville. 



San Francisco. 
Placerville. 
Wheatland. 
San Luis Gbispo. 



1 James B. Belford 



148 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Reprbsbntatives— Continued. 




1 

2 

B 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 



Connecticut 



John R. Buck 

James Phelps..... 

John T. Wait 

Frederick Miles.. 



Delaware. 



Edward L. Martin . 



Florida, 



Robert H. M. Davidson 
Jesse J. Finley 



Georgia. 



George R. Black 

Henry G. Turner 

Philip Cook 

Hu^h Buchanan 

Nathaniel J. Hammond . 

James H. Blount 

Judson C. Clements 

Alexander H. Stephens . 
Emory Speer 



Illinois. 



William Aldrich 

George R. Davis 

Charles B. Farwell 

John C. Sherwin 

Robert M. A. Hawk 

Thomas J. Henderson.... 

William Cullen 

Lewis E. Payson 

John H. Lewis 

Benjamin F. Marsh 

James W. Singleton 

William M. Springer 

Dietrich C. Smith 

Joseph G. Cannon 

Samuel W. Moulton 

William A. J. Sparks 

William R. Morrison 

John R. Thomas 

Richard W\Townshend. 



Indiana. 



William Heilman 

Thomas R. Cobb 

Strother M. Stockslager 

William S. Holman 

Courtland C. Matson 



Hartford. 
Essex. 
Norwich. 
Chapinville. 



Seaford. 



Quincv. 
Lake City. 



Sylvania. 

Q'uitman. 

Americus. 

Newnan. 

Atlanta. 

Macon. 

La Fayette. 

Crawfordsville. 

Athens. 



Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Aurora. 

Mount Carroll. 

Princeton. 

Ottawa. 

Pontiac. 

Knoxville. 

Warsaw. 

Quincy. 

Springfield. 

Pekin. 

Danville. 

Shelbyville. 

Cariyle. 

Waterloo. 

Metropolis. 

Shawneetown. 



Evansville. 
Vincennes. 
Cory don. 
Aurora. 
Greencastle. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
Representatives— Continued. 



149 



Name. 



Indiana — Continued. 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



1 
2 

3 > 

4 ' 

5 ' 
B 
7 

8 , 

9 I 
10 i 

j 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



Thomas M. Browne ., 

Stanton J. Peelle 

Robert B. F. Pierce .. 

Godlove S. Orth 

Mark L. DeMotte 

George W.Steele 

Walpole G. Colerick . 
William H. Calkins -. 



lOUHX. 



Moses A. McCoid 

Sewell S. Farwell 

Thomas Updegraff. 

Nathaniel C. Deering... 
William G. Thompson. 

Madison £. Cutts 

John A. Kasson 

William P. Hepburn... 
Cyrus C. Carpenter 



Kamas. 



John A. Anderson. 
Dudley C. Haskell. 
Thomas Ryan 



Kentucky. 



Oscar Turner 

James A. McKenzie 

John W. Caldwell 

J. Proctor Knott 

Alberts. Willis 

John G. Carlisle 

Joseph C. S. Blackburn.. 
Phihp B. Thompson, jr. 

John D. White 

Elijah C. Phister 



Ijouigiana. 



Randall L. Gibson 

E. John Ellis 

Chester B. Darrall 

Newton C. Blanchard... 

J. Floyd King 

Edward W. Robertson.. 



I 



1 Thomas B. Reed 

2 Nelson Dineley, jr 

3 Stephen D. lindsey... 

4 George W. T-add 

5 1 Thompson H. Murch.. 



Maine. 



Residence. 



Winchester. 
Indianapolis. 
Crawfonisville. 
La Fayette. 
Valparaiso. 
Marion. 
Fort Wayne. 
La Porte. 



Fairfield. 

Monticello. 

McGregor. 

Osa^. 

Marion. 

Oskaloosa. 

Des Moines. 

Clarinda. 

Fort Dodge. 



Manhattan. 

Lawrence. 

Topeka. 



Woodville. 

Longview. 

Russellville. 

Lebanon. 

Louisville. 

Covington. 

Versailles. 

Harrodsbur^. 

Mount Sterlmg. 

Maysville. 



I 



New Orleans. 
New Orleans. 
Morgan City. 
Shreveport. 
Vidalia. 
Baton Rouge. 



Portland. 

Lewiston. 

Norridgewock. 

Bangor. 

Rockland. 



150 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Reprbsentatives— Continued. 




1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



Maryland. 

George W. Covington 

J. Frederick C. Talbot 

Felter S. Hoblitzell 

Robert M. IfcLane 

Andrew G. Chapman 

Milton G. Umer 

MasMchtuetU. 

William W. Crapo 

Benlamin W. Harris 

Ambrose A. Ranney 

Leopold Morse 

Selwyn Z. Bowman 

Eben F. Stone 

William A. Russell 

John W. Candler 

William W. Rice 

Amasa Norcross 

George D. Robinson 



Michigan, 



Henry W. Lord 

Edwin Willits 

Edward S. Lacey 

Julius C. Burrows 

George W.Webber.. 
Oliver L. Spaulding.. 

John T. Rich 

Roswell G. Horr 

Jay A. Hubbell 



Minnewta, 



MarkH. Bunnell 

Horace B. Strait 

William D. Washburn. 



Mimmppi, 



Henry L. Muldrow... 

Van H. Manning 

Hernando D. Money. 

Otho R. Singleton 

Charles E. Hooker 

James R. Chalmers... 



Minouri, 



Snow Hill. 
Townsontown. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
La Plata. 
Frederick City. 



New Bedford. 

East Bridgewater. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Somerville. 

Newburyport 

Lawrence. 

Brookline. 

Worcester. 

Fitchburg. 

Chicopee. 



Detroit. 

Monroe. 

Charlotte. 

Kalamazoo. 

Ionia. 

St. Johns. 

Elba. 

East Saginaw. 

Houghton. 



Owatonna. 
Shakopee. 
Minneapolis. 



Starkville. 

Holly Springs. 

Winona. 

Canton. 

Jackson. 

Vicksburg. 



Martin L. Clardy ., Farmincton. 

Thomas Allen St Louis. 



FOUTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
Representatives — (Continued . 



151 




Mitsouri —Continued. 



R. Graham Frost 

Lowndes H. Davis.... 

Richard P. Bland 

Ira 8. Ha^ltine 

Theron M. Rice 

8 Robert T. Van Horn. 

9 Nicholas Ford 

10 ' Joseph H. Barrows... 

11 John B. Clark, jr 

12 William H. Hatch 

13 i Aylett H. Buckner 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 



I 



Nebraska, 



1 Edward K. Valentine . 



Nevada. 



George W. Cassidy.. 



New Hampshire. 



Joshua G.Hall .. 
James F. Briggs.. 
Oasian Ray 



New Jersey. 



George M. Robeson 

John Hart Brewer 

Miles Rose 

HenryS. Harris 

JohnHill 

Phineas Jones 

Augustus A. Hardenbergh.. 



New York. 

Peny Belmont 

William E. Robinson ^ 

J. Hyatt Smith 

Archibald M. Bliss 

Benjamin Wood« 

Samuel 8. Cox 

Philip H. Dugro 

Anson G. McCook 

John Hardy ; 

Abram S. Hewitt 

Roewell P. Flower 

Waldo Hutchins 

John H. Ketcham 

Lewis Beach 

Thomas Cornell 



St Louis. 

Jackson. 

Lebanon. 

Springfield. 

Bioonville. 

Kansas City. 

Rochester. 

Gainesville. 

Fayette. 

Hannibal. 

Mexico. 



West Point. 



Eureka. 



Dover. 

Manchester. 

Lancaster. 



Camden. 

Trenton. 

New Brunswick. 

Belvedere. 

Boonton. 

Newark. 

Jersey City. 



New York. 
Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
Dover Plains. 
Cornwall. 
Rondout. 



162 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Rbpre8sntative»— Continued . 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 



Name. 



New York — Continued. 



Michael N. Nolan 

Walter A. Wood 

John Hammond 

Abram X. Parker 

George West 

Ferris Jacobs, jr 

Charles R. Skinner 

Cyrus D. Prescott 

Joseph Mason 

Frank Hiscock 

John H. Camp 

James W. Wadsworth. 
Jeremiah W. D wight... 
David P. Richardson... 

John Van Voorhi6« 

Richard Crowley 

Jonathan Scoville 

Henry Van Aemam..... 



North Carolina. 



Louis C. Latham 

Orlando Hubbs 

John W. Shackelford 

William R. Cox 

Alfred M. Scales 

Clement Dowd 

Robert F. Armfield ... 
Robert B. Vance 



Ohio. 



Benjamin Butterworth 

Thomas L. Young 

Henry L. Morey 

Emanuel Shultz 

Benjamin Le Fevre 

James M. Ritchie 

John P. Leedom 

J. Warren Keifer 

James S. liobinson 

John B. Rice 

Henry S. Neal.. 

George L. Converse .*.. 

Gibson Atherton 

George W. Geddes. 

Rufus R. Dawes 

Jonathan T. Updegraff 

William McKinley, jr 

Addison S. McClure 

Ezra B. Taylor 

Amos Townsend 



Oregon. 



M. C. George . 



Residence. 



Albany. 

Hoosick Falls. 

Crown Point 

Potsdam. 

Ballston Spa. 

Delhi. 

Watertown. 

Rome. 

Hamilton. 

Syracuse. 

Lyons. 

Geneseo. 

Dryden. 

Angelica. 

Rochester. 

Attica. 

Buffalo. 

Franklinvillc. 



Greenville. 

New Berne, 

Jacksonville. 

Raleigh. 

Greensborough. 

Charlotte. 

Statesville. 

Asheville. 



Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati. 

Hamilton. 

Miamisburg. 

Sidney. 

Toledo. 

West Union. 

Springfield. 

Kenton. 

Fremont. 

Ironton. 

Columbus. 

Newark. 

Mansfield. 

Marietta. 

Mount Pleasant 

Canton. 

Wooster. 

Warren. 

Cleveland. 



Portland. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
Rbprbbbntativbs — Continued. 



153 



Name. 



Pennsylvania. 



1 1 Henry H. Bingham . 
2 ! Charles O'Neil 

3 ; Samuel J. Randall ... 

4 ; William D. Kelley .. 
6 Alfred C. Manner . . . . 

6 William Ward 

7 William Godshalk ... 

8 Daniel Ermentrout... 

9 A.Herr Smith 

10. William Mutchler.... 

11 i Robert Cloiz 

12 ; Joseph A. Scran ton . 
Charles N. Brumm... 



14 Samuel F. Barr.. 

15 Cornelius C. Jadwin 

16 Robert J. C. Walker 

17 Jacob H. Campbell 

18 Horatio G. Fisher 

19 Frank E. Beltzhoover 

20 , Andrew G. Curtin 

21 I Morgan R. Wise 

22 Russell Errett 

23 ■ Thomas M. Bayne 

24 : William S. Shallenberger.. 

25 James Mosgrove 

28 Samuel H.Miller 

27 Lewis F. Watson 



1 
2 

a 

4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 



Rhode Island, 



Henry J. Spooncr.. 
Jonathan Chaco ... 



South Carolina. 



, John S. Richardson . 

! Samuel Dibble 

I D. Wyntt Aiken 

I John U. Evins. 

I George D.Tillman... 



Tenne88ee. 



A. H. Pettibone 

Leonidas C. Houk 

George G. Dibrell 

Benton McMillin 

Richard Warner 

John F. House 

Washington C. Whitthome 

John D. C. Atkins 

Charles B. Simonton 

William R. Moore 



Residence. 



Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Germantown. 

Chester. 

Norristown. 

Reading. 

Lancaster. 

Kaston. 

Mauch Chunk. 

Scranton. 

Miners ville. 

Harrisburg. 

Honesdale. 

Williamsport. 

Johnstown. 

Huntingdon. 

Carlisle. 

Bellefonte. 

Waynesburg. 

Pittsburgh. 

Allegheny City. 

Rochester. 

Kittanning. 

Mercer. 

Warren. 



Providence. 
Woonsocket. 



Sumpter. 

Orangeburg. 

Cokesbury. 

Spartanburg. 

Edg 



dgefield. 



Greenville. 

Knoxville. 

Sparta. 

Carthage. 

Lewisburg. 

Clarksville. 

Columbia. 

Paris. 

Covington. 

Memphis. 



154 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Reprbsbntativbs. — Continaed. 



Name. 



Texas, 



John H. Reagan 

David B. Culberson . 

OlinWelborn 

Roger Q. Mills 

George W. Jones .... 
Columbus Upson .... 



Vermont, 



Charles H. Joyce 

James M. Tyler 

William W. Grout.... 



Yirginia, 



George T. Garrison 

John F. Dezendorf , 

George D.Wise 

Joseph Joigensen , 

George C. Cabell 

John Randolph Tucker , 

John Paul 

John 8. Barbour 

Abrmm Fulkerson 



West Virginia, 



Benjamin Wilson. 
John Blair Hoge... 
John £. Kenna .... 



Wisconsin, 



Charles G. Williams 

Lucien B. Caswell 

George C. Hazelton 

Peter V. Deuster 

Edward S. Bragg 

Richard Guenther 

Herman L. Humphrey. 
ThaddeusC. Pound 



Residence. 



Palestine. 

Jefferson. 

Dallas. 

Corsicana. 

Bastrop. 

San Antonia. 



Rutland. 

Brattleboro'. 

Barton. 



Accomac C. H. 

Norfolk. 

Richmond. 

Petersburg. 

Danville. 

Lexington. 

Harrisonburg. 

Alexandria. 

Bristol. 



Wilsonburg. 
Martinsburg. 
Kanawha. 



Janesville. 
Fort Atkinson. 
Boscobel. 
Milwaukee. 
Fond du Lac. 
Madison. 
Hudson. 
Chippewa Falls. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
DELEGATES FROM THE TERRITORIES. 



155 



1 

i 


- 


Name. 


Residence. 


2 








i 
1 


Arizona, 




1 ■ Granville H. Oun^ 




Florence. 


1 




Dakota. 




1 


Richard F. Pettim^w. 










Idaho. 




1 


(lAnrcfA AinflffA 




Idaho aty. 


1 

i 


Montana. 


1 

1 1 Mftrtin Mflinnnifi 




Helena. 




i 


New MexioQ. 




1 


Tranquilino T^nnarr-r, 




Los Lnnas. 


1 


Utah. 








Washington. 




1 


Thomaii H. Brentw 




Walla WalU. 






Wyoming. 




1 


M.E.Po6t 




Cheyenne. 









OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO, FOR 1881-82. 

(as reported by each department.) 

INCLUDING THE HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS AND APPOINTED OFFICERS, 

JUDGES OF THE COURTS, AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS, 

TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL, REFORMATORY 

AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS, MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL 

ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, APPORTIONMENT OF GENERAL 

ASSEMBLY, COUNTY OFFICERS, ETC. 



STATE OFFICERS FOR 1881-82. 



ELECTIVE OFFICERS. 



Office. 



Governor , 

Lieutenant-Governor „ , 

Secretary of State. 

Auditor of State 

TreMorerof State.. 

Attorney-General - , 

ComniMioner of Common 
Schools ^ 



Board of Public works.. 



Jud0M of the Supreme 
Court. 

Clerk of Supreme Court .... 



Name. 



ReMdencc. 



Term expires. 



Charles Foster^ , Fostorla 2d Monday in Jan'y, 1882 

Andrew Hickenlooper< Cincinnati I " •* 1882 

Charles Townaend Athens " " 1888 



John F. Oglevee Spriugfleld 

Joicph Tumey» I Cleveland , 

George K. Nash< Columbus 

Daniel F. Do Wolf Toledo 

George Paul* „ Cuyahoga Falki... 

Jsmes Fullingtou Irwin Station...... 

S. K. Hosmcr ' ZanesviUe 

W. W. Boynton* ' Cleveland 

John W.Okey.. I Colambus 

William White Springfield 

William W. Johnson Ironton 

George W. Mcllvaine New Philadelphia 

Dwight Crowell Geneva 



..| 



1884 

1882 

** 18tt 

*' ** 188i 

2d Taeaday in Feb'y, 1882 

« " 1883 

** 1884 

February 9. 1883 

9,1888 

9.188* 

9. 1885 

9. 1886 
4.1881 



OFFICERS BY APPOINTMENT— HEADS OF DEPARTBfENTS. 



Office. 



I 



Name. 



Residence. 



AdjutontrGeneral Samuel B. Smith .... 

Commissioner of Railroads and Tele-' 

graphs ~ I H. Sabine 

Superintendent of Insurance Chas. H. Moore 

Supervisor of Public I*rin ting 'Joshua K.Brown ... 

Inspector of Mines „ ......! Andrew Roy 

CommiHHloner of Labor Statistics ' Henry Luskey 

State Librarian I J. H. Gelger 

Law Librarian I Frank N. Beebe 

Secretary State Board of Agriculture.. W. I. Chamberlain . 
Secretary Board of State Charities ' Albert G. Byers 



Dayton 

I RIchwood .. 

Columbus .. 
, Cambridge.. 

' Coalton 

' Cincinnati.. 
I Columbus .. 

Columbus.. 

Columbus .. 

Columbus .. 



Term. 
Years., Expires. 



'*l 



2 I January 15, 1882. 



! Feb'y 25. 1883. 

June 8. 1884. 
I April 14. 1888. 
, Feb'y 14, 18(M. 

April 12. 1883. 

April 15, 1888. 

Septem'r25,188I. 



I Re-elected. Second term expires 2d Monday in Januar}', 1884. 

s Reese G. Richards, of Steubenvillc, elected his successor. His term expires 2d Monday in Jana- 
ary, 1884 

s Re-elected. Second term expires 2d Monday in Januar}', 1881. 

* Re-elected. Second term expires 2d Monday in January, 1884. 

6 Re-elected. Hecond term expires 2d Tuesday in February', 1885. 

• Resigned Novemt>er U. 1881. Nicholas Longworih, of Cincinnati, who was elected one of the 
Judges of the Supreme Ck>uri for the term of Ave yean, beginning February 9. 1882, was appointed l>y 
Gov. Charles Foster to All the vacancy. Judge John W. Okey was elected Chief Justice in place of 
Judge Boynton. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO. 



159 



HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS AND ROSTER OF APPOINTED 

OFFICERS. 



OmaAL R08TER OF Civil and Military Staff of Governor Charles Foster — Exec- 
utive Department. 



dinl Staff. 



Name. 



Office. 



Residence. 



Term of office. 



CharleB Foeter*.... Governor 1 Fostoria Two years.. 

F. D. Mossey Private Secretary.. Cincinnati .. 

E T. Hall Executive Clerk... | Columbus... 

Michael Steinfeld.l Assistant Clerk I Columbus... 



I 



Term expires. 



Second 

Monday in 

January, 

1882. 



Military Staff, 



Name. 



Samuel B. Smith 

Louis Seasongood 

William C. Cooper 

John N. Beach 

Henry A. Axline 

Wilson C. Lemert 

Albert C. Thompson . . . . 
Timothy E. M'T4 amara. 
Geone A. Garretson .. 

Charies £. Groce 

William b. Kent 

James H. Sprague^ 

Joseph C. Wherle 

Franks. Case 

Daniel P. Bos worth 

Thomas H. Anderson.. 



Office. 



Residence. 



Adjutant-General, In- 
spector General, and 
Chief of Staff 

Quartermaster-General 
and Commissary Gen- 
eral of Subsistence 

Judge Adv. General 

Surgeon General 

Assistant Adj't-General 

Chief of Engineers 

Aid-de-Camp 



Rank. 



Dayton Major-Gen eral 



Cincinnati 

Mt Vernon 

West Jefferson..! 

Zanesville I Colonel. 

Bucyrus ' 

Portsmouth.... 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Circle ville 

Kent 

Norwalk 

Newark 

Belief on taine.. 

Marietta 

Cambridge...... 



Brigadier-General. 



> Re-elected. Second term expires second Monday in Jan nary, 1884. 



160 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Department of State. 



Name. 



I 



Office. 



Charles Townsend.. Secretary of State. 

Alexis Cope 1 Chief Clerk 

F. S. Spiegel | Statistician 

P. B. Garaner Corporation Clerk 

George H. Hildt i Stationery- Clerk... 

J. B. Allen i Recording Clerk 



Frank Koehne | Sup't Book and Packing 

Department . 
Charles Finsterwald' Shipping Clerk, 
F. W. Schaub i Janitor 



Residence. 



Term of rr^»,^ ^^-^i^,^ 
office. I Term expires. 



Atliens 

St. Clairsville. 
Cincinnati..... 

Berea 

Canal Dover... 
Athens 

Columbus 

Chauncey 

Columbus 



I 



2 years. 1 



Second 

Monday in 

Jan nary, 

1883. 



Auditor of State. 



Name. 



Office. 



Residence. F^-^i 



John F. Oglcvee ..' Auditor of State 

Jno. T. Matthews.. Chief Clerk 

Cha8.H.08trander Chief Book-keeper 

Jas. A. Williams ..! Railroad aiid Bunk Clerk | Columbus 

Springfield. 

Columbus.. 



Term ex- 
pires. 



■ I 

Springfield..' 4 years. Second Mon 

Marietta I " day in Jan. 

Cleveland ... " 1884. 



J, J. Hanna Chief Clerk Land Department 

Jno. R. Malloy Clerk Trust Fund and Canal. 

E. B. Eaglesou ' Statistical Clerk 



Treasurer of State. 



Name. 



Office. 



Residence. 



Term of 
office. 



Jos. Turney* ' Treasurer of State Cleveland, O ' 2 years. 

Henrj" S. Babbitt : Cashier , Columbus, O | " 

G. O. Lamprecht i Book-keeper Cleveland, O ' " 

Wm. Jos. Turney , Book-keeper Cleveland, O i " 

Hiram S. Falor Messenger Akron, O i " 

John E. Evans 'Watchman Niles, , " 

Frank D, Carlisle , Watchman Mt.Gilead,0 " 



Term ex- 
pires. 



Jan. 9, 



1882. 



Commissioner of Common Schools. 



Name. 



Office. 



Residence. 



Term of Term ex- 



office. 



Daniel F. DeWolf Commissioner , Toledo ■ 3 years. 

J. E. Sater i Chief Clerk ' Columbus ! 

J. P. Barden , Second Clerk i Milan i '• 



pires. 



Jan. 6, 1884. 



> Re-elected. Second term expires January M, 188i. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO. 
Attorney-General. 



161 



Name. Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term ex- 
pires. 


George K. Nash' Aftnmpv-A'pnprfll- 


Columbus 


2 years. 
2 years. 


2d Monday 


W. B. Beebe 


Clerk ; 


Columbus 


in January, 

1882. 

2d Monday 

in January, 

1882. 


Hiram S. Falor 


Janitor 


Akron 













Board of Public Works. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
• office. 


Term expires. 


George Paul,* Pres... 

James Fullington 

si R. Hosmer 


Member of Board 

u 
u 

Chief Engineer 

Resident " 

U tl 
U i( 

Secretary 


Cuyahoga Falls... 
Irwin, Union Co... 
Zanesyille 


3 years. 
3 " 


2nd Tuesday in 
February, 1882. 
2nd Tuesday in 
February, 1883. 
2d Tuesday in 
February, 1884. 
May 22, 1882. 
February 15, '82. 


John B. Gregory 

T. DwightPaul 

W. C. Safford 


Columbus 


2 years. 
1 year. 

1 ^^ 
1 *^ 
1 ^' 
1 *' 
1 " 
1 " 
1 ^' 

1 ^' 
1 '* 
1 ^ 
1 " 
1 " 


Cuyahoga Falls... 
Wayerly 


John W Erwin 


Hamilton 


(( 


\ B NewbuTflr 


Columbus 


(( 


J W. Horton 


Clerk 


Akron 


May, 1882. 
April 1. 1882. 


L. C Schnell 


Stfperintendent.... 
It 

u 


Patrick Callahan 

\ D. Lieb 


New Philadelphia 
Millersport 




T. .1. Guin 


Chillicothe 


(( 


J. T. Anderson 

Harlow White 


Eaglesport, Mor- 
gan county 

Logan 




W H Dnmont 


Lockland 


(( 


Jarvta T.andon— T 


Columbus.. 


tt 


jAmes Marston.. 


Wateryille 


(( 









Commissioners op Public Printing. 



Name. 



Office. 



Charles Townsend, Secretary of 
State 

John F. Ogleyee, Auditor of 
State 

Geo. K. Nash,' Att'y-general... 



Ex-officio 
Commis- 
ioners. 



Residence. 



Athens 2 years. 



Term of 
office. 



Columbus .. 
Columbus .. 



4 years. 
2 years. 



Term expires. 



2d Monday in 
January, 1883. 
2d Monday in 
January, lS84. 
2d Monday in 
January, 1882. 



1 Re-elected Attorney-general. Second term expires second Monday in January, 1884. 

' Re-elected. Saecond term expires 2d Tuesday In February, 1885. 

3 Reelected Attorney-general. Hccond term expires 2d Monday in Jaunary, 1884. 

11 88. 



162 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Ck)MMI8SI0NERS OF SiNKINO FUND. 



Name. 



John F. Oglevee, Auditor of State, 1 
President 

Chas. TownsendjSecretary of State, 
Secretarj' 

George K. Nnsh,* Att'y-general ...., 



Office. ; Residence. 



I Term of I 



office. 



i 



Ex-officio I 



' Springfield.. 4 years. 



Term expires. 



2d Monday in 
^January, Ic 



C. C. Wheeler., 
F. D. Carlisle .. 



• I Commis- Athens | 2 years. ' 2d Mondayin 

sioners. i ' I Jnnuarj', 1883. 

Columbus... i 2 years, i 2d Monday in 

I i Januarv, 1882. 

Clerk iMt. Gilead.., ' I 

Messenj^er' Columbus...' ! ~... 

■ I i I 



Name. 



Commissioners of the Ohio State Library. 
' Office. 



Residence. 



Cliarles Fo.ster, Governor ^ ' 

Charles Townsend, Secretary of State.. > i 
J. H. Geiger, State Librarian j 



{Fostoria. 
Athens. 
Columbus. 



State Bo.vrd of Ar.RicrLrnn:. 



Name. 



D. L. Pone 

1^0 Weltz 

AV. L Chamberlain. 
James W. Fleming. 



Office. 



Residence. 



President Welshlli-ld. 

Treasurer I Wilmington. 

Secretary ; Columbus. 

A ssistant Secretar\' ] Col u m bus. 



Members. 

' i 

Name. I Residence. 

D. L. Pope I Welshfield. 

1^0 Weltz I Wilmington. 

Arvine C. Wales , Massillon. 

W. N. Cowden ' Quaker City. 

R. H. Hayman i Portsmouth. 

O. P. Chaney , Canal Winchester. 

R. Baker ' Elyria. 

C. D. Bailey ! Gallii>oUg. 

W^m. S. Fo.ster i Urbana. 

J. C. Levering ' Levering P. O. 

» Ue-eltctcd AHorncy-seneral. Second term expires 2(1 Monday in Jantinry, 1S84. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO. 
Board op State Charities. 



163 



Name. 



Governor Charles Foster... 

Roeliff Brinkerhoff 

Charles Boesel 

Joseph Perkins.. 

John W. Andrews 

Miles D. Carrinpton 

William Howard Neff. 

.Secretary, Albert G. Byers.. 



Residence. 



Columbus 

Mansfield 

New Bremen., 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Toledo 

Cincinnati 

Columbus 



[ 
Date of Appointment, j Term expires. 



President ex-officio.. 

April 23, 1881 

April 23, 1881 

April 23, 1880 

April 23, 1880 

April 23, 1880 

April 23, 1880 



April 22, 1884. 
April 22. 1884. 
April 22, 1882. 
April 22, 1882. 
April 22, 1883. 
April 22, 1883. 



Ohio State Fish Commission. 



Name. 



Residence. 



L 



ChariesW. Bond Toledo 

Halsey C. Post j Sandusky.. 

Len. A. Harris « I Cincinnati. 



Term of office. \ Term expires. 



3 years March 31, 1884. 

3 years | March 31, 1884. 

3 years ! March 31, 1884. 



Adjut.vnt-General — (Ex-officio Superintendent of State Home.) 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of Term ex- 
office, pires. 


Samuel B. Smith... » 


Adjutant-general 

Asst Adj*t-general... 
Chief Clerk 


Dayton 


2 years Jan. 15, 1882 


Henry A. Axline 

John P. Slemmons .. 


Zanesville 

Richwood 

Coshocton 

Columbus 

Georgetown 


David Lanning 

John W. Chapin...^ 

Charles F. King 

J Stewart Lowe 


Transcribing Clerk... 
•* •* 

(4 *( 

It U 

Sup't of Arsenal and 
Ordnance Clerk 

Sup'or State House 
and Grounds 




Steubenville 


u 


John B. AUender ... 
W. T. Wilson 


Cleveland 

Columbus 

Nat Soldier's Home. 

Bairdstown 

ColumbuH 

Steubenville 




Michael O'Boyle 

William C. Glare 

John W. Logan 

D. O. Scott^ 


Janitor of Fag-room 
Janitor of Rotunda .. 
Engineer 




As^t Engineer 

Policeman 




D. W. F^gar 

Patrick Griffin 


Dunkirk 

Columbus 

Stark countv 


1 


La borer 


1 


David Horner 


it 


1 


Fred. Wagoner 

Isaiu- Aiijjle 

P. P. Sullivan 


<< 


Columbus .' 

Columbus 

Columbus 

Williams county 




t. 




ti 




W. B. Hagcr 

Stephen 11. Helmer. 


Guard at Arsenal 




Osbom. Ohio 









164 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Commissioner of Railroads and Telegraphs. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. '^If^^^^] Term expires. 


H. Sabine 


Commissioner .. 
Clerk 


Richwood .. 2 years.; February 25, 1883. 
Conover 


H. L. Wilgus 









State Insurance Dep.vrtmext. 



Name. 



Charles PI. Moore.. 
Jacob A. McEwcii.. 
George W. Copelen 
John D. Herr 



Office. 



Superintendent 

Chief Clerk 

Book-keeper 

Corresponding Clerk 
and rrivate Sec'y ... 



George A. Bell i Mailing Clerk 



Residence. 



Columbus 

Cambridge 

Mt. Washington.. 



Term of 
office. 

a years. 



Term ex- 
pires. 



June 3, 1884 



Columbus 
Columbus 



Supervisor op Public Printing and Binding. 



Name. 



Joshua K. Brown... 

M. C. Lillcy 

George C. Schmelz. 
Philip Wisker 



Office. 



Residence. 



Sup*r Public Printing. Cambridge.. 
Sup't State Bindery.. Columbus... 
Fore'n State Binderv ** 
Driver .*. " 



Term of 
office. 



2 years. 



Term expires. 



April 14, 1883. 



Inspector of Mines. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


■Vndrew Rov 


State Inspector 

Assistant Inspector... 
Janitor 


Coal ton 


4 years. 


Feb'y 14, 1884 


Jacob J. Klein 


Massillon 

Akron 


Hiram 8. Falor 













Name. 



Bureau of Labor Statistics. 



Office. 



Henry Luskev Commissioner. 

H. S. Falor....' Janitor 



Residence. 



Cincinnati 
Akron 



Term of 
office. 



2 years.. 



Term expires. 



April 12, 1883. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO. 
State Libbary. 



165 



Name. 

J. H. Geiger 

Mary C. Harbaugh 

Name. 

Frank N. Beebe 

James M. Bell 



Office. 



I Residence. 

I i 



Term of 
office. 



State Librarian 

Assistant Librarian- 



Columbus, 2 years. 

Columbus, " 



Term expires. 



April 16, 1883. 



Law Libbaby. 



Office. 



Law Librarian 

Ass't Law Librarian.. 



Residence. 



Term of rr^.,^ «.^^:««« 
office. ^®"" expires. 



Columbus, 3 years.. Sept. 25,1883. 

Columbus, 1 yea? ...| Aug. 15,1882. 



ROSTER OF OHIO mSTITDTIONS. 



168 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



J. H. Anderson 

Alston Ellis 

Thomas' J. Godfrey.. 

S.H.Ellis 

L. B. Wine 

James B. Jamison ... 
T. Ewing Miller 



Columbus, Ohio. 
! Sandusky, Ohio. 
, Celina, Ohio. 

Springboro, Ohio. 
' Newark, Ohio. 
I Cadiz, Ohio. 
I Columbus, Ohio. 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD, 

Name. 

T. Ewing Miller, President 

Albert Allen, Secretary 

Henry S. Babbitt, Treasurer 



Residence. 



Columbus, (»hio. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
J. H. Anderson, L. B. Wing, Alston Ellis. 

FARM COMMITTEE. 
James B. Jamison, S. H. Ellis, T. J. Godfrey. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE. 
Alston Ellis, T. J. Godfrey, S. H. Ellis. 



K08TER OF OHIO INSTri'UTIONS. 



FACULTY. 



Rkv. WALTER Q. SCOTT, A. M., 

President and Professor of Philosophy and Political Economy. 

EDWARD ORTON, Ph. D. LL. D., 

Professor of Geology. 

SIDNEY A. NORTON, Ph.D., LL. D., 
Professor of General and Applied Chemistry. 

NORTON S. TOWNSHEND, M. D., 
Professor of Agriculture and Veterinary Science. 

R. W. McFARLAND, A. M., 
Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering. 

ALBERT H. TUTTLE, M. Sc., 
Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. 

S. W. ROBINSON, C. E., 
Professor of Mechanics. 

T. C. MENDENHALL,Ph. D., 

Professor of Physics. 

NAT. W. LORD, E. M., 

Professor of Mining and Metallurgy. 

JOHN T. SHORT, Ph. D., 
Professor of History and the English Language and Literature. 

S. C. DERBY, A. M., 
Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages. 

WILLIAM R. LAZENBY, Ag. B., 
Professor of Horticulture and Botany. 

GEORGE RUHLEN, 

~iut Lieut. 17th Infantry, U. 8. A.; Professor of Military Skdence and Tactics, and Assistant Professor 

of Mathematics. 

WILLIAM A. MASON, jr., 
Assistant Professor of Industrial Art. 

ALICE WILLIAMS, 
Instructor in the French and German Languages. 



170 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

OHIO UNIVERSITY, ATHENS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



William H. Scott, (ex-officio). 

Charles Foster, (ex-officio) 

Amos Miller, A. M 

A. G. Brown 

V. B. Horton 

John Welch 

Robert Wright 

Horace Wilson 

J. E. Hanna 

George M. Woodridge 

E. H.Moore 

Wm. Waddle, M. D 

H. S. Bundy 

William P. Johnson 

R. de Steiguer 

Thomas Ewing 

George W. Boyce 

W. W. Johnson 

John Hancock 

James W. Bannon 

Perry Miles 



Athens 

Columbas.. 
Marshfleld.. 

Athens 

Pomeroy.... 
Athens 



Logan 

Columbus 

McConnelsville.. 

Marietta.. 

Athens 

Chillicothe 

Wellston 

Philadelphia 

Athens 

Lancaster 

Cincinnati ~ 

Ironton 

Dayton 

Portsmouth 

Zonesville 



Appointed. 



1841 
1844 
1848 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1857 
1861 
1864 
1864 
1866 
1871 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1877 
1881 
1881 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 



Name. 


Residence. 


William H. Scott, President 


Athens 


E. H. Moore. Treasurer 


« 


R. de Steiguer, Secretary 


u 


L. M. Jewett, Auditor 


u 







EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 





Name. 


Residence. 


A.G. Brown 


Athens. 


E. H. Moore 


ti 


R. de Steiguer 


tt 


William H. Scott 


11 


John Welch 


u 







ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 



171 



FACULTY. 

William H. Scott, President, and Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy. 
J. L, Hatfield, A. M., Professor of Latin. 

JefTerson McC. Martin, A. M., Ph. D., Professor of Mineralogy, Chemistry and 
Geology. 

R. S. Devol, A. M., Professor of Mathematics. 

Charles W. Super, A. M., Ph. D., Professor of Greek and Instructor in German. 

George P. Coler, Principal of Preparatory Department. 

A. Leo'SIrd;}^«««'-t Tutors. 

R. S. Devol, A. M., Librarian. 

Jefferson McC. Martin, A. M., Ph. D., Curator of Museum and h'ecretary of the 
Faculty. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
AND DUMB, COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



A.H. More, President 

F. C. Sessions, Secretary . 

J. S. Savage 

W.S. Jones 

C.M.rmch 



Sandusky. 

Columbus. 

Wilmington. 

Waverly. 

Portsmouth. 



OFFICERS. 
Charles Strong Perry Superintendent 



THE SCHOOI^INSTRUCTORS. 



Benjamin Talbot, 



Academic Department. 



Grammar Department, 



Robert Patterson. 



John D. H. Stewart, R. H. Atwood, Aagostus B. Greener, 

James M. Park, Harriet W. Dare, 



172 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Primary Department, 

Mothew G. liaffington, Albert H. Schory, A. B., Anna E. Frost, 

George W. Halse, Sarah Noyes, Fannie G. Gamp, 

K. II. Atwood, Carrie M. Feasley, Minnie 0. Hyde, 

Plumb M. Park, Mary B. Straw, C. N. Haskins, 

Oassie H. Smith, Gertie E. Woofter, Clara B. Reed, 

Mary C. Bierce. 

Articulation Department. 
Ida \V. Kessler, Louisa K. Thompson* 

The Faitiiiy. 

G. W. Wakefield Steward. 

I). N. Kinsman Physician. 

Helen A. liose Matron. 

Mary High Assistant Matron. 

Sarah R. Buckland " 

Jennie Warner Housekeeper. 

The Shops. 

Parley P. Pratt Master of Shoe Shop. 

Joshua K. Brown Supervisor of Public Printings 

Mitchell C. Lilley Master of Book Bindery. 

Edward J. Scott Master of Printing OflSce. 

John W. Keen Master of Carpenter Shop. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Harmon Austin, President.. 

E. T. Dray ten, SecreUirv 

S. D. Houpt ' 

Samuel Thompson 

Jas. Poimlexter 



Residence. 



Warren. 

Ashland. 

Findlav. 

Golambiis. 

Gdambaa. 



ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 
OFFICERS. 



173 



Name. 



G. L Smead, Superintendent 

Henry Snyder, teacher 

Frank Lumb, teacher 

)li8s Laura Strother, teacher 

Miffi Lottie Austin, " 

Miss Nellie B. Holt, " 

Miss Hattie Dunbar, " 

EJ.Nothnagle, " 

James McCombs, " 

A.LBohrer, " 

John Bitzer, " 

Miss Joanna Donovan, *' 

Miss Mary A. Tipton, " 

Miss Lena Ernst, " 

Miss Katie Henderllck, teacher 

Henry Haunstein, " 

Miss Ruth C. Bartlett, " 

Miss Mary Wainwright, " 

MiasElla McCarty, " 

John McCarty, Steward 

J. R. Flowers, Physician ^ 

Mrs. C. Armstrong, Housekeeper 

Mrs. 0. M. Brown, Matron 

Mrs. Harriett Chalfimt, Assistant Matron 

Miss Mattie L. McKibben, Assistant Matron 



Residence. 



Columbus. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE- 
MINDED YOUTH, COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



John A. Shank Cincinnati. 

J. M. Holmes i Connotton. 

J. K. Rukenbrod Salem. 

Geo. W. Manypenny I Columbus. 

B.B. Woodbury ' Chardon. 



174 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 
OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Gustavus A. Doren, M. D . 

S. C. Thompson 

MissH. F. Purple 

Mrs. Sarah Lawrence 

Miss Sarah Husted 

Mrs. N. L. Doren 

Miss M. E. Clift 

" L. Lock wood 

*• P. K. Ayres 

" J. Zurmehly 

" A. L. McGrew 

" R.Crist 

" E. E. Fahnestock 

" E.L. Clark 

" I. H. Breckenridge .. 

** A. L. Brown 

" J. W. Ricks 

" M.Wright 

" 8. B. Warren 

" E. Ayres 

'' J.Clark 

" L. Ricks 

'* C. Mitchell 

" M. Tolles 

*^ G.Dunbar 

" M.Clark 

" E. Linsley , 

" M.S. Myers 

" M. Bradshaw 

" S. Culbertson 



Officer.! 



Superintendent 

Clerk. 

Matron. 

Hospital matro 

Housekeeper. 

Teacher. 



COLUMBUS ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence 



William Waddle, M. D., President 

Joseph K. Secor, 

Theodore Comstock, 

J. H. Ayres, M. D 

G. W.Morgan 



Chillicothe. 
Toledo. 
Columbua 
Urbana. 
Mt. Vernon. 



1 All officers and teachers reside in the institution. 



ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 
OFFICERS. 



175 



Name. 



H. C. Rutter, Superintendent 

Geo. P. Stockton, Ass't Physician 

D.M.Clark, 

Edwin A. Kelley, 

Hi J. Blount, Steward 

Mrs. M. B. Rutter, Matron 

Chas. R. Kemmler, Storekeeper .. 



Residence. 



Columbus. 



DAYTON ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Joseph Clem, President 

C. ^1. Godfrey, M.D 

Jacoh Chamberp 

J.D.Kemp, M.D 

S. A. Baxter, M.D., Secretary.. 



Residence. 



Dayton. 
Ottawa. 
Eaton. 
Dayton. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Office. 



H.A.Tobey,M.D.. 
John M. Carr, M.D 
P. N. Adams, M.D.. 
Geo. B. Evans, M.D 

Joseph T. Nevin 

John K Hughes 

Mrs. M. C. Tobey... 



Superintendent. 
Asst. Physician. 



Steward. 

Storekeeper. 

Matron. 



176 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



CLEVELAND ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



S. S. Warner 
J. W. Fitch .. 

John Tod 

W. M. Beebe . 
H. E. Mussey 



Residence. 



Wellington. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Hudson. 

Elyria. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Jamin Stronj?, M. D. 

Charles W. King, M. D ... 
Frederic D. Burton, M. D 
Robert F. Graham, M. D. 

Charles W. Diehl 

Nettie L. Strong 



Office. 



Superintendent. 

First Ass't Physician. 

Second " 

Third 

Steward. 

Matron. 



ATHENS ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



H. M. Horton, President Pomeroy. 

John E. Hanna McConnelsville. 

S. W. Pickering ' Athens. 

(4eo. W. Boerstler, M.D ! Lancaster. 

Theo. F. Davis Marietta. 



ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 177 

OFFICERS. 



Name. i Office. 



A.B.Richardson. M.D... ' Superintendent 

R P. Cooke, M.D Asst. Physician. 

B. W. Pickerine, M.D " 

Rob't E. Hamblin I Steward. 

S.C. Adams Store-keeper. 

>Ire. J. D. Richardson I Matron. 



OHIO SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME, XENIA, O. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. Term expires. Residence. 



John H. Rodgers April 14,1882 Springfield. 

James A. Bope ^.. April 14, 1883 Findlay. 

B. C. Blackburn April 14, 1884 ] Roscoe. 

John Little April 14, 18a5 i Xenia. 

C. H. Grosvenor , April 14. 1886 i Athens. 



OFFICERS OF THE HOME. 



Name. OflSce. 



Wm. L Shaw Superintendent 

Mrs. Rachel J. Shaw Matron , 

A. H. Brundage Physician 

JohnP.Kellogg Clerk 



Residence. 
Xenia. 



EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 

W. A. Clark, Principal. 
Miss Anna B. Guthridge, Miss M. M. Guthridge, 

Mias K. M. Grardner, ^liss C. C. Dohrman, 

Miss Mai-garet Louisa Carson, Miss Eliza E. Hutchins, 

Miss Helen Mar Nave, Miss S. B. Pearce, 

Mire Frances Boyd Meeks, Martha E. Bell. 

Miss.Stella Gray, 

Miss Christena L. Streicher, Teacher of Telegraphy. 

12 8.8. 



178 AXNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

COTTAGR MATRON.S. 

Mrs. Anna M. Dunbar, Mrs. Alice McKillip, 

Mrs. Susan M. Burroughs, Mrs. Rachel A. de Bruin, 

Mrs. M. E. Bunce, Mrs. A. B. Snyder, 

Mrs. Amanda M. Harper, Miss Kate Wiley, 

Mrs. M. C. Maynard, Miss Elizabeth French, 

Mrs. Susan J. Conner, Miss Barbara A. Welch, 

Mrs. Mary B. Miller, Miss Amanda Stokes, 

Mrs. C. B. Chapman, Miss M. L. Jackson, 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Edwards, Miss L. Steenrod, 

Mrs. Marj' E. H. Bazzle. Miss Lucinda C. W. Sparger. 
Mrs. Ephraim Hardesty, Hospital Matron. 



GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL HOMP], DELAWARE, O. 



TRUSTEES. 



Name. Residence. 



F. H. Thornhill, President Richwood. 

J. W. Watkins, Secretary Delaware. 

James Curry i Wooster. 

Earl W. Merry ' Bowling Green. 

Amos Woodward ■ Bellevue. 



VISITING COMMITTEE. 



Name. ' 



Residence. 



Mrs. W. v. Reid I Delaware. 

Mrs. M. K. Ide Columbus. 

Mrs. S. U. Baker Cleveland. 



Superlnlendent . 
D. R. Miller. 

Matron. 
Mrs. D. R. Miller. 



ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 



179 



Clerk. 

Miss Millie D. Hackinson. 

AsgitUint Mairons. 



Miss E. H. McCormick, 
Miss H. Keifer, 
Mrs, M. S. Corey, 
Miss Belle McCormick, 

Miss Libbie Shields, 
Miss Minnie Walker, 
Miss Viola Herbert, 
Miss Nettie Reid, 



Teachen. 



Miss J. Frances, 
Miss Elniira Way, 
Mrs. E. Edgerton, 
Miss Sarah Humphrey. 

r. 

Miss Libbie Taylor, 
Miss Emma Jacobs, 
Mrs. M. F. Payne, 
Miss Sadie Gramm. 



Employes, 



Employes. 



Thomas Hall 

George Willison. 
C. D. Nicholson . 
Newton Howard 



Occupation. 



Engineer. 
Carpenter. 
Farmer. 
Watchman. 



LONGVIEW ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, CARTHAGE, OHIO. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Peter A. White, President | Hamilt'n county 

James F.Chalfant, D.D., Secretary ! *' " 

C. S, Muscroft, M.D 

B. Roth. " " 

W.P.Hulbert 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Residence. 



C. A. ililler, M.D., Superintendent Txjngview Asy. 

J. M. Ratliflf, M.D., Assistant Physician 

F. W. Harmon, M.D., Apsistant Physician " " 

A. V. Stewart, Steward I " " 



1^0 ANNUAL REPOKT SECRETARY OK STAIE. 

TOLEDO HOrSE OF REFrOE AND CORRECTION.^ 
BOARD OF TRUSTERS. 
Name. Residence. 



Geo. L. Johnson Toledo. 

Fred. B. Shoemaker " 

Walter Pickins 

Henr>' Kahlo " 

Wm. St. John 



OFFICKRS. 
Name. Residence. 



Geo. L. Johnson, President Tole<lo. 

Fred. B. Shoemaker, Treasurer " 

Newton A. Marsh, Secretary *• 



OHIO REFORM SCHOOL, LANCASTP:R, OHIO. 



BOARD OF TRFSTEES. 

Name. Residence. 

George W. (rardner, President Cleveland. 

John Hunter Alliance. 

John B. Jones | Newark. 

Henry J. Reinmund I I^ncaster. 

MillsGardner : j Wash'gton C. H. 

OFFICERS. 



Name. Residence. 

J 

Charles Douglass, Superintendent , Toledo. 

Mrs. Charles Douglass, Matron « Toledo. 

C. M. L. Wiseman, Secretary and Steward i Lancaster. 

James (r. Randall, Assistant Superintendent ' Kirtland. 

Mrs. James G. Rim<lall, Assistant Matron i Kirtland. 

I 

1 Not under state control. 



ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 

OHIO PENITENTIARY, COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



181 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Name. 



K F. Blair, President 

T. E. Duncan 

H. Loewer 

E.T.Stickney 

M. Churchill 



Residence. 



Georgetown. 
Mt. Gilead. 
Columbus. 
Republic. 
Zanesville. 



OFFICERS OF THE PRISON. 
Name. 



Noah Thomas, Warden 

James A. Dean, Deputy Warden 

S. A. Parsons, Assistant Deputy Warden 

B. A. Banker, Steward 

I.H. deBruin, Chaplain 

CRFerrell, Physician 

8. L. Reeves, Clerk 

Frederick Buehne, Assistant Clerk 

George H. Playford, Captain of Night-watch 

C. A. Kessinger, Superintendent of Hospital 

Fred. Gunsaulus, Assistunt Superintendent of Hospital .., 

A. H. Goodwin, Superintendent of State-shops 

Henry Becker, Superintendent of Kitchen 

R, P. Green, Superintendent of Gas-works 

Samuel Johnson, Superintendent of the Yard 

J. E. Thrall. Officer m charge of Guard-room, (day) 

0. B. McAdams, Officer in charge of Guard-room, (night) 
George H. Rowland, Superintendent of Construction 



Countv. 



Madison. 

Franklin. 

Morrow^. 

Delaware. 

Marion. 

Franklin. 

Fairfield. 

Adams. 

Muskingum. 

Athens. 

Morrow. 

Union. 

Franklin. 

Franklin. 

Jefferson. 

Licking. 

Clermont. 

Madison. 



JUDICIARY. 



184 



AXM'AL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OFFICERS OF COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. 



Name. 



W. W. Boynton. ' 
John W. Ukey.- 
William White. 
William W. Johnson. 
Geo. W. Mcllvaine. 



Office. 



Residence. 



Chief Justice, i Cleveland. 



Judge. 



Columhus. 



Springfield. 
I Ironton. 
I New Philadelphia. 



Term of 
office. 



Term 
expires. 



Five years. Feb. 9, 1882. 

' " 1883. 

** 1884. 

1885. 

" 1886. 



Name. 



CLERK OF SrPREME COURT. 



Office. 



Dwight Crowell. Clerk of Supreme Court. 
Orange Frazer . Deputy Clerk. 



Residence. 



Term of 
office. 



Term 
expires. 



Geneva. i Three years, i Feb. 4, 1884. 
Wilmington. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF THE Sl'PERIOR COURT OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, 
FROM NOVEMBER 15. 1880, TO NOVEMBER 1, 188L 



Name. 



Office. 



Manning L. Force. Judge. 
Jwlaon Harmon. " 

mi.. 

Joseph B. Foraker. , " 
Samuel W. Ramp, i Clerk, 



Residence. 



89 W. Eighth St., Cincinnati. 
Wyoming, Hamilton Co. 
Park ave., West Walnut Hills. 
Mt. Airy, Hamilton Co.. 



Term of 
office. 



Term 
expires. 



Five years. 1st ^londay 

' inMay,'^. 

" 1st Monday 

, inMay,'83. 

" , 1st Monday 

inMay,'84. 

Three years, Feb. 9, 1883. 



iResifimed Novcml>er 9. 1881. Nicholas Loiigworth, of Cincinnati, who was elected one of the 
Judges of the Supreme Court for the term of five years, beginning February 9. 1882, was appointed his 
successor by Governor Foster. 

2 Elected Chief Justice, t'irf W. W. Boynton, resigned. 



R03TEK OF OHIO COURTS. 



186 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR NORTHERN 
DISTRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 



Stanley Matthews.. 
John Baxter 



Martin Welker. 



Augnstus J. Ricks . 

O.C. Beatty 

H. W.Brown 

Ed. S.Meyer 

F.J. Wing 



Wilbur F. Goodspeed 
JnoOdell 



Geo. W^eyman 

Edward L. Jones . 



Office. 



Ass. Justice Supreme 

Court, U. S 

U. S. Circuit Judge for 

6th Circuit of Ohio. 

Michigan, Kentucky 

and Tennessee 

U. S. District Judge, 

Northern District of 

Ohio 

Clerk Circuit Court,! 

N. D. O.— Cleveland; 

and Toledo I 

Deputy Clerk Circuit 

Court I 

Deputy Clerk Circuit' 

Court 

r. S. Dist. Attorney,! 

N. D. '[ 

Asst. Dist. Attorney, 

N. D. O 

U. S. Marshal, N. D. O. 
Dep. Marshiil, N. D. O., 
Dep. Marshal, N. D. O.i 
Dep. Marshal, Toledo..' 



Residence. 



Term of office. 



Wa8hington,D.C.; Life. 



Knoxville, Tenn. Life. 



Wooster, [ Life. 



Massillon.O.. 
Cleveland, O. 



Toledo, O 

Cleveland, O.. 

Cleveland, O.. 
Cleveland, O.. 
Cleveland, O.. 
Cleveland, O.. 
Toledo, O 



Pleasure of Judge. 

Pleasure of Clerk. 

Pleasure of Clerk. 

Four years. 

Four years. 
Four years. 
Pleasure of Marshal. 
Pleasure of Marshal. 
Pleasure of Marshal. 



The Circuit Court for the Eastern Division of Northern District is held at Cleve- 
land, on the first Tuesdays of January, April and October. 

The Circuit Court for the Western Division of the Northern District is held at 
Toledo, on the first Tuesdays of June and December. 

The Northern District of Ohio is, by law, divided into two'Divisions— the East- 
em and Western — but having but one set of court officers, as above. The clerk and 
marshal of the court each have offices and deputies in regular attendance at both 
Cleveland and Toledo. The counties comprising the two Divisions are as follows : 



COUNTIES rOMPRISIN(i EASTERN DIVISION. 
Temfof Court Held on ihe first xkiesJays of January y April and October, at Cleveland, 0. 



Ashland, 


Carroll, 


Mahoning, 


Tuscarawas, 


Ashtabula, 


Holmes, 


Portage, 


Trumbull, 


Cuyahoga, 


Lake, 


Richland, 


Wayne. 


Crawford, 


Lorain, 


Summit, 




Columbiana, 


Medina, 


Stark, 





186 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTIES COMPRISING WESTERN DIVISION. 

Terms of Court held on thf. fint Tuesdays of June and December^ at United States Court 
Rooms, in Produce Exchange Building, Toledo, 0. 



Auglaize, 


Hancock, 


Marion, 


Van Wert, 


Allen, 


Hardin, 


Ottawa, 


Williams, 


Defiance, 


Huron, 


Paulding, 


Wood, 


Erie, 


Lucaa, 


Putnam, 


Wyandot. 


Fulton, 


I/)gan, 


Seneca, 




Henry, 


Mercer, 


Sandusky, 





UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR SOUTHERN DIS- 
TRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 



I 



Office. 



Residence. Term of officeiTerm expires. 



Noah H. Swayne.| 
John Baxter 



Philip B. Swing. 

Channing Rich-; 

ards 

Richard Dyer 

D. K. Watson I 

Joseph C. Ulleryj 

T.M.Turner 

I 

John A. Ullery... 
Wm. C. Howard. 



Frank G. Mattox 
Theodore Cook.... 



Assistant Justice, Su-j i 

preme Court, U. S.Washington,D.C.i For Life. 

U. &. Circuit Jud^e, 1 I I 

SixthCircuit,Ohio, • I i 

Michigan, Ken- H Knoxville,Tenn. For life, 
tucky and Tennes- I , 

see, I I 

U. S. District Judge,| , 

Southern Dist. 0. Batavia, Cler- , 

mont Co., O. For life. 



U. "S. Dist Attorney,! Glendale, O. 

A8s*t " 1 Cincinnati, O. 

Ass*t " I Columbus, O. 

U. S. Marshal, South- 
ern Dist. O ' Cincinnati, 0. 

Chief Deputy Mar-, 
shal Cincinnati, O. 

Deputy Marshal i Columbus, 0. 

Clerk U. S. Circuit 
and District Courts' 
SouthernDist. O ; Cincinnati, 0. 

Deputy Clerk Columbus, 0. 

Jury Commissioner...' Cincinnati, 0. 



Four years. 



Four yearp. 



Jan. 19, 1885. 



Dec. 18, 1882. 



ROSTER OF OHIO COURTS. 187 

The Southern Digtrict of Ohio is, by law, divided into two Divisions, Eastern and 
Western, as follows: ' 

COUNTIES COMPRISING EASTERN DIVISION. 
Terns of Court hdd on the first Tuesdays of June and December, at ColumbuSj Ohio. 

Union, Pickaway, Licking, 

Delaware, Ross, Perry, 

Morrow, Pike, Muskingum, 

Knox, Gallia, Morgan, 

Coshocton, Jackson, Washington, 

Harrison, Meigs, Noble, 

Jefferson, Vinton, Monroe, 

Bladison, Athens, Belmont, 

Fayette, Hocking, Guernsey. 
Franklin, " Fairfield, 

COUNTIES COMPRISING WESTERN DIVISION. 

Term of Cburt hM on the first Tuesdays of February, April and October, at Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 



Darke, 


Clarke, 


Clermont, 


Shelby, 


Greene, 


Highland, 


Champaign, 


Clinton, 


Brown, 


Preble, 


Warren, 


Adams, 


Miami, 


Butler, 


Scioto, 


Monticomery, 


Hamilton, 


Lawrence. 



188 



ANNUAL REPORT SKCUETaRY OF STATK. 



JUDGES OF THE COURT OF COMIVION PLEAS-1882. 



. I 

0.^/2 1 
■ i 



CJounties. 



Names and post-offices. 



Term. 
Commenced. 



1, i 



.1 



2 2 



li 

f I 



\\ 



2 3 



3 1^ 



3 2 



3 3 



4- M 



4 2 



I 

I 

Hamilton i 

i 

Butler ! 

Preble I 

Montgomery' 

Darke ' 

Cliampaign.. 

Miami ' 

Warren 

Clinton 

Greene 

Clarke 

Shelby ; 

Anglaize 

Mercer 

Allen ' 

Van Wert... 

Paulding.. 

Defiance 

Williams 

Fulton 

Henry 

Putnam. 

Lucas. 

Ottawa 

Sandusky..., 

Erie 

Huron 

Lorain 

Medina 

Summit 



Fayette Smith, Cincinnati '■ 

Fred. W. Moore, " 
Robert A. Johnston, " 
Samuel N. Maxwell, " 
John S. Conner, " 

M. L Buch waiter, " 
J William L. Avery, " 

i Alex. F. Hu ne. Hmiii ton 

1 Ik^ndenson Eitiott* Dayton.,.. 
j David L. Mi^eker, Greenville., 

I James A. tiilmorc, Eaton * 

1 Calvin D. Wright. Troy,......., 

f Wm. R, Wiimock, Urliana.....', 

] James M. Sniiitt, Lebanon ; 

I Azariiib W Doari,\Viiiijington 
I James S. < ;oo(le, SprinKfield... 
J James E. Huwes, Xenm 

1 ! 



Dec. 2, 
Dec. 2, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Nov. 6, 
May 13, 
Mav 12, 
Feb. 9, 
Nov. 3, 
Feb. 9, 
Apr. 12, 
Apr. 12, 
Feb. 9, 



Expires. 



1878 
1878 
1882 

1882 : 

1882 ' 

1882 I 

1882 

1882 

1881 

1873 

1879 

1882 

1879 

1882 

1880 

1880 

1879 



I James H. Day, Celina 

I Charle.s M. Hughes, Lima. 



!j Pauldmg ; \ 
1 Defiance I [ 
1 Williams ij 

f I Fulton ) 

I Henry 

(' Putnam J 



Selwyn N. Owen, Bryan.. 



Feb. 9,1880 
Feb. 9,1879 



Feb. 9, 1882 



John J. Moore, Ottawa ! May 10, 1879 May 10,1884 



Dec. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

May 

May 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

April 

April 

Feb. 



2,1883 

2,1883 

9, 1887 

9, 1887 

9,1887 

9,1887 

9,1887 

9,1887 

6,1886 

13,1883 

12,1884 

9,1887 

3,1884 

9,1887 

12, 1885 

12, lS8n 

9,1884 



Feb. 9, 1885 
Feb. 9, 1884 



Feb. 9, 1887 



Wm. F. Lock woo<l, Toledo 

John H. Doyle, Toledo ........ 

Reuben C. temmon, Toledo. 

John MuokeVn i^unduskv 

Charles P. Wick ham, Toledo. 

Newell D. Tibballs. Akron 

AiAin C Ilale Elyria 



4 3! ' Cuyahoga.... 



Clermont ' 

Brown I 

Adams | 

ii Ross 
I Highland 
I Fayette 

(I Franklin ' 
Pickaway 
Madison 

Licking 

Knox 

Delaware ! 



Durins (^ulwell, Cleveland.. 
S F Williamson, 
Henry McKinney, " 
K. T. IlnTTislton, 
Gerahom M. Barber, ' 
James M. Jones ' 



...I 



-I 



Allen T. Cowen, Batavia 

D. W. C. Louden, Georgetown 

Thad. A. Min8hall,Chillicothe 

Henry M. HdgginE 

Ace Gn*ggs Washing ton, C. H. 
Kd, F, Bingham, Columhua... 
Hawkey J. Wylie. 
Eii P. Kvntis, 

George Lincoln, London 

Samuel M. Hunter, Newark... 
Chas. H. McElroy, Delaware.. 



Nov. 


11,1878 


Nov. 


11,1883 


Oct. 


24, 1879 


Oct. 


24,1884 


Feb 


9,1880 


Feb. 


9,1885 


Feb. 


9,1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 


May 


-,1881 


May 


—,1886 


May 


1,1881 


May 


1,1886 


Feb. 


9,1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 


Feb. 


9, 1879 


Feb. 


9,1884 


Nov. 


1,1880 


Nov. 


1,1886 


Nov. 


1,1880 


Nov. 


1, 1885 


Nov. 


1,1880 


Nov. 


1,1885 


Nov. 


1,1880 


Nov. 


1,1885 


Feb. 


9,1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 


Feb. 


9, 1878 


Feb. 


9, 1883 


Feb. 


9, 1877 


Feb. 


9,1^2 


Feb. 


9, 1879 


Feb. 


9,1884 


Feb. 


9,1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 


Nov. 


1, 1880 


Nov. 


1,1885 


May 11, 1878 


May 


11,1883 


Feb. 


9, 1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 


May 


— , 1878 


May 


—,1883 


Feb. 


9,1880 


Feb. 


9,1886 


Feb. 


9,1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 


Feb. 


9,1882 


Feb. 


9,1887 



liOSTEU OF OHIO COFJtT^. 
lvc>srKK OF Common* Plkas Courts- Continued. 



189 



Counties. Names nnd post-offices. 



6 3 

7 ijl 

7'2. 

7 3 

V. 
{' 

[ 

8 2| 

9 U 
» 2] 
9 3I 



,1 



10 
I fi 

10 1 2] 

10 3| 



Morrow 

Richliincl 

Ashland 

Wayne 

Holmes 

Coshocton... 

Fairfield 

Perry 

Hocking 

Jm:kson I 

Vinton 

Pike I 

Siioto i 

Lawrence.... I 

Gallia 1 

Mei;:ri 

Athf'ns I 

Washington. 
Muskingum. 

Morj^an | 

Noble 

Guernsey.... j 
iti^lui>mr \ 

Jefferson 

Harrison 

Tu8C.irawrt.« 

Stark... 

Carroll 

Uolnmbisitiu 

Truiubiill 

Portages 

Mahoni 

Geaugni 

Lake 

Ashtabula 

Wood n 

Hancock ' 

Seneca .. 

Hardin.. , 

Crjiwlord...,,! 
Mririon.,.. 
Wyandot 
Union — ...J ) 
I>ogan.,,„**- / 



Moses R. Dickey, Mansfield... 
Thomas J. Kenney, Ashland.. 

Chas. C. Parsons, sr., Wooster 
C. F. Voorhees, Millersburg.. 

Silas H. Wright, Lancaster... 
John S. Freisner, Logan 



Term. 



Commenced. 1 Expires 



'III \) 

•■•■1 

1 



A. C. Thompson, Portsmouth 
James Tripp, Jackson C. H... 



Samuel S. Knowles, Marietta. 
Jos. P. Bradbury, Pomeroy... 

Wm. H. Frazier, Caldwell 

Wm. H. Ball, Zanesville 

St. Clair Kelly, St. Clairsville.. 

J. C. Hance, N. Philadelphia.. 

Anson Pease 

Peter A. Laubie, Salem 

G. F. Arrell, Youngstown 

Wm.T. Speear, Warren 

L. S. Sherman, Ashtabula 

H. B. Woodbury, Jefferson.. 

John McCauley, Tiffin 

Henry H. Dodge, Perrysburg 

Thomas Beer, Bucyius 

Jno. A. Price, Bellefontaine 



Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1879 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1878 

Feb. 12, 1882 
Dec. 1, 1879 



Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1879 



Feb. 9, 1882 
Auk. 3, 1879 

Feb. 9,1882 



Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Dec. 



Feb. 
Feb. 



Feb. 9, 1878 j Feb. 
Feb. 9, 1882 | Feb. 



Feb. 9, 


1 
1882 


Feb. 9, 
Nov. 1, 


1882 
1880 


Feb. 9, 
Oct. 31, 


1882 
1878 


Feb. 9, 
Jan. 25, 


1882 
1881 


Feb. 9, 
Feb. 1, 


1881 
1878 


Feb. 9, 


1882 


Feb. 9, 


1882 



Feb. 9, 
A ug. 3, 

Feb. 9, 

Feb. 9, 

Feb. 9, 

Nov. 1 

Feb. 9, 

Oct. 31 

Feb. 9, 

Jan. 26, 

Feb. 9, 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 9, 

Feb. 9, 



1887 
1884 

1887 
1883 

1887 
1884 



1887 
18&4 



1883 
1887 



1887 
1884 

1887 

1887 

1887 
1885 

1887 
1883 

1887 
1886 

1885 
1883 

1887 
1887 



190 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS IN OHIO IN 1882. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

DiOricl Ccmrt. 
Hamilton, Ist Monday January, Ist Monday April, l8t Monday October. 

Common Pleas. 
Hamilton, Ist Monday January, 2d Monday May, 1st Monday November. 

SECX)ND DISTRICT. 

District Court. 

Butler, April 3; Clinton, April 3; Warren, April 10; Champaign, April 17; 
Montgomery, April 17; Clarke, Mjiv 1: Greene, April 24; Darke, April 3; Preble, 
May 8; Miami, May 8. 

Common Pleas. 

Hiitler, January 9, Muy 15, 'October 16. 
Montgomery, January 9, May 15, October 16. 
Darke, January 9, May 22, October 16. 
Clinton, January 9, May 22, October 16. 
Warren, January 9, May 15, October 16. 
Clarke, January 9, May 22, October 16. 
(ireene, January 9, May 22, October 16. 
Champaign, January 9, May 22, October 16. 
Miami, January 9, May 15, October 16. 
Preble, January 9, May 15, October 16, 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

District Court. 

Allen, April 14 ; Auglaize, April 10 ; Defiance, March 27 ; Fulton, April 3 ; Henry, 
March 30; Mercer, April 12; I'aulding, March 24; Putnam, April 18; Shelby, April 
7; Van Wert, March 21 ; Williams, April 5. 



TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS IN OHIO. 191 

Common Pleas. 

Allen, January 30, May 29, October 11. 
Auglaize, February 7, May 23, October 24. 
Defiance, January 3, April 25, September 19. 
Fulton, January 3, April 24, September 18. 
Henry, January 16, May 8, October 16. 
Mercer, February 27, June 12, November 20. 
Paulding, January 30, May 22, October 16. 
Putnam, February 20, June 5, November 13. 
Shelby, January 4, May 1, September 11. 
Van Wert, January 3, April 25, September 19. 
Williams, February 13, June 6, November 13. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

District Court. 

Erie, April 10; Huron, April 20; Lucas, March 13; Sandusky, April 24; Ottawa, 
April 20 ; Lorain, March 29 ; Medina, March 27 ; Summit, March 13 ; Cuyahoga, 
March 13. 

Common Pleas. 

Erie, January 30, May 22, October 23. 
Huron, February 6, June 5, November 13. 
Lucas, January 3, May 1, October 9. 
Sandusky, January 3, May 1, September 25. 
Ottawa, January 9, May 1, September 25. 
Lorain, January 30, May 22, October 23. 
Medina, January 9, May 8, September 25. 
Summit, January 9, May 8, September 25. 
Cuyahoga, January 3, May 1, September 18. 

PIPTII DISTRICT. 

» District Court. 

Madison, August 29 ; Fayette, September 23 ; Clermont, September 27 ; Franklin, 
March 21, September 2; Adams, August 29; Highland, August 29; Pickaway, Sep- 
tember 23 ; Brown, September 2 ; Rob3, September 2. 

Common Pleas. 

Adams, January 17, April 18, October 3. 
Clermont, February 7, May 23, October 17. 
Brown, February 14, May 23, October 17. 
Highland, January 9, April 10, October 16. 
Ross, January 9, April 10, October 16. 
Fayett«, January 9, April 10, October 16. 



192 ANNUAL KKPOl.T SK-HK-AKY nF STATK. 

Franklin, January 9, Ai-ril 4, October 16. 
Madison, February 6. May 22, November 20. 
Pickaway, January 3, A pril 18, October 10. 



SIXTH DISTMUT. 

District Court. 

Delaware, May 22; Knox, June 26; Licking, June 12; Ashland, June 5; Mor- 
row, June 12; Richland, June 19; Coshocton, June 5; Holmes, July 5; Wayne, 
June 26. 

Common Pkas. 

Delaware; January 2, April 4, October 16. 
Knox, February 14, ^lay 2, November 14. 
Licking, January 9, April 4, September 11. 
Ashland, March 6, September 4, November 13. 
Morrow, February 6, May 1, Octo]>er 16. 
Richland, March 20, August 28, December 4. 
Coshocton, February 8, April 4, October 16. 
Holmes, January 9, March 6, September 4. 
Wayne, February 13, August 28, December 4. 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



District Court. 

Washington, April 5; Gallia, April 13; Scioto, April 21; Perry, September 4; 
Hocking, September 12; Athens, September 14; Meigs, April 10; Lawrence, April 
18; Pike, April 28 ; Fairfield, September 6 ; Jackson, September 21 ; Vinton, Septem- 
ber 19. 

Common Pleas. 

• 

Athens, January 9, May 1, October 16. 
Fairfield, January 23, April 24, October 16. 
(lallia, January 23, May 8, October 16. 
Hocking, February 20, May 22, November 20. 
Jackson, February 20, May 29, November 13. 
Lawrence, March 13, June 5, November 13. 
Meigs, February 6, May 22, November 6. 
Perry, March 13, June 12, December 11. 
Pike, January 30, May 8, October 23. 
Scioto, February 13, May 8, October 16. 
Vinton, January 9, April 17, October 2. 
Washington. January 30, May 22, November 6. 



TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS IN OHIO. 193 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



DiBlrict Court 



Belmont, April 4; Jefferson, April 11; Harrison, April 18; Tuscarawas, Septem- 
bers; Guernsey, September 13 ; Monroe, August 29 ; Noble, September 18; ^Morgan^ 
September 21 ; Muskingum, September 25. 

Common Pleas. 

Muskingum, January 30, May 15, November 6. 
Morgan, January 10, April 25, October 17. 
Noble, January 17, April 25, October 17. 
Guernsey, February 14, May 16, November 14. 
Belmont, February 14, May 16, November 7. 
^fonroe, January 17, April 25, October 17. 
Jefferson, February 28, June 6, November 28. 
Tuscarawas, January 31, May 9, October 31. 
Harrison, January 10, April 25, October 12. 



NINTH DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Trumbull, March 24 ; Portage, April 5; Lake, March 27 ; Geauga, April 14 ; Ash- 
abnla, April 5; Mahoning, March 13; Columbiana, March 17; Carroll, March 18; 
tark, April 14. 

Common Pleas, 

Carroll, January 16, May 8, October 16. 
Stark. January 23, May 15, October 16. 
Columbiana, February 6, May 22, October 30. 
Mahoning, January 9, April 24, September 4. 
Trumbull, January 30, May 22, October 16. 
Portage, January 9, April 24, September 4. 
Lake, January 9, April 24, October 16. 
Geauga, February 6, May 22, November 13. 
Ashtabula, January 16, May 8, October 16. 



TENTIf DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Crawford, March 8; Hardin, March 23 ; Hancock, March 27 ; Logan, March 20 ; 
irion, March 13; Union, March 16; Seneca, April 4; Wood, March 30; Wyandot, 
irch 6. 

13 S, 8. 



194 ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRETARY OF STATE. 

Common Pleas. 

Crawford, February 13, June 5, November 6. 
Hardin, February 6, May;J9, October 16. 
Hancock, January 9, May 1, September 11. 
Jjogan, February 13, May 29, October 16. 
Marion, January 23, May 15, October 11. 
Seneca, January 9, May 1, September 18. 
Union, January 9, May 1, September 11. 
Wood, February 6, May 29, October 16. 
Wyandot, January 2, May 1, September 18. 



Office of thb Sbcrbtary of State. 

Columbus, 0., December 1, 1881. 

I hereby certify that the above is correctly copied from the official lists returned 
to this office. 

[seal.] Chas. Townsend, Secretary of Slate. 



SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES 



SIXTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, 1882-1884. 



also: 



APPORTIONMENT FOR MEMBERS OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

OF OHIO, 1881-1891. 



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B'LY OF OHIO— 1881-1891. 



SENATE. 
Population of State, 3,199,189; Full Rath», 91,376 ; Three- Fourths Katio, 68,532. 



Counties. 



1: HaniUton 



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42,580 



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3; Montgomery ! 78,546 

Preble 24,534 



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I Clinton.. 

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6 Highland 
Ross 



30,280 i 
40,307 ; 

70,687 

7 Adams I 24.004 I 

Pike I 17,927 ; 



36,713 
32,911 

31,349 
24,757 
20,364 



313.368 
70,972 

103,079 
69,624 

76,470 



Scioto . 
Jackson . 



33,511 
23,679 



8 Lawrence \ 39,068 

Gallia I 28,124 

Meigs ' 32,325 



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9 Athens... 
I Hocking . 
Fairfield 



17,226 



28,413 
21,126 
34,283 



10 Franklin 86,816 

Pickaway 27,413 

llOarke 41,948 

Champaign 27,817 

Madison 20,129 



12 Miami 36,178 

Darke 40,498 

Shelbv 24,136 



13 Logan 26,268 

Union 22,375 

Marion 20,564 

Hardin 27,028 

96,235 



99,121 

116,743 

83,822 
114,229 

89,894 

100,812 



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Washington 43,244 ' 

Morgan 20,074 : 

Noble (part), Elk, 

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J^baron 12,134 



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f Muskingum 49,780 

Perry i 28,218 

I Total 15th dist.. 77,998 

Delaware 27,380 

Licking 40,451 

L Total 16th dist.. 67,831 

Knox 27,450 

Morrow 19,073 

Total 17th (list.. 46,523 



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Wayne 40,075 

Holmes 20,775 

I Total 28th dist.. 60,850 

f Coshocton 26,641 ' 

Tuscarawas 40,198 

Total 18th (list.. 66,^39 



107,373 15,997 79,985 1 i 1 1 , 1 I 1 5 

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19 Guernsey i 27,197 

' Monroe 26,497* ' 

Xoblo(i»art), Stock, 
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Beaver, Buffalo^ 
Seneca, Wayne..., 9,003 , 

Total 19th dist.. 62,697 . 

==' 129,536 38,160 , 190,800 

Belmont ' 49,638 ! i ' 

Harrison 20,455 i 

^ „ I ' 70,093 ' 

Carroll 16,416 

J^tark 64,027 ' ' ' 

, ,^ '- 80,443 1 1 I 1 I 1 

Jeirerson 3^^)18 > I i i 

Columbiana 48,603 



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Counties 


Population. 


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16,326 ' 
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47,632 
14,191 

25,793 

24,700 


288,100 
71,960 

128.965 
123,600 


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67,720 


189,008 
196,943 

117469 

116,076 
89,939 

161,433 
194,569 




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27,600 

43,788 






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Total 26tb diat« 






71,288 




26 


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196,943 


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36,306 


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31,609 
32,641 

32,063 
19,763 

36,966 
30,583 
22,401 


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Crawioni « 

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25,443 
22,518 
21 ^C% 
13,490 
23,090 
23,821 


70,057^ 
11,317* 


360,285 
69,086 


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Paulding , ^ 

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21,062 

27,788 
20,587 
67,388 

23,718 
34,026 


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204 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Population of State, 3,198,189; ratio, 31,981; oxe-iialf ratio, 15,990; one and 
three-fourths ratio, 55,966 ; two full ratioh, 63,962. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Defiance 22,518 \ 

Paulding 13,490/ 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 14,255 |^ 

Lake 16,326] 

Greene | 

Guernsey | 

Hamilton i 

Hanrock ' 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 



24,004 
31,323 
23,883 
37,139 
28,413 
25,443 
49,638 
32,911 
42,580 
16,416 
27,817 
41,948 
36,713 
24,757 
48,603 
26,641 
30,583 
196,943 
40,498 

36,008 

27,380 
32,641 
34,283 
20,364 
86,816 
21,062 
28,124 

30,581 

• 31,349 
27,197 
313,368 
27,788 
27,028 
20,455 
20.587 
30,280 
21,126 
20,775 
31,609 
23,679 
33,018 



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10 



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5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 
5 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
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6 

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5 
5 
5 
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» FracMion over nine full ralio«. 



Fraction over two full ratio^j. 



APPORTIONMENT HOUSE OF REPRKSENTATIVES. 205 

Apportionmknt— House of ReprivSKNtatives.— Concluded. 



Counties. 



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Knox 

Lawrenre 



Licking 

Lojran 

Loniin 

Lucag ^ 

Madison 

Mahoning ... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan .....*. 

Morrow 

Muskingum.. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Perry 

Pickaw;iv 

Pike ....: 

Portage 

Preble 

Patnam 

Richland 

Koes 

Sandusky .... 

Scioto ...* 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Sammit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Waahinjrton.. 

Wayne 

William-s 

Woo<l 

Wyandot 



27,450 
39,068 
40,451 
26,268 
35,526 
67,388 
20,129 
42,8<>7 
20,5()4 
21,454 
3>.325 

2i,eo8 

3(».l7rt 
t.'6.4^»7 
78.545 
2(),()74 
19,073 
49,78r) 
21,137 
19." ♦•,3 
2S.2I8 
27.413 
17.927 
27.500 
2 ',534 
23,718 
;3(>,306 
40 307 
32.063 
33,511 
36,955 
24.136 
64,a27 
43,788 
44.882 
40,198 
22 375 
23,030 
17.226 
28,392 
43,244 
40,075 
23,821 
34,026 
22,401 



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7.087 35,435 . 1 
8,470 42,350 1 



3,545 
3.426 ^ 



17,725 
17,130 



10,886 



54,430 



J544 



1 ,720 



4,197 2(»,H.'^r> 



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17,79.1 88,995 


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1 4.325 

8,326 

82 

4,974 


21,625 

41,630 

410 

7,650 

24,870 




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11,807 
12.901 
8,217 


325 
59,035 
64,505 

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ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS. 



208 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



PROB\TE JUDGES AND CLERKS OF COURTS. 



Counties. 



County Seats. 



Probate Judges. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula .. 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Beluiont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign.. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana . 
Coshocton .... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga .... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jeflferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawron<e 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning.... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 



I 



I West Union i - e 

' Lima :....' Samuel S. Yodcr 

Ashland James Alberson 

Jelforson i Edward C. Wade 

Aihcns 1 Wm. 8. Wilson 

Wapakuneta i John McLain 

St. Clairsville | Thomas Cochran 

(Georgetown ; Gee. P. Tyler 

Hamilton j W. H. Harr 

Carrolllon | Thos. K. Lee 

Urbana D. W. Todd 

Springfield ! John C. Miller 

Batavia | James B. Swing 

Wilmington John Matthews 

New Lisbon \ Wm. G. Wells 

Coshocton Holder Blarkman 

Hucyrus ' Frederick Hipp 

Cleveland [ Daniel R. Tilden 

Greenville I Samuel L. Kolp 

Defiance..., j J, J. Greene 

Delaware i Rufus Carpenter 

Sandusky City | A. E. Merrill 

Lancaster | S. T. ShaefTer 

Washington C. H.i Thos. N. Craig 

Columbus I John T. Gale 

Wauseon ; L. W. Brown 

(Jallipolis I S. I). Cowden 

Chardon • Henrv K. Smith 

Xenia I Jas. VV. Harper 

Cambridge ' Lot P. Hosick 

Cincinnati ! Isaac B. Matson 

Findlay i S. J. Siddall 

Kenton ' Jas. E. Lowry 

Cadiz I Amor lx?mmon 

Napoleon i David Meekison 

Hillsborough i Robert M. Dittey 

Logan , Wm. T. Acker 

Millersburg , II. W. T«neyhill 

Norwalk , Henry L. Kennan | 

Jackson i H. C. Miller .....| 

Steubenville Wm. V. B. Croskey i 

Mt. V^ernon \ Elias A. Peale i 

Painesville \ Geo. H. Shepherd 

Ironton • Geo. W. Thomp.son ; 

Newark I David A.Allen i 

Ik'llefontaine I R. E. Pettit ' 

Elyria i E. H. Hinman ' 

Toledo I Isaac R. Sherwood ] 

London i Oliver P. Crabb i 



Clerks of Coarti. 



Yotingstown . 
Mari«itt ... 
Medina... 
I*omeroy 
Celina 



Louis W. King 

Jno. N. Matthews . 
Albert Munson .... 

R. H. Brewster 

H. M. Pulskamp .. 



George W. Pettit 
Eugene C. McKinrie. 
Cloyd Mansfield. 
Chas. H. Simonds. 
Silas E. Hedges. 
T. B. Baker. 
Alex. C. Darrah. 
C. C. Blair. 
R. B. Milliken. 
Richard H. Fonts. 
J. M. Maitland. 
J. H. Rabbitts. 
H. B. Mattox. 
Marion R. Higgins. 
Wm. Monaghan. 
Samuel Gamble. 
A. A. Rahl. 
Henry W. Kitchen. 
Jno. H. Martin. 
Jno. P. Cameron. 
Chas. M. Jaynes. 
Wm. J. Affleck. 
Wm. H. Wolfe. 
E. W. Welsh eiraer. 
Harvey Cashatt. 

A. B. Smith. 

H. R. Bradbury. 

B. D. Ames. 
John A. Cisco. 
Jas. R. Barr. 
Samuel W. Ramp. 
Henry H. Louthan. 
Jos. Timnions. 

E. B. McN.'^mee. 
Oscar E. Barnes. 
J. M. Hughey. 
Arthur McCourtney. 
Samuel Anderson. 
S. T. A. Van Sciver. 
Frank Crumit 
Ross White. 
Wm. A. Silcott. 
R. A. Moodey. 
David C. McConn. 
Chas T. Dickinson, 
(xeo. H. Allen. 
Henrv J. Lewis. 
R. C. Quiggle. 
E. W. McUormach. 
Lloyd Fording. 
Jno H. Thomas. 
Geo. Hayden. 
W. A. Race. 
Edward Landfair. 



ROSTEK OF COUNTY OFFICERS. 209 

Probate Judges and Clerks of Courts— Continued. 



Counties. 


County Seats. 


Probate Judges. 

Wm. C. Johnston 

Richard K. Walton 

Wm. D. McKeney 

Newell Corner 


Clerks of Courts. 


MiRnii 


Troy 


John B. Lutchford. 


Monroe 


Woodsfield 


Joel T Judkins 


Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow ....... 


Dayton 


0. B. Brown u . iii 


McConnelsville ... 
Mt Gilead 


Benj. F. Matson. 


Wm. D. Matthews 

Geo. L. Foley 


Sam'l P. Gage. 
Howard Aston. 


Muskingum 

Noblo 


Zanesville 


Caldwell 


Jno. U. Brown .. . 


H. E. Peters 


Ottawa.. 


Port Clinton 

Paulding 


Wm. Caldwell 


Wm. E. Bense 


Paulding 


B. L. Wentworth 

Erank A. Kelly 


Jos. B. Cromley. 
Jno. A. McGonagle. 
P W. Brown 


Perry 


New Lexington 

Circle ville 


Pickaway -.. 

Pike 


Henry N. Hedges, sr... 
George Kerns 


Waverly 


Jno. P. Douglas. 
John Porter 


Portage 


Ravenna 


C. A. Reed 


Preble 


Eaton 


Robt. W. Quinn 


Jno. R. Cook. 


PljtMni TT-r.-T-f,----TT T 


Ottawa 


Sara'l 8. Bacon 


J J Zeller 


Kchland 


Mansfield 

Chillicothe 


Eckels McCov 


Thos. T Dill 


R088 


Benj. F. Stone 


Sara'l J. Briggs. 
Basil Meek. 


Sandusky 

Scioto 


Fremont 


C. Doneyson 


Portsmouth 

Tiffin 


H. C. Tnrley 


Robert Bell. 


Seneca 


Jacob F. Bunce 


Jas. V. Mavers 


Shelby 


Sidney 


David Bowersock 

Seraph ine Meyer 

N. W. Goodhue 


Frank Hunter. 


Stark 


Canton 


Benj. D. Wilson. 
Sumner Nash. 




Akron 


Tmmbull 


Warren 


Wm. A. Reeves 

A. H. Brown 


0. A. Caldwell 


Tnacarawafl t .. 


New Philadelphia 
Marysville 


John Figert. 
Jno. Q. Burgner. 
Urban H Hester 


Union .• 


Jno. B. Coats 


Van Wert 


Van Wert 


AmosT. Dailev 

Andrew W. Satts 

Jos. W. O'Neall 


Vinton 


McArthur 


Arthur E McGrath 


Warren ~ 


Lebanon 


Jjot Wright. 
C. H. Etz. 


Washington 


Marietta 


F. J. Cutler 


Wayne 


Wooster 


Isaac Johnson 


Jno Van Nostran 


WilliamB 


Brvan 


Martin Perky 


E. E. Bechtol. 


Wood 


Bowling Green 

Upper Sandusky .. 


John Reed 


W. S. Eberly. 
Avery Henderson. 


Wyandot «.... 


Joel W. Gibson 





SHERIFFS AND PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula... 

Athens 

Auglaize..... 
Belmont... . 
Brown 



County Seats. 



Sheriffs. 



'Prosecuting Attorneys. 



West Union Henry F. McGooney... Wm. Anderson. 

Lima 1 Wm. H. Harter Jas. R. Townsend 

Ashland Isaac Gates Geo. B. Smith. 

Jefferson Albert W. Stiles ; F. A. Pettibone. 

Athens Tim. B. Warden j E. Tompkins. 



John G. Distelrath . 
Samuel Hilles. . . 
John P. Helbling.. 



Wapakoneta 

St Clairsville 

Georgetown.. 

Batler ~ ! Hamilton j F. D. Black 

Carroll Carrol.ton Jno. S. Kriles 

Cbunpaign I Urbana ! Joseph Chamberlain .. 

14 8. 8. 



E. C. Van Anda. 
A. H. Mitchell. 
John R. Moore. 
Jno. F. Milan. 
Harvey J. Eckley. 
Duncan McDonald/jr. 



210 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Shbripps and Prosecuting Attorneys — Continued. 



Counties. 



I 



County Seats. 



Clarke 

Clerinqpt i 

Clinton ^ ! 

Columbiana I 

Coshocton 

Crawforfl ! 

Cuyahoga ' 

hu ke I 

Defiance i 

Delaware 

Erie I 

Fairfield I 

Fayette i 

Franklin ! 

Fulton I 

Gallia 

Geauga | 

Greene 

Guernsey ...I 

Hamilton ...; 

Hancock ...| 

Hardin ..•! 

Harrison ...I 

Henry •••; 

Highland ...' 

Hocking .., 

Holmes ...I 

Huron ... 

Jackson ..' 

JeflVrson ..., 

Knox ...' 

Lake 

Lawrence i 

Licking 

Logan , 

]x)rain 

Liiciis I 

Madison.. : 

Mahoning ...# | 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs I 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery ' 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum ■ 

Noble... 

Ottawa I 

Paul<iing I 

Perry j 

Pickaway ' 

Pike 

Portage I 

Preble I 

Putnam i 



Springfield 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New IjisboR 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Sandusky City 

Lancaster 

Washington C. H.. 

Columbus 

Wauseon 

Gallipolis 

Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 

Cincinnati .*.. 

Findlay 

Kenton 

Cadiz 

Napoleon 

Hillsborough 

Logan « 

MiTlersburg 

Norwalk 

Jackson ' 

Stf'ubenville j 

Mt. Vernon | 

Painesville 

Ironton I 

Newark ; 

Bellefontaine ■ 

Klvria I 

Toledo ! 

I^mdon I 

Youngstown 

Marion 

Medina ' 

Pomeroy | 

Celina 

Troy I 

Woodsfield ' 

Dayton , 

McConnelsville 

Mt. (iilead ' 

Zaiiesville | 

(Caldwell I 

P()rt(?linton j 

Paiddin^ I 

New Lexington ...' 

Circleville | 

Wavcrly ...j 

Havcnna ' 

Pulton ! 

Ottawa ' 



Sheriffs. 



James Foley 

Thomas Brown 

Wm. E. Kenerick 

F. A. Gailey 

A.J.Miller 

JohnKeil 

Hugh Buckley, jr . 

Jerry Runkle 

John A. Foust 

Wm. H. Cutler 

John Strickland.... 
H. H.Shumaker.... 

Jas. F. Cook 

Louis Heinmiller... 

H. S. Aldrick 

C. B. Blake 

John A. Pierce 

James McCann 

JohnM. McGill.... 
Sam'l Bailev, jr .... 

Chas. B. Hall 

Lewis H. Wells.... 
Jas. C. Garver 



Prosecuting Attorneys. 



W. L. Weaver. 
James C. McMath. 
E. J. West. 
Robert W. Taylor. 
A. H. Stillwell. 
Anson Wickham. 
Carlos M. Stone. 
Jno. C. Clark. 
Benj. F. Enos. 
Henry C. Culver. 
Grayson Mills. 
Jno. D. McCormick. 
Frank (f. Carpenter. 
Wm. J. Clarke. 
W. H. Gavil. 
Wm. H. C. Ecker. 
C. W. Osborne. 
C. L. Spencer. 
M. R. Patterson. 
Miller Outcalt. 
A B. Shafer. 
Jno. H. Smick. 
Jno. M. Garvin. 
Martin Knapp. 
Jno. T. Hire. 
C. IL Buerhaus. 
Jno. W. Vorhes. 
L. C. I^ylin. 



George Daum 

Thos. H. Long 

Thos. F. McCartey ... 
Barney Christopher. 

Eugene Smith 

Wm. B. Cherrington... E. C. Powell 

B.M.Sharp Jno. M. Cook. 

Jno. K. Schnebley Frank Moore. 

A. D. Barrett C. D. Clark. 

Jasper Kimball W. S. McCune. 

Allen T. Howland Jas. E. I^whead. 

Henr>' M. Cline Geo. W. Emerson. 

H. E.* Corning David L Nye. 

Jno. S. Harback, jr Ezra S. Dodd. 

Jno. F. Johnston.. P. C Smith. 

Geo. W. Ix)dwick Chas. R. Trusdale. 

John V. Harrison S. H. Court. 

J. D.Stow S. B. Woodward. 

H. C. Hayman Uriah Hoyt. 

John (J. Blake C. G. A. Miller. 

John M. Campbell M. B. Eamhart 

Christian Lude Jno. B. Driggs. 

Chaa. T. Freeman John M. Sprigg. 

A. B. Mclntire Frank F. Metcalf. 

M. G. Modi T. S. White. 

Wm. Hunter Benj. F. Power. 

David Miller U. B. Wharton. 

Reuben (irant Thos. L. Mayers. 

Sam'l J. Tate M. D. Mann. 

M. A. Crosbie Jas. F. Conly. 

Jno. P. Bolin J. P. Winstead. 

Wm. F. Anderson Jno. A. Eyler. 

Wm. Wilcox J. D. Horton. 

('. Corwin A. M. Crisler. 

Frank Rothman Jas. T. Leutzy. 



ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Shbriffs and Pboskcuting Attorneys — Continued. 



211 



Counties. 



Richland ^ ^.. 

Roes ^ ^.. 

Sandusky^ 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby « 

Stark- 

Summit 

Trambull^ 

Tuscarawas ^^ 

Union ^ 

Van Wert 

Vinton ^ 

Warren .'. ~ 

Wa8hin£:ton 

Wajrne 

Williams -.. 

Wood 

Wyandot 



I 



County Seats. 



Sheriffs. 



I 



Attorneys. 



Mansfield 

Chillicothe | 

Fremont j 

Portsmouth 

Tiffin 

Sidney : 

Canton ! 

Akron | 

Warren I 

New Philadelphia 

Marysville i 

Van Wert > 

Mi!Arthur | 

Lebanon ' 

Marietta j 

Wooster ' 

Bryan ; 

Bowling Green... 
Upper Sandusky 



John Gates 

Wm. L. Tulleys 

Chas. F. Pohlman, jr... 

Thos. J. Purcell 

L. N. Lease 

N. M. Lileman 

Henry Altekreuse 

Wm. M. Kinney 

Jno. S. Hoyt 

G. W.Goudy 

John Hobensack.. 

H. D. Hustand 

Wm. Cottrill 

J. M. Johnson 

D. B. Torpy 

H. R. Messmore 

J. A. Dorsheimer 

Thos. C. Reid 

Charles F. Schuler 



Jas. P. Seward. 
Geo. Betzer. 
Geo. Kinney. 
Noah J. Dever. 
P. M. Adams. 
J. S. Conklin. 
H. W. Harter. 
Chas. Baird. 
W Hyde. 
J. F. Wilkin. 
J. M. Brodrick. 
A. J. Porter. 
Frank P. Magee. 
Seth W. Brown. 
David Albin. 
C. A. Reider. 
G. W. Strayer. 
Jas. 0. Troup. 
Robert McKelly. 



AUDITORS AND TRE.\SURERS. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens « 

Auglaize 

Belmont ' 

Brown 

Butler ; 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia i 

Geauga \ 

Greene 

Guernsey 



County Seats. 



West Union 

Lima 

Ashland 

Jefferson 

Athens 

Wapakoneta 

St. Clairsville 

Georgetown 

Hamilton 

CarroUton]; 

Url)ana 

Sprinj^eld 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lisbon 

Coshoc^ton 

Bucyrus 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Sandusky City 

Lancaster 

Washington C. H. 

Columbus 

Wauseon 

Gallipolis — 

Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 



Auditors. 



J. W.Shinn W. B. Brown. 

Wm. D. Poling David M. Fisher. 

E. J. Groscup Jos. Stofer. 

E. H. Gilney H. P. Beckwith. 

A. J. Frame J. P. Coe. 

J. L. McFarland ;... Wm. Heinrick. 

Wm. N. Coffland E. L. Fuley. 

W. J. Jacx)bs B. F. Dyer. 

Jos. B. Hughes J. T. Gray. 

L. M. Barrick Wm. C. Scott. 

J. M. Fitzgerald Griffith Ellis. 

0. F. Serviss W. 8. Wilson. 

M. J. W. Hotter E. J. Dunham. 

A. H. Hains L. D. Reed. 

Chas. C. Bilker Jno. Burns. 

J. W. Casingham Jno. Beaver. 

Jas. H. Robinson Wm. Riblet. 

I^evi F. Bauder H. N. Whitbeck. 

Jno. C. Turpen 8. A. Hostotter. 

Chas. P. Tittle Wm. Lanster. 

Chas. W. Webster Cicero Cooraer. 

Thomas McFall , James Aldor. 

Ephraini Ackers ; Jno. M. llickle. 

J. P. Robinson I. W. Rowe. 

Emil Kiesewetter \ George Beck. 

Isaac Springer i Jas. W. Howard. 

Joseph Stafford Wm. Cherrington. 

Wm. Howard Robt. Harper. 

Andrew S. Frazer ' J. H. Cooper. 

John C. Beckett Jno. S. Wilkin. 



Treasurers. 



212 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Auditors and Treasurers — Conlinued. 



Counties. 



County Seats. 



Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison ' 

Henrv , 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox ; 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking , 

Logan 

Lorain ' 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion i 

Medina 

Meigs ' 

Mercer 

Miami ] 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan , 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

^erry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam ^ 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky , 

Scioto ; 

Seneca 

Shelby | 

Stark 

Summit I 

Trumbull | 

Tuscarawas 

Union i 

Van Wert , 

Vinton I 

Warren | 

Washington 

Wayne I 

Williams , 

Wood ' 

Wyandot | 



Cincinnati.... ' 

Findlay j 

Kenton 

Cadiz i 

Napoleon | 

Hillsborough I 

I^gan ' 

Millersburg j 

Norwalk j 

Jack.son j 

Steubenville 

Mt. Vernon ' 

Painesville j 

Ironton 

Newark ' 

Belief ontaine | 

Elyria 

Toledo ! 

London j 

Youngstown I 

Marion 

Medina | 

Pomeroy j 

Celina i 

Troy I 

Woodsfield ' 

Dayton ! 

McConnelsville ...; 

Mt. Gilead i 

Zanesville ' 

Caldwell ! 

Port Clinton \ 

Paulding 

New Lexington ...'i 

Circleville ' 

WaveHy i 

Ravenna 

Eaton ! 

Ottawa I 

Mansfield ' 

Chillicoihe ' 

Fremont | 

Portsmouth i 

Tiffin ' 

Sidney ! 

Canton , 

Akron 

Warren 

New Philadelphia 

Marysville 

Van Wert 

McArthur 

I^banon | 

Marietta j 

Wooster 

Bryan 

Bowling Green ' 

Upper Sandusky ..I 



Auditors. 



Wm. S. Cappeller... 

Jos. R. Kagy 

J. N. WVlch 

Jas. M. Scott 

Chas. Evers 

E. M. DeBruin 

Wm. N. England 

James Rowland 

Henrv W. Owen 

B.B. Evans 

H. H. McBeth 

John H. Stevens 

W. C. Tisdale 

M. S. Bartram 

Jas. F. Lingafelter... 

F. R. McUughlin... 

Orville Root 

Walter Pickens 

Samuel M. Prugh ... 

F. H. Sherer 

Clias. Hahn 

Clarence J. Chsise 

J. N. Rathburn i 

Jos. V. Sidenbinder 

Chas. C. Barnett I 

A. A. Stephens , 

Fred. Schutte 

Francis M. Kahler | 

R. I). Buxton ! 

Samuel Oldham ! 

W.T.Gilbert 

A. Hopfinger ■ 

R. S. Murphy ... ' 

Orri n Tha cker j 

A. J. Grigsby 

Jos. Armstrong 

LeGrand A. Olin 

W. B. Mikesell 

L. Lehmkuhle 

M D. Ward 

Frank J. Esker 

Adam Hodes 

Geo. L. Dodge 

F. E. Stoner 

H. S. Hiles 

John N. Ramsey 

A. Wajeoner 

R. C. Rice 

A. R. Holmes 

Wm. L. Curry 

Wm. T. Exline 

Chas. L. White 

A. H. Graham 

B.B.Stone 

Jno. B. Wilson 

Geo. F. Solier 

E. W. Poe 

L. Smith 



Treasurers. 



Chas. A. Miller. 
Sam*! Howard. 
Jno, M. Carr. 

A. J. Harrison. 
Chas. H. Gidley. 
E. R. Pierson. 
N. W. HambUn. 

B. J. Young. 
M. O. Vanfleet 
M. C. Kernan. 
Samuel B. Campbell. 
John Myers. 

O. H. Hoflkin. 
J. Davidson. 
Jos. B. Winegamer. 
Wm. H. Chandler. 
Geo. H. Robbing. 
Joel W. Kelsey. 
Abram Turner. 
Wm. Cornelius. 
J. Strelitz. 
G. H. Damon. 
W. B. Warren. 
Six Staeger. 

D. W. Sinks. 
John Ruegsegger. 
S. J. Allen. 

E. R. Worrall. 

S. W. Trowbridge. 

F. C. I>eitz. 
Thos. M. McVay. 
Elias Lay. 

S. G. Robertson. 
Wm. S. Shriver. 
P. H. Delaplane. 
Philip Larbaeh. 
W. A. Jenkins. 
D. W. Cooper. 
H. L. McDowell. 
Jno. J. Douglass. 
Rufus Hosier. 

B. M. Winters. 
Alfred Bover. 
John Heabler. 
Peter Goffena. 
Jno. R. Dangler. 
H. C. Viele. 

C. O. Hart 

Jno. L. Kennedy. 
Wm. M. Liggett 
J. S. Stuckey. 
Thos. H. Craig. 
M. A. Jameson. 
Jno. Hoist. 
Jno. 8. Cuskey. 
Jno. Bailey. 
Geo. Kimberlin. 
Geo. W. Freer. 



ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS. 
KECORDERS AND SURVEYORS. 



213 



Counties. 


County Seats. 

West Union 

Xiima 


Recorders. 

Jas. R. Stephenson 

Wm. Timberlake 

John P. M. Goodman.. 

H. A. Walling 

J. W. Andrews 


Surveyors. 


\darnB 


Jeremiah Ellis. 


Allen 


John Keith 


Ashland ^ 

^flhtabula 


Ashland 

Jefferson 


John B. Weddle. 
Burt Brett 


Athens 


Athens 


Geo. Falloon. 


Auglaize 


Wapakoneta 

St. Clairsville 

Georgetown 

HLamilton 


Henry Ruch 


Samuel Craig. 
M. Thompson. 
H. L. P. Vance 


Belmont.. 


Wm. 8. Hobbs 


Brown 


Geo. L Ellis 


Butler 


Alex Getz 


J C Weaver 


Carroll 


Carrollton 

Urbana 

Sprin^eld 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lisbon.. 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 


Milton McQuickcn 

M. A. Jordan 

Samuel A. Todd 


Eli D. Shaw. 


ChamDaiflrn 


Benj. Thompson. 
F. P. Stone. 


Clarke ~... 


Clermont 


George Kell 


Geo. H. Hill. 


Clinton 


Wm. 0. Holloway 

James Atchison 


D. W^ickersham. 


Colnmbiana 


J. B Strawn 


Coshocton 


Jno. M. Crawford 

Daniel 0. Castle 

Asa M. Van Sickle 

Richard Hunt 


Samuel M. Moore. 


Crawford 


Harvey L. Weber. 


Cuyahoga 


Cleveland 


J. p. Varney. 
Eli Annacost. 


Darke 


Greenville < 

Defiance 


Defiance 


I.e. Woods 

.Vbel Rawn 

.fames Flynn 


T. S. Wight. 
L. B. Dennison. 


Delaware 


Delaware 


Erie 


Sandusky City 

Lancaster 

Washington C, H. 
Columbus 


A. W. Judson 


Fairfield 


(Jhas. W. Parido 


Chas. W. Bowland. 


Fayette 


J. R Southerland 

F. M. Senter 


T. M. Perdue. 


Franklin 


B. F. Bowen. 


Fulton 


Wauseon 

Gallipolis 


A. S. Bloomer 


A. B. Robinson. 


Gallia 


•I. F. Chapman 


W. R. White. 


Geauga ~... 

Greene 


Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 

Cincinnati 

Findlay 


Chas. A. Mills 


E. L. F. Phelps. 
L. Riddle. 


8. H. Adams 


Giiemsev 


Rodolph Thomas 

( r. 0. Deckebach 

Jos. F. Gutzwiler 

Wm. W. Stevenson 

L.B.Grimes 


J. W. Garber. 


Hamilton 


P. N. Jonte. 


Hancock 


Edwin Phifer. 


Hardin « 


Kenton 


W. H. Brown. 


Harrison 


Cadiz 


Jacob Jarvis. 


Henry 


Napoleon 


Daniel Hartnett 

John Keech 


D. P. Hudson. 


Hiirhfand 


Hillsborough 

Logan 


Eli Stafford. 


Hocking « 

Holmes ^ 


Jacob Weaver 


Jus. I).'ivi8. 


M illersburg 


Jno. D. Shrimplin 

R. A. Bloomer 


J. C. Calhoun. 


Hnron 


Norwalk 


L. B. Mensnard. 


Jackson 


Jackson 

Steubenville 

Mt. Vernon 

Painesville 

Ironton 

Newark 


E H. Lewis 


E. C. Jones. 


Jefferson 


Jacob Hull 


Henry Lewis. 
J. N. Headington. 
H. N. Munson. 


Knox 

Lake 


Samuel Kunkel 

B. Green 


Lawrence ..... 

Licking 

Loifan 


J. V.Kelley 

Jno. R. .McCulloch 

Jno. A. Coulter 

Jno. Blauchard 

W.W.Alcorn 

Saumel P. Trumper 

Thos. H. Ward 

S. H. Rupp 


J. RfC. Brown. 
G. P. Webb. 


Bellefontaine 

Elyria 

Toledo 


S. A. Buchanan. 


Tx>niin rr .-,-, 


L. F. Ward. 


Lucas ......M... 


Samuel Bement. 


Madison 


London 


Clinton Morse. 


MAhonincF 


Youngstown 

Marion 


J. W. Canfield. 


MAion 


Samuel Bull. 


Vfcwlino 


Medina 

Pomerov 


L. A. Lewis 


A. D. Sheldon. 


Meiss 


F. M. Cline 


R. H. Ashworth. 


fiercer • 


Celina 


S S Stafford 


Marcus Schuler. 


MiAmi 


Troy 

Woodsfield 

Dayton 

McConnelsville ... 


1. A. Landis 


J. H. Rouzer. 


lifonroe 


James Mvers 


Arthur Oakry. 
John Hiller. 


Montgomery 

Morgan 


M. M. Thomas 


J. M. West 


J. F. Elliott. 



214 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Recordebs and Surveyors — Continued. 



Counties. 



MuSKlUKu.u. . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding .... 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam , 

Bicbland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto , 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas ., 

Union 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington , 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



County Seats. 



I 



Mt Gilead 

Zanesville 

Caldwell 

Port Clinton .... 

Paulding 

New Lexington 

Circleville 

Waverly 

Ravenna 

Eaton 

Ottawa 

Mansfield 

Chillicothe 

Fremont 

Portsmouth 

Tiffin 

Sidney 

Canton 

Akron 

Warren 

New Philadelphia 

Marysville 

Van Wert 

McArthur 

Lebanon 

Marietta 

Wooster 

Bryan 

Bowling Green 

Upper Siandusky . . . 



Recorders. 



C. L. Van Bruminer.. 

David Zimmer 

E.W,Wickham 

Chas. C, True 

Isaiah Richards 

Chas. H. Tinker 

Jno. McCrady 

O. P. Beekman 

Philo Bierce 

J. W. Ammerman 

Wm. Alt 

J. S. BoUman 

Edward Crider 

Jno. R. Conklin 

Wm. H. Williams 

Jno. H. Beninghoff... 

H. Gartley 

Jno. H. Barnaby 

A. A. Bartlett 

H. J. Barnes 

Daniel Wyss 

George Jordan 

W. P. Wolcott 

W. KBratton 

H. H. Dunham 

Jos. P. Ward 

Henry Marshall 

Thos. J. Coster 

Robert Dunn 

8. Inman 



Surveyors. 



B. J. Ashley. 

Frederick Howell. 

L. D. Merry. 

Frank Ernest. 

H. Kretzinger. 

Francis J. Aid. 

Wm, C. Rowe. 

B. F. West. 

J. Cole. 

F. M. Davidson. 
, E. W. Dimock. 
1 S. W. Craighead. 
I L. Wesson. 
I M. Putnam, jr. 
, Jos. W. Smith. 
j Samuel Nighswander. 

Chas. H. Flinn. 
, Wm. Unger. 
i R 8. Paul. 
! Chas. W. Tyler. 
I O. H. Hoover 
I F. J. Sager. 
; W. B. Jones. 
! Richard Craig. 

F.A.Bom. 
I D. F. Dufer. 

J. C. Brinkerhoff. 
! E. B. Opdyke. 
i D. D. Ames. 
; Jacob Greek. 



CORONERS. 



Counties. 



County Seate. 



Coroners. 



Adams i West Union John W. Nelson i 1880 

Allen I Lima ' Tobias H. Foltz 1 1880 

Ashland Ashland | Daniel Ambrose I 1881 

Ashtabula Jefferson | Noah Hoskins , 1880 

Athens ' Axhens Jas. C. Bowers 1881 

Auglaize | Wapakoneta ! Jas. T. Moore i 1880 

Belmont St Clairsville ! Thos. Garrett , 1880 

Brown Georgetown ! Sylvester Shaw , 1880 

Butler I Hamilton i VVm. Spencer I 1881 

Carroll Carrollton | David Skeels ., I 1880 

Champaign | Urbana | Samuel M .Mosgrove' 1 1880 

Clarke Springfield J. UColman i 1881 



ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS. 



215 



Coroners— Continued. 



Counties. 



County iSeats. 



Coroners. 



Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana.. 

Coshocton .... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga-.... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Faiifield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fnlton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Ga^nsey 

Hamilton.. ... 

Hancock 

Hardin.. 

Harrison 

Hennr 

Highland 

Hoi-king 

Holmes 

Huron ., 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

liiwTence 

licking 

Lt^gan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum ~. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 



; Batavia ; J. C. Dowdy 

I Wilmington C. J. Ent 

1 New Lisbon ^ Samuel Badger ... 

Coshocton Joseph Burns 

I Bucyrus ' Philftp J. Moffit . 

I Cleveland | Johnlsom 

! Greenville | Wm. Fanner .... 

Defiance ; J. J. Finner 

Delaware i Jas. H. Hughes ... 

Sandusky City ! Elwood Stanley... 

Lancaster , S. Sturgeon 

Washington C. H S. L. Hookerx 

Columbus 1 Patrick A. £gan .. 

Wauseon : Chas. E. Bennett.. 

Gallipolis | Jas. T. Hanson ... 

Chardon i P. M. Cowels 

Xenia C. M.Galloway... 

Cambridge : J. H. Sarchet . 

Cincinnati 

Findlay 

Kenton 

Cadiz 

Napoleon 

Hillsborough 

Logan 

Millersburg 

Norwalk 

Jackson 

Steuben ville ~ 

Mt. Vernon 

Puinesville 

Ironton 

Newark 

Bellefontaine 

Elyria 

Toledo 

London , 

Youngstown 

Marion 

Medina , 

Pomeroy , 

Celina , 

Troy 

Woodsfield 

Dayton , 

M cConnelsville 

Mt. Gilead 

Zanesville 

Caldwell 

PortClhiton 

Paulding 

New Lexington 

Circleville 

Waverly 

Ravenna 



J. H. Rendigo 

J. C.Trich 

Hiram Kettle 

Jno. S. McBean 

R. M. Cloud 

James .McCoppin .. 

Enoch Martin 

S. P.Wise 

Edwin Holliday .... 

Jos. H. Andres 

Thos. T. Fogg 

Waldo R. Carey ... 
Henry M. Mosher. 

Owen Ellison 

George W. Yearly 
Philander Jones ... 

Geo. C. Jeffries 

Frederick Hohly.... 

A. V. Chrisman 

Jas. F. Wilson 

John Christian 

Hiram Goodwin .... 

G. B. Ackley 

F. C. LeBlond 

Van S. Deaton 

James Anderson.... 
Jas. D. Daugherty.. 
Andrew Arrick .... 

J. L. Williams 

D. J. Morgan 

Wm. 8. Bebout 

Geo. Woodward .... 

C. V.Gorrell 

John Sullivnn 

Jacob A. Long 

Adolph Hesse 

A. H. Barlow 






1880 

1880 

1881 

1871 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1880 

1880 

1881 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1880 

1880 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1880 

1880 

1881 

1881 

1881 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1881 

1880 

IgBO 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1881 

1880 

1881 

1880 

1880 

1881 

1880 



216 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CoRRONERS— Continued . 



Counties. 



Preble 

Putnam , 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby ^. 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull...... 

Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Wkshington . 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



County Seats. 



Eaton 

Ottawa 

Mansfield , 

Chillicothe 

Fremont 

Portsmouth 

Tiffin 

Sidney 

Canton 

Akron 

Warren 

New Philadelphia 

Marysville 

Van Wert 

McArthur 

Lebanon 

Marietta 

Wooster 

Bry«n 

Bowlinjr Green 

Upper Sandusky .. 



Coponers. 



F. M. Michael ... 
Henry J. Rader.. 

Jas. B. Hall 

Jno. R. Tucker .. 

C. F. Reiff 

Wm. Rasching.... 
Edward Lepper.. 

Clay RJoslin 

A. C. Brant 

Almon Brown ..., 

Wm. H. Fox 

Geo. W. Bowers 

E. P. Blinn 

Wm. Fromfield .. 



Henry Reynolds 
Geo. W. Corev... 



Jno. F. Ullman 

William Lush 

Frank O. H; rt 

Sam'l R. Say lor... 
Rudolph Heyser.. 



1880 
1881 
1880 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1880 
1881 
1880 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1880 
1880 
1880 
1880 
1880 
1880 



COMMISSIONERS. 



Counties. 



Elected— 1881. 



Elected— 1880. 



Adams ' John V. Claxton W. S. Bottleman 

Allen ' Joseph A. Slates Francis M. Chun 

Ashland Jas. Wh.irton John J. Wolf 

Ashtabula Wm. T. Simonds Calvin Dodge 

Athens , Wm. H. Curfman Willis (t. Hickman... 

Auglaize ... Daniel Fochet, jr John A. Werst 

Belmont Nathaniel Taylor Morris Cope 

Brown Ross Wise John A. Jennings 

Butler , A. G. McKeon Eli Long 

Carroll Chas. H. Scott Zephaniah Keyes 

ChiMupaign J. H. Runyan Alex. T. McBeth 

Clarke David (i. Oory J. S. Kitchen 

Clermont E. D. Titus J. R.Shaw 

Clinton Carey (-look John R. Wood 

Columbiana Jacob Vanfossan ' Hiram Bell 

CoslnK'ton C. Lorenz William Berry 

Crawford Jacob Burkley ' John Newman 

Cuyahoga Benj. F. I'hinney Geo. A.Schlatterback 

Darke Jno. P. F'rederick John G. Deubner.. 

Defiance David Travis Martin Struble 

Delaware A.H.Packard Ix)iiis Bush 



Elected— 1879. 



Alexander Stewart 
Jacob Crites. 
McClure Davis. 
Edward P. Baker. 
F. Finsterwald. 
J. H. Dunathau. 
Owen Whehan. 
Jefferson Fite. 
Thomas Slade. 
Clark Marshall. 
George W. Roberts. 
Leon H. Houston. 
J. V. Christy. 
Joseph W Slack, 
L. F. McKenzie. 
John C McBane. 
Lysander M. Walter. 
C. P. Jewett. 
Samuel Wilson. 
Levi Colby. 
Zenas Harrison. 



ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Commissioners — Continued. 



217 



Counties. 



Elected— 1881. 



Elected— 1880. 



Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Frantdin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga.. 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harriaon 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

HuroD^ 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lor.iin 

Lucas 

Madison 

.Vfahoning .... 

Marlon 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami , 

Monroe , 

Montgomery . 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage , 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Roes 

SandoBky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas ^. 



John Homegardner ... 

E. S.Miller 

Robert Eyer 

Josiah C. Lunn 

R. H.Scott 

Jacob Rigtrs 

Dan'l H. Truman 

Jno. S. Stevenson 

A. W. Nicholson 

VVm. H. Hill 

Andrew S. Beck 

Moses Kennedy 

E. W. Phillips 

Henry Rolers 

Frank La<^ld 

Wm. H Woodruff 

Simeon Snow 

Alex, Lewis 1st 

1 feasant Springer 

Amos Parsons 

Thos. J. Wolfe 

E. B. Griswold 

M. T. Ridenour..... 

Allen B. Coffman 

Jno. Harrod 

Edward P. Burrell 

I. C. Wemert 

Henry Lilley 

Frank McMaster 

( J eorge lietterer 

Frank Mills 

John Holliday 

James B. Snyder 

Mordecai Clark 

N. D. Ganiner 

Geo. W. Puicell 

L J. Coburn 

J. C. Swetland 

Edward Butrel 

Isaac Crow 

Hiram Ransom 

George Gussler 

Samuel Snider 

Wm. H. Mower y 

Reuben S. Slarns 

A. B. Murrill 

Henry Furray 

Johu H. George 

John F. Murphey 

Simon R. Dickson 

Norton G. Rathbum... 

Chas. A. Goddard 

Wm. T. Histe 

John E. Bush 

John C. Girwig j 

David C. Miller 

A. V. Crouch - 

Henry B. Keffer 



Henry Kelley 

W. McClenneghan .... 

W. J. Homey 

Joseph M. Briggs 

E. L. Barber 

Joseph Howard 

Orrin M. Barnes 

William Watt 

Patrick Lochary 

Martin Harrell 

B. B. Powell 

.lames B. Pumphrey.. 
Thomas McMillan ... 
Wm. H. Booker 

C. P. Sanders 

Abel Carpenter 

Joseph Geisinget 

John T. Townsend ... 

John S. McGhee 

Creorge Starr 

Stephen Craig | 

Joseph Jerome j 

Clinton Forgey j 

Stephen Hoskinsoii ..| 
Charles C. Cookston.. 

Charles S. Mills 

Justus McDonnld 

Charles Pheliis, jr... 
Andrew D. McCliirg.. 

C. H. Cromer 

S. B. Rogers 

Samuel Davis 

John Frohn 

Edmund Lewis 

Jacob Affolter, sr 

Isaac Bassett 

Wm. R. Jones 

Wm. G. Brenizer 

Robert I-.ee 

John Smithson 

Lee Whitmore 

George W. Sowers ... 

Nathan Plank 

H. J. Crownover 

Henry C. Givons 

Paris C. Nichols 

James McDill 

T. J. Williams 

John F. Gerhiu*t 

John Gaynor 

D. S. Tinney 

Charles Winter 

Edward Childs 

Christian Kingseed... 

Frank Milhoff 

Moses D. Call 

William Branson 

John H. Benfer „ 



Elected— 1879. 



George W. Clary. 
Henry Langle. 
Robt. 8. Southerland. 
Thomas Robinson. 
Charles Blake. 
John E. Mills. 
William W. Weber. 
John B. Allen. 
Jesse E. Reed. 
Benj. F. Hopkins. 
Ross W. Moore. 
Samuel Delwiler. 
George Love. 
Reuben Reiter. 
H. H. Redkey. 
Rufns Karshner. 
Thomas P. Uhl. 
A. C. Williams. 
John Williams. 
James Ball. 
John Pouting. 
P. Barber. 

Wilber W. Wiseman. 
Robert Leeding. 
Henry Kelly. 

A. I >. Perkins. 
Henrv C. Ely. 
Duvicl Watson. 
Josiah H.. Blackburn. 
Samuel Mehaffy. 
iSpenccr F. Coilding. 

B. F. Knight. 
John F. Romer. 
William Johnson. 
Jonathan Linellen. 
Lewis C. Kimmell. 
Luther W. Simpson. 
William Brooks. 
John Crooks. 
John N. Shafer. 
John Andrews. 
Thomas Chester. 
James Coyle. 
John Pickering. 
Thomas Holton. 
Edgar Whittlesey. 
Howard Young. 
Ferd. Unterbrink. 
Jacob Clayberg. 
Strawdor James. 
Bryon O'Connor. 
William Turner. 
James H. Fry. 
John Linker. 
WashiDRton Guest. 
Hiram Hart. 

John L. Smith. 
Daniel Kohn. 



218 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Commissioners — Continued. 



Counties. 


Elected— 1881. 
Uriah Cahill 


Elected-1880. 


Elected-1879. 


Union \... 


Nathan Howard 

David J. Davies 

Columbus Johnson... 

Wm. P. Mounts 

Wm. Thompson 

Isaiah Ryalt 


James B. Whelpley. 
Frederick Lillick. 


Van Wert 


Henrv Rumble 


Vinton 


Isaac V. Br6wer 


Stephen Darby. 
Ephmim K. Snook. 
Robert Mullenix. 
Peter Mongey. 
Jonathan Biirke 


Warren 


Wm J. Collett 


Washington 

Wayne 


Phillip Maltem 

Wesley Spangler 

Eli Wisman 


Wii iams 


Alfred Rilev 


Wood 


Solomon Flies 


Hush Stewart 


Nathan W. Stafford 


Wyandot 


Jno. K. Hare 


Henry Herring 


W. M. Baldwin. 









mCORPORATED COMPANIES 



AND 



Changes in Incorporated Companies, 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 16, 1881. 



220 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



INCORPORATIONS. 



CLA.SSIFIED STATEMENT OF INCORPORATIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

NOVEMBER 15, 1881. 



£ 



a I 

53 
$5 i 

1 

172 

26 



o 

31 

5 

1 
67 
11 

1 
15 

8 

6 
47 



2 
16 



5 

2 

19 

1 
I 
4 

7 
1 

15 



13 

2 

1 

1 

65 

152 



Kinds of corporations chartered. 



Manufacturing companies incorporated... 
Manufacturing companies, increase capi 

tal 

Manufacturing companies, decrease capi 

tal 



i Manufacturing companie8,change of name 

I Mining companies incorporated 

; Mining companies, increase capital 

! Mining companies, change of name 

Railroad companies incorporated 

Railroad companies, increase capital 

Elailroad companies, decrease capital 

Railroad companies consolidated 

Railroad companies, branch lines 

Railroad companies, change of name 

Building and Loan Associations incorpo- 
rated , 



Buil(ling and IjOslu Associations, increase 
capitid 

Street railroad companies incor[)orated 

Street railroad companies, increase capi- 
tal A 

Street railroad companies, decrease capi- 
tal 

Street railroad companies, change of name 

Printinjr and publishing companies in 
corporated 

Printingand publishing companie8,change 
of name 

(rjis companies incorporated 

(ias companies, increase capital 

Electric light companies incorporated . 

Electric light companies, increase capital 

Electric light companies, change of name 

Co-operative companies incorporated 

Fire insurance companies incorporated... 

Fire insurance companies, decrease capi- 
tal ... 

Telegraph and telephone companies in- 
corporated 

Telegraph and telephone companies, in- 
crease capital 

Cemetery associations incorporated .... 

Banks incorporated 

Banks, increase capital 

Banks, election to continue business .. 

Mutual aid associations 

Churches, societies and benevolent asso- 
ciations incorporated 



Increase 

of capital 

stock. 



Decrease 

of capital 

stock. 



Capital stock 
authorized. 



$3,613,000 



•I 



$25,000 



7,992,000 '. 



30,420,000 



950,000 



2,015,500 



300,000 



30,000 



176,000 
906*606" 



100,000 



400,125 



50,000 



$19,917,000 



84,676,000 



40,462,000 



131,020,000 



16,250.000 

2i6*66o 



484,000 



1,650,000 
*3V484,0(» 



20,500 
400,000 



1,876,000 



6,260 
100,000 



J N CORPORATIONS. 



221 



Classified Statbment op Incori»oration8, etc. — Continued. 



Kinds of corporations chartered. 



1 Churches, societies and benevolent asso- 
ciations, change of name 

4 Colleges and literary societies incorpo- 
ratea 

90 



For various purposes companies incorpo 

rated 

For various purposes companies, increase 

capital 

I For various purposes companies, decrease 

capital 

1 ! For various purposes companies, change 

i of name 

23 . Miscellaneous papers filed 



235 



1075 



Certificates of filing subscription to capi- 
tal ^tock 



Totals. 



Increase Decrease 

of capital | of capital 

stock. I stock. 

i 



Capital stock 
authorized. 



$158,000 



$1,000 
*■ - • -»' 

9,57j;260 



$46,019,125 



$100,000 



$1,205,000 



$310,029,960 



Comparative Sumhary ok Incorporations since the Adoption of the Constitu- 
tion OF 1851. 



Year. 



Total 
number of 
incorpora- 
tions. 



1851 to 1873, inclusive 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 .. 

1879 

1880 

1881 



"r 



4,069 
361 
396 
374 
361 
289 
338 
544 
840 



Increase of 
capital stock. 



$9,068,375 

1,900,200 

8,229,000 

24,378,890 

46,019,125 



Reduction of 
capital stock. 



$7,002,100 
190,000 
620,000 



1,427,000 
349,700 
896,200 
765,000 

1,205,000 



Capital stock 
authorized. 



$882,121,713 

55,646,066 

140.199,426 

64,015,300 

46,102,940 

45,674,266 

90,920,805 

104,462,700 

310,029,950 



222 



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Companies whose Capital Stock uas been Decreased, with Date of Filing Certifi- 
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15, 1880. TO Nov. 16, 1881. 



Name of company. 



The Woodland Hills Street Railroad Co 

Toledo Fire and Marine Insurance Co 

Spring Grove, Avondale and Cincinnati R*y Co. 

Cincinnati Hotel Co 

Cleveland Oil Refining and Gasoline Co 

Dayton Malleable Iron Co 



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Amount 
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Present 

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Jan. 28... 
Feb. 12... 
April 25... 
Auflf. 22... 
Sept. 14... 
Oct. 29... 



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Companies fiuno Certificates of Subscription to Capital Stock, from November 
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Name of company. 



The Ashtabula Bolt and Shaft Co 

Hufiman Stone Co 

Toledo Chemical Manufacturing Co 

Bismark No. 3, Loan and Building Association Co 

Ohio and Arizona Mining Co 

Parlor Cattle Car Co 

line Levoy Bufi^y Co 

Gould Mining Co , 

Matrimonial Benefit Co 

Ohio Shade and Fixture Co 

Remington Wheel Co 

Eckstein White I-ead Co : 

W.J. Mora[an and Co » 

National (Ml Co 

Gibbe Canton Plow Co 

Union Sewer Pipe Co 

E. K. Chamberlin Co 

Dayton Roller Skating Co 

Arbeiter Hall Stock Co 

Zanesville Telephone Co 

North American Life-boat and Launch Co 

Cnrtias Manu&icturing Co 

Bucyrus Foundry and Manufacturing Co 

Filler Manufacturing Co 

Brown Manufacturing Co 

Daryee Furnace Co 

New Mexico and Arizona Duryee Furnace Co 

Irvine Wheel Co 

Chagrin Falls and Southern Railroad Co 

Case Manufacturing Co 



Date of filing 
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1880. 
November 



December 



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13 
14 
16 
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24 
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Name of company. 



The Erie and Central Elevator Co .• 

Ashtabula Pump Co 

Toledo and Ohio Northern Railway Co 

Deer Creek Manufacturing Co 

Enterprise Building and lx>an Co 

Bruce Carriage Co 

Cambridge Wood-work Co 

Homestead Aid Co., of London, Ohio 

Dayton Dwelling-house Co 

Friend and Forgy Paper Co 

Hamilton Homestead Co 

Ohio Building Stone Co 

Ohio Grindstone Co 

Joel Hayden Brass Co , 

Geo. D. Winchell Manufacturing Co 

Golden Rule Aid Co., of Champaign county, Ohio 

Cincinnati Central Railway Co ^ 

Ohio and Indiana State Line Railway Co 

O'Brien Wheel Co 

Superior Oil Co 

Ohio Loan and Trust Co 

Grain Drill Manufacturing Co 

Dangler Vapor Stove and Refining Co 

Green Street Loan and Building Co 

Cincinnati Electric Lighting Co 

Fifth Street Railroad Co 

Bolton Steel Co 

Cincinnati Artisan Co 

Cincinnati Belt Railway Co 

Chatauqua Ice Co 

Ohio Soap Co 

Butman Furnace Co 

Brilliant Glass Co : 

Louis Cook Manufacturing Co 

Grand Central Mining Co 

Youngstown Malleable Iron Co 

Elerhard Manufacturing Co 

Eagle lion Co~ 

Lake View Coal Co 

Queen Cigar Manufacturing Co 

Bryan Boot and Shoe Co 

Genoa and Rocky Ridge Lime Co 

Cincinnati, Van Wert and Michigan Railroad Co.. 

IloUoway Paper Machine Improvement Co 

Third Ward Building Association Co~ 

Voice Publishing Co 

Greenville Hide and Leather Co 

Middle Bass Steamboat Co 

Van Wert Gas Light Co 

Eliza Furnace and Coal Co 

Bundy Iron and Coal Co 



Date of : 
certific 



188C 
Decemb 
1861 
January 



Febmar 



March 



INCORPORATIONS. 



253 



G0MPA5IIS FILING CSBTIFICATES OF SUBSCSIPTIOM TO CAPITAL StOCK, FROM NOVEMBKR 

16, 1880, TO November 15, 1881— Continued. 



Name of company. 



The Dayton Clnb Co 

Spnng Grove, Avondale and Cincinnati Kail way Co 

F^rl, Gold and Silver Mining Co 

PiltBlwirgh, Younrgstown and Chicago Railroad Co.. 

Brush Electric Light Co., of Cincinnati, O 

Cincinnati Stamping Co 

Clyde Organ Manniactunng Co 

Brown Hoisting and Conve^ng Machine Co 

New York and Chicago Railway Co 

Osnaburg Coal Co 

Shelby Telephone Co 

Youngstown Carriage and Wagon Co 

Wilcox and Troadway Co 

National Avenue Co 

Hocking Valley Pipe Co 

Benton ILdr Grower Co.« 

Waldumer Electro Magnetic Brake Co 

Dayton, Eviinsxille and South-western Railway Co 

Niles Mining Co 

H. L. Emery Minernl, Cotton Gin Co 

Cincinnati Spring Co 

Forest City Coojierative Stove Co 

Djiyton Roller Skating Co 

Cincinnati Workingmen's Club Building and Loan Co.... 

Cleveland, Delphos and St. Louis Railroad Co 

Anzeiger Publishing Co 

Royal Pottery Co 

Aragon Building and Loan Co., No. 2 

Knights of Labor Co 

Boyd Grave Vault Co 

Kanawha Coal, Coke and Iron Co 

Ohio Construction Co. (Lancaster) 

Cleveland. Ellio and Southern Railroad Co 

Western Reserve Mining Co 

(^ncinnati. Van Wert and Michigan Common Carrier Co« 

Wapakoneta Car Coupling Co 

Lorain Gaaand WaterCo 

Kingpsville Wrought Iron Fence Co 

(^ncinnati Lard Refining Co 

RF. Wade Co 

F.Gray Co 

Chillicothe Gas Light and Water Co 

Clevelaiifl Sugar and Syrup Refining Co 

Springfield Casket Co 

!Medo, Belleville and Detroit Railroad Co 

Browne and Knowles Manufacturing Co 

Columbus Savings Bank Co 

Cleveland Stock Yard Co 

Fountain Filter Co 

Miami Township Building and Loan Co 

Springfield Law Library Co 

Railroad Home and Loan Co 

George Fox Starch Co... 



Date of filing 
certificate. 




April 



May 



June 



4 

4 

5 

5 

7 

9 

9 

U 

12 

13 

13 

13 

14 

15 

16 

18 

20 

22 

28 

28 

28 

28 

30 

4 

4 

7 

7 

9 

10 

11 

12 

12 

16 

16 

19 

19 

19 

19 

21 

23 

23 

27 

27 

31 

1 



264 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Companies piung Certificates of Subscription to Capital Stock, fbom Kovb 
15, 1880, TO November 15, 1881— Continued. 



Name of company. 



The Cleveland, Youngstown and Pittsburgh Railway Co 

Enterprise Manufacturing^ Co 

Calhoun Loan and Building Co : 

Jefferson Sugar Manufacturing Co 

Commercial Manufacturing Co 

Wood County Fair Co 

Xenia Paper Co .'. 

Attiesey Lithographic Co 

T. J. Nottingham Manufacturing and Supply Co 

Comstock Provision Co 

Cleveland, Ottawa and South- western Railway Co 

New York and Ohio Coal Co 

Youngstown and Salineville Railway Co 

Tempest, Brockman and Sampson Pottery Co 

National Lager Beer Bottling Co 

Roller Skating Co 

John H. M. Gowen Co 

American Iridixiin Co 

Whipple Manufacturing Co 

New Bremen Foundry and Machine Co 

National Normal School Co 

Lithopolis Cemetery Vault Co 

Freeman Fire Clay Co 

Toledo and St. Louis Elevator Co 

American Vapor Stove Co 

Toledo Linseed Oil Co 

Dutch Hollow Cemeter}' Co ^ 

Bellaire, Beaver Valley and Shawnee Railway Co 

Nelsonville Foundry and Machine Co 

Muskingum County Commercial and Industrial Cooperative Co.. 

Cincinnati Stock Yard Co 

Lancaster Hub and Spoke Co 

People's Cooperative Supply Co 

Cincinnati and Ohio River Railway Co , 

Toledo and Indianapolis Railway Co 

Alliance, Niles and Ashtabula Railroad Co 

New York, Pittsburgh and Chicago Railway Co 

Ellis Planing Mill Co 

Aurora Vapor Stove Co 

American Agency Co 

Southern Ohio Coal and Iron Co ^ 

Clarkafield Stone Co 

Youngstown and State Line Railroad Co 

Columbus Broom Co 

North End Buildine Co 

Mount Adams Building Co 

Ligowsky Clay Pigeon Co 

Texas and New Martinsville Steam Ferry Co , 

Standard Wagon Co , 

Miami Boating Co 

Globe Publishing Co 

Wm. S. Merrill Chemical Co 

Star Building Association No.3 Co , 



Date of f 
certifici 



188] 
June 



July 



August 



INCORPORATIOXS. 



255 



Companies filing Certificates of Subscrii tiox to Capital Stock, from November 
16, 1880, to November 15, 1881— Continued. 



Name of company. 



The Cincinnati Artificial Stone and Paving Co 

Central Dock Co 

Sherman and Maesey Manufacturing Co 

Clark'sRun Grange Co 

Buffalo, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 

Central Ohio Telephone Co 

Ohio Construction Co 

Lebanon Gnssette Printinjr Co 

I^ne and Wooilworth Patent Glass Roofing Co 

Apollo Building and Loan Co 

('hristinn .Moerlcin Brewing Co...." 

Cleveland Varnish Co 

Comet Cind Co 

Merchants' and Manufacturers' Protection A.sHociation Co, 

National Gas and ManufacUiring Co 

Parkin File Co 

Zonesvillc and South e»8tern llaiiway Co 

Jackson County Coal Co. 

Bnltiniore, Cincinnati and Western Railway Co 

Muskingum Coffin Co 

Ohio Ciinstniction Co 

Morrison and Fay Manufacturinj? Co 

Dayton and Hocfeing Valley Riilroad Co 

Hocking Coal and liailroad Co 

Perrin Paper Co 

Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Riiihvay Co.... 

Obrien Brothers Manufacturing Co 

Crescent >'ewing Machine C«i 

Cleveland Teiininal Railway Co...' 

Delphos Gas Light Co.... 

Arms, Bell and Co~ 

(-incinnati Carrier Co 

Queen City Malleable Iron Co 

Bloom Vault Co 

Lima Car Co 

Fremont Cultivator Co 

Chesiipeake, Columbus and Chicago Railway Co 

Cleveland Roller Rink and Manufacturing Co 

Farmers' and Mechanics* Union Stove Co 

Jefferson Homestead Co 

Cleveland Steam Cooked Food Co 

Elyrirt Screw and Tap Co 

Columbus Transfer Co 

Kenton Water-works Co 

Crystal Oil Co 

Pomcroy and Ohio River Railroad Co 

Perfection Soap Manufacturing Co 

Sandusky Street Railway Co... ^ 



Date of filing 
certificate. 



1881. 

August 30 

30 

Septeml er 8 

8 

9 

10 

12 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

21 

21 

21 

21 

24 

28 

1 

3 

4 

« 

7 

8 

8 

10 

12 

18 

15 

17 

17 

18 

19 

25 

28 

28 

28 

29 

31 



October 



November 



2 
3 
4 
10 
10 
U 
12 
15 



266 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MISCELLANEOUS CERTIFICATES. 



CIIANUE OF LINK. 

April 26, 1881 — The Columbus and Maysville Railroad Co.: To run from Colum- 
bus, in Franklin county, southward through the counties of Franklin, Pickaway, 
Madison, Fayette, Highland and Brown, in Ohio, to Aberdeen, on the Ohio river, 
passing through the towns of Washington C. H., Hillsboro and Ripley, to a line des- 
ignated and set forth in the said certificate. 

June 18, 1881— The Springfield Northern Railway Co. : That the line of the road 
of said Company has not been finally located ; that by mistake, the county of Miami, 
in the State of Ohio, was omitted as one of the counties through which said road shall 
pass. The said road shall pass through Miami county, to properly locate and con- 
struct the road. 

Jtdy 15, 1881— The New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. : That it is 
necessary to pass through the counties of Sandusky and Erie, in the State of Ohio, 
for the purpose of avoiding dangerous and difficult curves and grades. 

July 25, 1881— The Northwestern Ohio Railroad, now the Detroit, Butler and St. 
Louis Railroad : Changing the line through Williams county. 

Sept. 6, 1881— The Chicago and Atlantic Railway Co. : Changing the line so as 
to run through the county of Van Wert, instead of the county of Mercer, in the State 
of Ohio. 

Sept, 6, 1881 — The Chicago and Atlantic Railway Co. : Changing the line from 
Marion, to Kenton, Ohio. 

Sept. 21, 1881— The Chicago and Atlantic Railway Co. : Changing the line from 
Kenton, Ohio, through the counties of Hardin, Allen and Van Wert, in said State. 

OcL 19, 1881— The Cleveland, Delphos and St Louis Railroad Co. : Changing 
line to pass through the counties of Wyandot, Crawford, Richland and Lorain. 

LOCATION OF JJNB AND TERMINI. 

Jan. 3, 1881 — The Ohio Railway Co. : Line changed to pass through the counties 
of Lorain, Medina, Summit, Portage and Trumbull, in the State of Ohio, beside the 
counties of Paulding, Putnam, Hancock, Seneca and Huron, named in the original 
articles of incorporation of this company. 

April 14, 1881 — The Western Reserve Railroad Co. : Changing eastern terminus, 
and extending line from Tiffin, Seneca county, through the counties of Seneca, Hu- 
ron, Lorain, Medina, Summit. Portage, Geauga and Trumbull, to the State line of 
Pennsylvania 

June 20, 1881— The Cleveland, Canton, Coshocton and Straitsville Railway Co. : 
Extending the line southward from the present Southern terminus of the line at 
Coshocton, through the counties of Coshocton, Muskingum, Perry and Athens, to 
the village ot Athens. 

Aug. 24, 1881— The New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. : Fixing the 



INCORPORATIONS. 257 

line and termini through the counties of Ashtabula and Paulding, being the east and 
west boundaries of the State of Ohio, through which said road passes. 

EXTENSION OF LINE, AND CHANGE OF TERMINI. 

March 26, 1881— The Island Creek and Richmond Mineral liailroad : From 
Bichmond to Canton, Ohio. 

SfpL 19, 1881— The Cleveland, EUio and Southern Railroad Co.: Changing or 
extending soathem terminus from Ellio, Wayne county, to Pomeroy,j|Meig8 county, 
Ohio. 

CHANGE OF TERMINI. 

Jan. 17, 1881— The Brooklyn Street Railroad Co.: Changed from Pearl street, at 
the comer of Lorain street, to the public square, in the city of Cleveland. 

April 25, 1881 — The Spring Grove, Avondale and Cincinnati Railway Co. 
Changed from Venice, in Butler county, to Spring Grove Cemetery, in Hamilton 
ooanty. 

Nov. 7, 1881— The Bellaire and Southwestern Railway Co. : Extending line from 
Athens to Cincinnati, Ohio, passing through the counties of Muskingum, Perry, 
Furfield, Hocking, Ross, Highland, Pike, Adams, Brown, Clermont and Hamilton. 

CHANGE OF LOCATION OF PRINCIPAli OFFICE. 

Dee, 81, 1880— The Mahoning Valley Mutual Relief Association : From Niles to 
Toongstown, Ohio. 

Od. 24, 1881— The New York, Pittsburgh and Chicago Railway Co.: Locating 
prindpai office at New Lisbon, Ohio. 

CHAl^QB OF TIME OF ANNUAL MEETING. 

Jon. 27, 1881 — ^tna Iron and Nail Co.: Changing time of holding annual meet- 
ing from the third Saturday in January to the third Saturday in July of each year. 

EXTENSION OF OPERATIONS. 

FdK 16, 1881 — ^The* Champion Iron Fence Co.: To manufacture iron pumps 
easting and forging crestings, hitching posts, brackets, vases, iron railings, etc. 

Feb. 19,1881 — ^The Champion Iron Bridge and Manufacturing Co.: To manufac- 
ture wooden and combination bridges in connection with iron bridges. 

May 26, 1881— The Steubenville, Canton and Cleveland Railway Co.: Certificate 
to borrow money by issuing preferred stock : 

First mortgage bonds issued , $1,080,000 

Second " ** " 720,000 

17 8. 8. 



268 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CITIES AND VILLAGES INCORPORATED, 
And to which Territory has been Annexed, with Date of fiuno Copibs or P 

CEEDINQS AND PlATS, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1880, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1881. 



Date of 

filing 

certificate 



1881. 

Jan. 31 
Feb. 14 
March 1 

1880. 



Name of city 
or village. 



County. 



Upper Sandusky ..! Wyandot . 

Greenville I Darke 

New Paris i Preble. ... 



March 10 I Norwalk. 
• 10 Zaleski .., 



• 1881. 

March 20 

May 16 

July 5 

8 

Aug. 9 

June 8 

May 2 

June 15 

1864. 

March 10 



Huron.. 
Vinton 



Uhrichsville .. 

St. Paris 

St. Clairsville , 
Defiance 



1881. 



July 1 
June 2 
Aug. 12 
Feb. 4 
June 10 
Aug. 25 
29 
30 
4 
24 
21 
7 
9 
11 
14 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Danville.... 
Leesburgh . 
Toronto .... 
Mason 



Tuscarawas . 
Champaign . 

Belmont 

Defiance 



Knox 

Highland . 
JeSerson . 
Warren.... 



Columbus Grove ..' Putnam 



Grand Rapids 

Grehanna 

Dexter City 

Edison 

Temperanceville .. 

Greenville 

Mt Gilead 

New Athens 

Rocky Ridge 

Buckeye City 

Mount Oreb 

Coalton 

Wilkesville 

Dublin 

F'lntersville 



Wood 

Franklin. 
Noble .. .. 
Monroe... 
Belmont.. 

Darke 

Morrow .. 
Harrison.. 
Ottawa ... 

Knox 

Brown 

Jackson .. 
Vinton ... 
Franklin.. 
Hardin ... 



Remarks. 



Annexation. 
Annexation. 
Annexation. 



Advanced to city of 4th gnide 

Idi 
Annexation. 



Annexation. 
Annexation. 
Annexation. 

Annexation and advanced toe 
[of 4th grade, 2d di 
ViUage. 
Annexation. 
Village. 
Annexation. 



See act of March 1, 1881. 



Annexation. 

Vaiage. 

Village. 

Village. 

Village 

Annexation. 

Annexation. 

Annexation. 

Village. 

Village. 

Hamlet. 

Village. • 

Village. 

Village. 

Annexation. 



Commissioners of Deeds for the State of Ohio, 

RESIDING IN OTHER STATES, 



AND 



Commissioners of Deeds for Other States, 

RESIDING IN OHIO. 



260 



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NOVEMBER 15, 1880, TO JANUARY 10, 1881, 

AND 

JANUARY 10, 1881, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1881. 



276 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRET ARY OF STATE. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



Prom November 16, 1880, 



Fr^m Vfhom purcbMsed. 


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148 50 






5e25&4ao 


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AudltorofBtate^.. „„.. 


TO 480 


10 64 


Attorns v-Oen i? roJ ........ ... ........ 


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540 


State Libnrr .'....:,.„,„. 






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48 
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374 40 


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STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



277 



to January 10, 1881. 



1 

.2 


Flat cap. 


1-' 

i 


Folio post. 


1 


Reftms. 


Cost. 


Reamji. 


Cost. 


Reams. 

28 11-24 
100 


Cost. 


' Reams. 


Cost. 

roo3 

342 00 


Reams. 

82196480 
51 


Cost 


84 896-180 
809 


8101 28 
1,778 46 


7 
152 


812 82 
462 08 


852 90 
240 00 


1 

; 11209-480 

100 


8101 25 
357 00 


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89»39&480 


81874 74 


159 


8474 40 


128 11-24 

4 90-480 

1100480 

10 365-480 


8292 90 

18 92 

2 55 

21 82 


111 200480 


8412 03 


83196-480 

10-480 

239-480 

2300-480 


8458 28 
80 10 


*42-486 1 80 33 
1 2M80| 806 


307^80 
2112-480 


81 ii* 
608 


"50-486 " 80 86 
126480; 1 09 


2 07 
804 


. . 


9-480 
1268-480 
4243-480 


08 
4 40 
8 70 


358-480 


1 40 










' 


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22-480 


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24 6. "{10-480 


15 28 




1 30-480 


1 98 


20 66 






4 
440480 


12 44 


















284 










2196-480 


5 60 




























105480 


38 


150480 


55 






















1800-480 


5 11 


53 280480 


162 89 






68 302-480 


267 79 


















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8188 50 ' 20329-480 ! 812 82 


69146480 


8270 55 


19 239480 


86148 



278 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY AOOOUNT-rContinued. 



From Janiwry 10, 1881 , 



From whom purchased. 




"5 

s 

3 

3 


1 
1 

CO 






Double medium. 


1 
1 






Reams. 


1 Cost. 

1 $6,361 76 
D 48,768 71 


Reams. 1 Cost 


Rms. 


Cost. 


Reams. 


Cost, 


In stock Jan 10 1881 


854 
6,289 14-a 


3 273-480 [ $42 88 

1 




39 135-480 $200 75 

30 240-480 162 45 
3$3-480 A7 


H. W. Derby «t€o 


95 


$1,178 00 


Comlv, Francisco & Co 


, 


G. J. Brand & Co., returned; i 
on Hettlement ' 


1 






4 


21 00 


Cleveland Paper Co i 


6 


129 80 












' 




• 


* 


Total 

To whom Issued. 
Executive Department 


7.143 14-20 1 «55,125 47 

1 
1 


9 273-480 


$172 63 


95 


$1,178 00 \ 74 258-480 

1 


9398 87 


Secretary of State 


3 145-480 


$15 61 
72 (A 






Auditor of State ' , 


70 


1868 00 


120-480 


$1 42 


Attomev-Grcneral I 






Treasurer of State i 


:::..v.::::::::l *7::;::: 










Senate . i 












House of Representatives ..i ' 


i 






* 




Supreme Court- , 












Subreme Court Clerk i 










113-480 


3 01 


Adjutant-General ' i „ 


260-i80 


6 25 








Fund ('ommissioners .. . '..... 










Insurance Department 1 i 










10115-480 


57 49 


Railroad Commissioner .. 


50-480 


2 03 







807-480 


3 Ge 


School Commissioner i ; 






State Library.. ' ' 











Law Library i 


' 




250-480 


6 66 


Supreme Court Reporter 


j.. * 


1 




Agricultural Department...! i 


1 




1 




Supervisor Public Printing.: 


60-480 1 1 50 








Mine Inspector | , - 




. 


:::::::::::::::|::::::::::::::::: 




Labor Bureau ' „ 










Board of Stale Charities 1 










Board of Public Works .. i ' 








::"• 


Nevins & Myers 


818 

72 

4,580 


i «5.783 09 

561 60 

85,919 51 










State Bindery 


192-480 1 8 81 





! 




G. J. Brand & Co 




52 


2Ki 06 


Board of Equalization 











Layman Brothers 


1,260 


' 9,828 00 


\ 






1 1 








Total iSKued 


6,730 


$52,092 20 


5 387-480 |$106 85 


70 


$868 00 


63 425-480 


$354 26 






In stock Nov. 15, 1881.. 


418 14 20 ' «3,033 27 


3 366-480 1 $65 78 


25 


$310 00 


10 313-480 


$39 61 



HTATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



279 



to November 15, 1881. 



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C^t. 


g 

U4 


Cost 
3290 81 


Flat letter. 


1 

o 

1 




B 
& 

Reams. 




Reams. 


Reams. 


Reams. 


Cost 

3250 06 
120 00 


Reams. 

4-2 63-480 
130 


Cost. 

3141 48 
471 20 


Cost 


335 419-180 

101 
* 


«1.6Q4 75 
552 52 


96116-480 


107 162-480 
50 


63 437-480 


3396 82 












77 


409 64 










, 

1 
... 1 ._ 














1 




i 








* 






513 449-180 
1 168-480 


$2^566 91 

39 09 

87 22 

2:^ .'J? 

98 

22 

3 25 

7 24 


96116-480 


r290 81 


157 162-480 

4194-480 
18 251-480 
18 379-480 


$370 06 

310 59 

44 54 

45 IJI 


172 63-480 


3612 68 


63 437-480 

50-480 

18276-480 

12 215-480 

1 30-480 

255-480 

5 52-480 

3 

1 40-480 
35-480 
465480 


3396 82 

30 73 
94 96 
87 14 
7 44 


5140^480 

4260-480 

95-480 


2 25i.'436 
2 472-480 


37 19 
9 02 


1463-480 
1 68-480 


•6 72 
3 91 


22-480 






354-480 


i 77 






3 72 


315-480 


2153-480 

3 87-480 

4 119-480 


7 20 
9 75 
12 92 


66-480 
102-480 


64 

76 


35 75 
21 00 
7 50 


1 38-480 


1454-480 
1 20-480 
8 12-480 
5 228-480 
1160-480 

40 367-480 
52-480 

10 265-480 


468 
250 
726 

13 12 
8 15 

87 84 
26 

25 83 








61 


5 4r^(M80 
94-480 


24 72 

97 

115 58 

348 


408-480 


2 til 


1 451-480 


664 


683 


22 84-480 
338-480 


17 382-480 

90-480 

14 ia5-l80 


54 12 

58 

43 41 


185-480 


1 38 


1184-480 
14 330-480 


9 67 
72 OS 




82 179-480 


110 73 








160480 


2 34 


















; 




















255-480 


7 13 


4 310-480 
260-480 

22 200-480 
12 91-480 
lWl-480 

5 274-480 


11 18 
1 30 

53 81 

29 27 
4 12 

13 38 


380480 


'2 72 


1240480 
100480 


10 65 


■■ 




1 46 


9175-480 


49 68 


















1 


100480 

105 480 

2 50 480 


1 46 





1306" 


i'lSMW 
44 


76 
135 87 


, 


1 58 


*> 307-480 




.. 


14 78 











aS"** "* 


*l,4fia"»6" 














235-480 


343 








































■*'** ** 




















m 6M80 


31,741 21 


95 206-480 


3290 56 


153 362 480 


S359 23 


38 464-480 


3133 35 


59 32480 


3382 82 


165383480 


3825 70 


390-480 


30 26 


3118-480 


310 85 


133 89-480 


3479 33 


3 405-480 


314 00 



280 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 

Fwm November 15, 1880> 



From whom pun-haAed. 



B 



B 





Reams. 
1 108^480 


Cost. 


Reams. 
49 474-480 


Cott. 

$814 M 
.'. 


Reamit. 


CO!.t. 


On hand November 15, 1880 

H. W. Derby & Co 


$85 56 


24 


$142 88 


Cleveland Paper Company 

H. C. McClelland <fc Co . 


5 


145 00 







T 

22 


JBMt'iie 


Georce W. Gleaaon ' 




21 20 


J. R. Mills «fe Co ' 




80 80 














Total 


6 10(^480 


$180 55 


' 49 474-480 


$814 94 


97 


$448 14 


Issued to January 10. 1881. 
Exeoutivp Depwrtment... 




Secretarv of State 


ai-'480 
317 


'bS2 
19 07 


80 


89 






Auditorof State 






Attorney-General 


1 








Treastiier of State 


! , 






Senate ~ 






i 1 72-480 
324-480 


722 
424 


12 
82% 


59 83 


House of Representatives 


145-480 


8 78 


155 04 


Supreme Court 




Supreme Court Clerk 






Aojutaqt'General 










H 


4 06 


Fund Commiarioners 






1 







Insn ni-nC? IJepartnipn t 




':::::::zz::. 






1 
I 


5 40 


Railroad Com'mishioner 






1 iaV480 

1 


1 37 


5 04 


School Commissioner 







2 16 


State Library 


:'z:::::z::i;::::::::::::::::: '':::::::"::::::::"":' 




Ij#w Libniry,, -- ,. ,,..■ .,. 1 , ,,., ., 






Supreme C-oiirt Reporter ' ' 1 






Aj^cultural Department i 1 i ! 






Superviiior Public Printing i 


' 1 






Mine Inspector 










Labor Bureau 




j 


.8 


2 70 


Board of State Charities 






1 20-480 


656 


1 85 


Board of Public Works. 


355 480 


21 46 


5 96 


Nevins & Myers 








State Bindery 




::;::;;:::;;;;;::: ;::;::::;:::::::::i::::::::.::::;:;:: 






G. J. Brand & Co 










Board of Equalization 




* * 1 


5H 


28 62 







j 




Total Issued 


1 425-480 


$54 62 


3 71-480 


$19 78 


55K 


$270 14 







STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



281 



to January 10, 1881. 



i 


1 

Reamfl. 1 Cont 

55H i SHilO 
30 1 9000 


S 
1 


1 
1 


Manilla 




Reams ' Cost. 


Reams. 
30 


Cost. 


Reams. 


Cost. 


ReMms. 

10 3 20 


Cost. 


6 


925 20 


S168 65 
58 80 


12 3-5 


$9080 


$101 88 








5 


60 M 




i 1 


10 


23 40 5 24 00 






i 1 






1 


19 


39 90 















Ii 


925 70 95}^ S262 10 


132M. 


$290 75 17 .^-5 $114 80 



16 3 20 $1«2 69 


')! 


6.30 
2 10 


K , 160 


4 1 9 32 i 3 3-'5 27 80 


4-6 5 23 


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2 10 1 i ' S 10 




1 





8>^ 28 85 
28 1 . 8680 


ii i ^' 34 i 2 14 66' 

38H 86 65 ; 3^ 22 75 

1 2 30 1 1-20 1 a5 


1 13 00 




1 13 00 




2 


620 


1-5 2 fa 




14 ."S? 




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3 90 












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2 10 


H 


1 15 






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1 


3 10 










H 660 










K I 2 10 






H 98 






i 










1 ! 




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1 15 
3 92 


34 175 


1-10 


1 80 


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1 




































1 










3 


930 


3 


690 


1 1 700 













8H 


fl4 70 


46 


$142 65 


61M 


$138 28 


10 3-20 


$77 15 


% 


$47 18 



282 



ANNUAL KEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT -Continued. 

Frcm Jaxmary 10, 1881, 



From whom purchaf«d. 



In stock January 10, 1881„.. 

Cleveland Paper Co 

H. W. Derby k Co 

Seibcrt 4: LlUey 

H. C. Mc<*lelland & Co^ 

A. H. Smythe 

Green Joyce «t Co 

Com ly, Francisco &. Co 

George W. Gleason 



Total 

To whom Issued. 






Reamx. 



Cost. 



4 168-480 i 

5 I 
5 11-480 I 



125 93 
130 60 



-I- 



14 174-480 < $345 31 



:i25 480 
2 190-.80 



277 



. I.. 



Executive Department 

Secretary of Slate 

Auditor of State , 

Attorney-General 

Treasurer of State...: 

Senate 

House of Representatives., 

Supreme Court i ! 

Supreme Court «lerk ' 

Adjuiaut-General | 4 250-480 i 

Fund Commiasioners i , 

Insurance Department ! 4 

Railroafl Commissioner , 1 240-480 

School Commissioner i | 

State Library I i 

Law Library 

Supreme Court Reporter i 

Agricultural Department i 

Supervisor Public Printing ! | 

Mine Inspector 

Labor Bureau 

Board of State Charities 

Board of Public Works .... 

Nevlns <fe Myers 

State Binder)' 

G. J. Brand & Co 

Board of Equalization 



19 64 
67 55 



16 74 



1 



Reams. 



46 403-480 



Cost. 



295 16 



46 4U:MS0 



12-480 
2 465-480 
2 210-480 



1295 16 



I 58 
18 74 
15 35 



180-480 



2 38 



290-480 



382 



129 50 



60 87 
43 50 



1 145-480 

15-480 

8 260-480 



8 17 
20 

53 81 



Reams. 



41?^^ 



Cost 



178 0. 



5 
79 
10^ 



186 



1 
7 16-20 



21 



5 44-480 



Total Issued . 



In sti^k November 15, 1881.. 



1 55 480 
1 



155-480 



18 322-480 j $343 80 



332 480 



%\ 50 



144-480 



55-480 



19 174-480 



27 229-480 



$7 02 
6 30 



1 89 



72 



$122 01 



$173 15 



2H 



22 50 
'206 86 
36 50 



»M3 86 



4 16 
38 78 



45 52 
a5S2 
28 57 
20 28 
17 92 



8 16 

7 ?2 

83 08 



4 32 

4 00 



56 



64 808-480 : $270 59 



126 292-480 ; $443 41 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT—Continued. 



283 



to November 15, 1881. 



i 

1 


Reams. 

3DH 


i 

i 

Cost. 
119 45 


1 

Z 


Poet-oflice. 


1 

1 

— ■ Manilla. 




Reams. 


Cost. 
10 50 


Reams. 


Cost. 
152 47 


Reams. 


Cost. 1 

1 


Cost. 


2>i 


71 


7 9-20 


37 65 1 11 2 5 


115 51 










20 


68 01 













16 

155 

68 

6 


33 60 
199 79 

82 95 
8 78 






20 


57 75 


79 


2i»d5 
2 48 


6 


28 80 
1 








28 , 


185 51 


















10 


68 00 
















1 5-6 


30 00 
















22H 


«6S25 


120 


8344 98 


311 
45>| 


1M77 59 

2 34 
9 26 
6 05 
50 
4 «i7 
31 21 
114 10 
14 00 


43 9-20 

48-480 
4 185^80 
2 330-480 


8197 46 

64 1 
23 80 ' 
15 43 


41 7-30 


8331 02 


1-10 


24 


•i 17-70 




5 83 


7 386-480 

2 70-480 

24-48ft 

50-480 

240-480 

1 100-480 

145-480 


25 31 
37 55 


1 




33 


z::::""" :::':::::::::::i :::::::::: 




265 480 


3 10 


70 






21H 
5 


21 00 
65 92 

14 50 


3 30 


^ ' 


1 18 


8 135 480 
360-480 
197 480 
139-480 


34 95 

4 86 1 
2 46 ' 

5 11 : 


7 70 
2 03 






H 


1 18 


4% 


14 52 


4-6 
2 


2 ()8 

50 

1 75 

6 i:. 

4 01 
$ 98 


259-480 
96-480 
1 

240480 

1 240-480 

74-480 


864 
1 35 






i 2 i-io 
1 


5 W 
3 80 
7 41 


120-480 


1 58 ' 

1 


6 60 






3 30 






860-480 


3 9S 


9 90 






81 06 


z:..:::::::::::;;:::::;;:.!:::::::::;::::: 











1 






















3 

146-480 
25-480 


818 10 1 240-480 
1 62 48 


16 80 






1^^ 


82 15 
1 05 


1 


i'96 


66 


1^ 


$1 18 
•2 30 


. 70 


145 
72 


2 l»0 


1 


99 




^ 


2 45 


1 


2 34 

, 16 72 


48-480 
72-480 


' 48 








96 


48 


66 






! 












! 




** "I 








1 


: 


:::::::;:::::::::i:""'::::::::: 


H 


1 18 


; 3 


900 


6 


1 12 93 


1 


96 


1 1 32 






3 MO 


$7 82 


j 51 47M8C 


8154 27 


iw^ 


1 8231 91 


22 ."^-480 


1 8111 77 


18 175-480 


8124 00 


19 4-10 


160 93 


, 68 4-480 

1 


8190 71 


206^ 


' 8245 08 |20 366-480 

1 1 


1 885 69 


19 97-480 


8206 42 



284 



ASS UAL REPORT 8ECRRTART OF STATS. 



STATIONERY AOOOUNT-CoDtinued, 

From November 16, 1880, 



f mm -mhir^a parefajuwd. 



& 
I 



Reams. Cost. Sheetn Cots. 'Bms.; CovU 



Or hmnd N'yrember 15. VSHi . 



1 210-480 $41 40 568 m 14 I 



nao 






Cost. 



Pack-j 

ages.. 

2{Q ! $39 48 





1 2600 2jaOO 5600 

2 54 00 21)00 .Vk 00 




1....- 


1 


1 


J. It Mim^k^^ 


1 " 


1 


H-C. MeCVlUnd A O* 




~^ 






800 


42 00 


H, W. Derby A Co _ 




• 






W. J. Hc«i;ao A Co 




' ' ' 












Total 

Iniied Uj January lo. 1881. 


4 210-480 tlZl 40 
24 fl44 


. 4,568 $122 14 

1 : _. 


6 «!» 


562 


$8148 


Secretary of sftate _ 

Aodiu>r of State 









12 


$1 68 


; 24 1 44 

12 72 

30-480 1 80 

202 1142 

360 19 50 


t ■ 






Atlomey-Oencral - 

Titaaurfer of 8tat4*... , 


1— 







I 

12 

25 

100 

6 




i 68 


8eiiaif ,.,,,.. 








8 50 


Home of Representatives- 








14 00 


9a|Teme Coart 


.^. 






84 


Socyreme r;oiirt Clerk 

AdjataDt-Oeneral - 

FofKl Commimioners - 


50 300 
48-i80 288 


:::::::::::j:::;;;;::;:: 


" 




" "ia" 


Insarance Department - ^. 


' 50 3 00 
'""e 36 






' 




Railrrjarl CommiailoDer ^ 






1 




School Commladoner „,. 








3 


AQ 


State Library 








" 


Law Library - 




Supreme Court Reporter ' ! ' 


1 


Agricultural Department „ 


12 72 




1 1 


8upervi«or of Public Printing 

Mine Inspector 


i "6 '36*" 


; - 




1 


Labor Bureau 


j 




:::::::::i:::;::::z 


Board of State Charities 









( _ . 


Brjard of Public Works 


6 36 




el 84 


NerinA &. Myers » ». 






1 


State Blnderr - '.\ 










O. J. Brand A Ot - 










Board of Equalization 


200 12 00 


j 




12 


1 $6 




1 






Total 


1.090 I&9 00 


' , ; 




188 


$26 82 






In stock January 10, 1881 


2 140-180 f02 40 

1 


4,568 !S122 14 ^ ft 


$120 


394 


$55 16 











STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



285 



to January 10, 1881. 





© 

c 


1 

1 

1 . 

1 




Letter-heads. 


Pencils, black. 


No. 


6 

3 

a 
£ 


Number. 


Cost 


Number. 


Cost 

9170 48 
70 00 


Reams. 

51 7-12 
20 


Cost. 

9343 66 
180 00 


Gross. 


Cost. 


Cost. 


48,825 
31,000 


9138 98 

185 50 
220 


29,500 
10,000 


46 79-144 


9341 91 


266 


918 20 


1,000 






1 










30 




!97 40 






30,000 


62 40 








...••• 




35.000 185 00 26 


184 00 






......... 










' *•* 


110,025 
250 


$339 06 

S 65 
345 
922 


74,500 9425 48 
5,000 935 00 


97 712 
5 


9657 66 
945 00 


76 79-144 


9539 34 


266 918 20 


1,500 


6-12 93 00 


12 1 90 84 
12 84 


21,500 


600 ; '3 50 






1 7-20 








1-12 
112 

10 5 24 
1 


55 

60 

63 75 

74 64 

7 20 


50 > 


1 17 











5^500 18 80 


6,500 81 50 
18,000 76 00 



12Ji 
31>5 


77 62 
215 63 


! 


6,500 18 70 
1,000 2 20 


36 ' 2 62 















12 = 84 
6 42 


[ 










8-12 


1 75 
1 20 












.<i00 1 25 












500 


1 10 
1 10 


;;;zz::;::: 









^ 


1 20 
540 





500 















* ' 




1 





















; 














i 






,^ 


'3*60 

720 

60 








1 








250 


55 


1 







1-12 


.,.,, 




1 










1 


' 


1-12 
1-12 


60 

60 


























1 






j^. 


ji;::::z 










.... 






::::.z:::::: ;::::::::.?!B 













8^ 


990 






2%^ 


16 18 


72 


469 




*"*'**V^ 


*'•'-- 


28,500 


962 99 


24,000 9146 00 


m 


9340 25 


25 37-144 


9185 27 


160 


910 15 


87425 


9276 09 


50,500 ! 9279 48 


48 5-6 r 9317 41 


51 42-144 


9854 07 116 


98 06 



286 



AXKUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF 8TATR. 
STATIONERY ACOOUNT-CSoiitmned. 



Fnm Jwmary 10, 1881, 



• 


1 
\ 

% 

JZ 

X 

u 

1 

ReaiD». 


<'08t. 






i 


Pack-; 
agef. 


1 
! 

i 

C4»l. 




Sheets. 


Cort. 


Siehert «k Liliev 






Geo. W. Gleai^^m 

i*trr»6ridK«- &• '. 

Krtrhf*' Lith<«rapbic Co 

Cleveland Paper Co - 

Cfnlrnl Ohio Paper Hnu^e 

J R- Mill" A Ci> 


'""'Z 2 " 

•J 


::.::;::: 


21 32 


::::::::::::.; 


zzz 


"si" " $4*34 


H. C. Mr<UlI«nd A «'.. 








i. 


i 




802 8285 


Cha«. J. Cohen 
















A. H >nivth«- 












22 $1 91 




W. J. Morjraii A: <'o 






























Total 

To whom imued. 

Exci-iiiive Deprtrtmeut 

8ecretarv«»f State 


6 1 

72 

t 4 

68 

......... 84 


40-480 8129 32 

>132 
462 

4 OS 

•• "5 w" 

! 14 04 
' 18 12 

5 76 

.■■■■'5"28" 

1 1 08 

: HOO 

72 

! 1 44 
. ..^^ 


4,568 ifl22 14 i 

I 
i 

i 


28 $8 11 


1.227 $142 » 
12 ! tl 68 






4 $0 80 


2.1 


2 80 


All'litor ..f stat< 


259 


$7 27 




Atloriit-y-i»e -eral ... 

Treasurer of State 


.* i 


72 
220 


6 72 


8eiiat>>. 


234 

:«>2 








10 (« 


Hoiifwot Repre^ntaiive*. 

Siipr»*iTic < Vjiirt . . 








30 80 








42 1 5 88 


Supreme <'ouri rierk 

Adj'itiii»'-('enera] „ 

FuihI <'ouimi?*iouers 


IS 


2,060 ■ 

317 

12 


"KVoo 

8 72 
33 





10 140 
72 ! 9 54 

2 I 28 


Insuntiifc Department 

Railroad < 'onimibsioner 


.'>o 

. .. 1 i 


5 58 
2 40' 


12 ! 1 68 

12 ] 68 


8(;h<Mil (■ommis«'ion**r 


24 

24 




. . 


2 ! 28 


StHte Library 

Law Library 






-..• 










12 ■ i 68 


Supreme Court Reportt'r ... i ' : 




Agrictiltuml Department 

8iij>erviKor of Public Printing 


24 

96 




V4 

108 














4 52 




Mine Inspector ;. 

Labor Bureau 


12 

6 






6 1 84 


•**^ 




.*" ' 




Board of Stale Charities 


'24 


125 


344 






12 ' i 08 


Board of Public Works 


. . 18 




36 1 5 (M 


Ne%'inx «t Mvers 












Slate Bindery . 




' 


G. J. Brand <t Co 




i 


Board of Exiualization 


177 




10 62 








102 


14 28 










Total issued 


3 


66-480 


S90 36 


2,713 


$74 76 


15 $2 30 


692 


^ $96 34 








In stfK-k November 15. 18M1 


2 454-480 


838 96 


1355 


$47 38 


13 $0 81 


535 


$46 01 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



287 



to November 15, 1881. 



i 

a 

i 

> 


Envelopes official. 




1 

2 


Pencils, black. 


No. 


c 

1 

1 

s 

Cost. 




Namber. 


Cx«t. 


Number. 


(•est. 


Reams. 


Cost. 


Gross. 
^M2 


Cost. 








$8 00 

75 




























10 
16 


$85 00 
96 00 






13,000 


iw7 rio 












1 












1 










1 






] 















101;25O 1 f2ii0 82 
21000 56 00 










65 


485 10 


•24 


$1 68 


23,750 


193 95 


35K 


338 70 






27,000 78 79 
300 4 50 
















25 3^12 


177 75 








19,500 


157 50 


74 


585 50 






... 













2S6,675 

l;250 
4.175 
1750 


$675 70 

93 '23 
18 18 

4 "^i 


106,750 

12,750 
3.307 


$718 43 

$112 95 
21 15 




1843^ 

30V| 
14 


$1,422 61 

$2% 20 
28 50 
115 00 


141 114-144 

79-144 
2 31-144 
2 9-144 

72-144 


$1,020 67 

$5 33 

•22 79 

17 12 

A 80 


139 

6 

4 


$9 73 

$0 42 
28 


250 1 52 


::::::::::zj :::":::::::: 


1 

12 
24 

48 


07 


LOUO 


367 
42 64 
53 88 
12 28 

4 50 

14 77 

98 










117-144 i 12 89 


84 


13^ 
19,175 
8,750 


5.000 
17400 
7,000 


32 00 
113 &5 
63 50 


5 


48 02 
148 6S 
90 00 


4 4-144 
51 138-144 
4 

1 108-144 
1 19-144 

15-144 
132-144 

91-144 
3 
1 61-144 

12-144 


69 98 

385 50 

26.39 

11 53 

15 44 

1 87 

17 95 

672 

1 41 

9 77 

55 


1 68 
8 36 


300 






M74 

."iOO 


5,000 


40 00 


24 


226 00 


1 


07 


1450 


533 

^ 8 81 

4 2S 


15,000 1 111 00 






3 
8 
4 

1 


21 


l;250 










56 


1,250 


3,000 


16 50 






28 




2 


16 00 


07 


750 


1 56 














18,250 


42 72 

17 88 










1 18-144 

1 42144 

43-144 

13-144 

26-144 

1 47-144 


16*43 
11 67 
4 73 


6 


42 


t>jlM)U 


4,000 


26 50 


5 


42 50 




2,250 4 68 






6,000 i 25 00 


7,000 


54 50 






99 
1 98 
13 65 










'^ 


7 00 
2 40 




** 


11.75U 


41 75 


1 
























1 






























93U0 


JO 5S 1.000 


:t Si) 






3 48-144 


20 67 


















109424 $325 8J ^ 80^67 1 $586 95 


1173/8 


$1,020 31 


79 19-144 


«672 12 1 118 


$8 26 


125451 8319 80 

1 


25493 «181 48 675-24 


$402 30 


62 95144 


S348 55 


21 


$147 



288 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF Si ATE. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



From November 15, iadO» 



From whom purchased. 

\ 


Gros«. 

13654 

75 
50 
10 


CO 

Cost. 

$105 IK 

! 52 75 
1 &> 00 
1 600 






1 


No. 

35 

9 


c 

r 






D02 

6 

5 
5 


ens. 


Coat. 

$47 79 

8180 
32 50 


Coat. 


On hand November 15 

H C McClelland & Co 


11-12 


$21 38 
7 56 


J. R. Mills & Co 

Miller Green <fc Ji»vcc 




Geo, W. Gleason 














JatnoH Mallett ' ' i 




















Total 

To whom itftued. 
Executive Department 


'm% 


$197 9;? 
j 


lOlMi 


$112 09 


.4 


1 
1 


128 94 


Secretary of Slate 


5 


; $490 





4 12 


$2 68 


' 




$3 71 


Auditorof State 


I 00 


Attorney-General 




1 










Trea.«!tirer of State 

















, 


Senate 


29 
38 

I 


' IH 81 
1 22 44 
, 60 


3 012 


22 65 
54 26 


12 



11 04 


House of Representatives....' 


6 06 


Supreme Court 




^iinrenie ('ourt Clerk 








Adiutant-General 


7 


' 564 

1 















Fund Commissioners 




TnMurauce Deoartment 


1 




Railroad Commissioner 


1 
3 


' 08 
' 2 38 
1 


1 1 , 


School Commissioner . 




2-12 


1 08 








State Librarv 




1 


*'"* 


Law Library 




1 


Supreme Court Reporter 


' 1 


::::::::| 


Asnrlcultural Department 


1 




Super\'lsor Public Printing 


1 


1 1 50 




MInp InsDoctor 




T^abor Bureau ' 


1 1 1 •**•*•• 


Board of State Charities 


1 


1 1 00 





Board ot Public Works 


::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i::::::;:::::i::""""" 


firkord of Eaualization 


1*5 


H 81 








1 


1 


1 00 













Total issued 


101 


1 $6627 


12 


1-ia 


t80 6- 


24 


1 


$22 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



289 



to January lOf 1881. 



i. 

3 




1 

1 


{3 




2 


2 

.if 


1 
1 


Ink, carmine. 




Xo. Coftt. 


No. 
28 


Cost. 


1 
No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


Bottles. 

209 

SO 
72 


C08t. 


Bottles. 


C08t. 




S14 30 


114 ' 

144 
72 


S28 50 

33 12 
18 00 


521 ' 


S102 40 


$95 03 

17 28 
36 00 


254 


$65 28 


I $3 75 


COO ■ 106 98 
21G 48 40 










1 








^ 




1 2 70 




::::::::::;::::!:::;::::::::::::::::;:::. 


1 






13 00 




: 1 .!.:.:: .:|.:;::.::.::.i.::;::::::::::: 












1 1 1 ' 








4 S19 45 

1 §8 CO 


28 


suoo 


330 ■ 


«79 62 


1,3«7 l$257 bQ 
1 
1 


317 

a 

i' 

! ,1; 

6 
2 


$148 31 

8 51 

56 

1 35 
50 

2 95 
5 00 

•20 90 
300 
300 
1 00 


254 


$05 28 


4 3 75 






Z".'Z... 




ii : a 7.) 


1 
6 


$ 20 


1 5 00 






1 


$2o 


1 20 








1 : 




1 








; 15 1 3 24 
1 1»2 1 a4 5«i 
' 505 102 41 


1 
12 
24 


20 


I 


C 




S3 30 


i 48 
' I'M 

\ 


10 5ti 
32 72 


2 40 


1 


4 80 




















....... 




1 i 


17 

.H5 









1 1 




! 6 


1 20 




j 




1 




1 ...' 




1 


2 70 








1 ;'■■■;' .:.. 


: 2 


90 











, 




1. 1 


















! 2 

i ' 


1 tX) 
50 


1 












i 


i . 




1 




1 1 ;.. 






1 






1... ...i; ;. 


' 1 
j 1 


45 

50 








::::::::::: 






1 !' 










f 






IZZZZ 


, 








1 




1 17 


1 

1 1 
1 

s 


45 

50 

07 

1 00 

360 






1 










1 




! 








::;::;;; 


1 


I 




1 . ,. 










1 


I 










48 


12 00 


CO 


9 48 


t * 


1 SO 










4 S19 45 


22 


fll 00 


231 


$55 53 


790 


$152 03 


113 


$54 33 


54 


S10 80 



19 



•-.s. 



290 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT-Continued. 



From Jantiary 10, 188 



From whom purchased. 



In stock January 10, 1881 . 

H. C. McrilclUnd & Co 

Lyon & Patterson 

A. H.Hmythe 

SiebertA Lilley 

Kilbonrne, Jonee & Co 

Short & Fornian 

Geo. VV. Gleason 

F. A. & L Lnsquereux 

Slebert & Lilley 

Elliott Jona* 



Total- 



is 

99 



Gross. CJost. 



177 
50 
95 
41 



$181 66 
1A2 59 
C2 50 
79 57 
40 00 



5 
Dozens. Cost. 



4 10-12 
5 




To whom issued. 

Executive Department 

Secretary of State 

Auditor of State 

Attorney-General 

Treasurer of Slate ~ 

Senate 

House of Representatives 

Supreme Court 

Supreme Cc»urt Clerk 

AdjutHnt-General 

Fund ('ommissioners 

Insur.ince Department j 12 

Railroad Commissioner 5 

Schof»l Coramtssioufr 2 

State Library ! 7 

Law Library 

Supreme Court Reporter 

Agricultural Department 

Supervisor Public Priming 

Mine Inspector 

Labor Bureau 

Board of State Charities 

Board of Public Works ~ 

Board of Equalization „ 

Total Issued 

In stock November 15, 1881 



9446 32 



1 44 

Ifi 6*1 

1 89 
7 67 

36 60 
07 62 
35 98 

2 40 
18 04 



9 10-12 



4-12 



7 67 
3 16 
1 20 
9 10 



612 
3 4-12 



Si 

No. I Cost. 



$31 42 
26 59 



958 01 



!20 



3 24 
22 00 



2 12 



2-12 



1 10 I 



4 59 
2 51 
2 74 
1 97 



820 



21^ 



62 
52 



8-12 



9243 98 



5 4-12 



9202 84 



4 6-12 



4 40 



20 



94 



934 02 



43 



923 99 



961 
42 ( 



1 I 



STiOC 



1 f 



1 e 

3 a 

1 6 
4 

^ 
1 1 
1 6 



9230 



51 I 926 9 



STATIONBRY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



291 



) NdKxmher 16, 1881. 



1 

o 


E 

0) 

2 

1 


1 

s 

1 
1 ■ 


, 


M 

C 


6 
a 

g 

d 


Ko.; 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


Bottles. 

204 
2>5 


Cost. 

^93 98 
98 77 


Bottles. 


Cost. 






»^ 


. $24 09 


577 
482 


$105 2:i 
49 Oj 


200 


$54 43 


7 isr? 20 






















3 


925 










aii 


7 90 


21 


14 00 




























6 


8 25 


12 


G 00 
















6 
2 


2 00 
1 20 


144 


28 SO 


1 


600 
200 
860 
300 








i 






1 

















1 








1 


j 


1 • 


1 












j 




. .. 










1 


14 


160 96 


22 


$11 00 


105 

2 
5 


$32.34 

50 
1 22 


1,057 


1169 i:J 


m 

10 
4 
11 


S2oy uo' 

5 10 
200 

^^ FA) 


Ml 

12 
H 

1 
4 


$8.] 23 
2 40 


4 


15 75 
600 


2 


1 10 


17 
4 

8 
12 
2 
57 
53 
1 
4 
G 
15 
1 
7 


■402 
2 58 

1 .>•> 

2 04 
34 

12 97 

685 

17 

68 

1 02 

2 19 
17 

1 19 


220 
1 40 












(i : :j ( 
8 . :'•'"' 


"M 


1 


850 










ftii 




l^ 


65 


i 

8 

1 


25 
75 

25 


13 

:j8 
n ' 
•> 

11 
1 
11 


a 50 

19 00 
G 44 

1 00 
5 50 

50 
5 CO 

25 
150 

2 20 


7 : 1 40 

01 6 20 

- 40 




*** 


•/ 







■■"2"75*" 


3 

1 


1 35 
55 


2 


50 


•J4 4 80 


1 


1 
8 
2 


25 

9 75 

50 


3 60 








I 20 


4 : u'iFi 


1 . 


55 


4 




1 


200 


1 










1 




. 










...... ....|......... 
















1 
2 


65 
1 10 






2 
5 
1 
1 
3 
4 
12 


34 
85 
17 
17 

108 
68 

204 


7 
1 
3 
1 
1 

10 
6 


350 
59 

1 44 
50 
50 

5 00 

300 


2 


40 








40 


I . 3JiO 








1 


300 








j 














1 
3 

1 


20 




-1 











60 
'>0 














14 


150 95 


11 


$6 76 


25 


$13 97 


226 


$41 10 


164 


$82 39 


112 


$22 40 




i '^ 


S5 26 


80 


$18 37 


832 


$128 03 


327 


$127 50 


232 


$60 83 



•292 



ANNUAL REPORT SRCRKTaRY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT-Continucd. 

From November 16, 1( 



From \\hfiKi fMirohased. 



I 



t 

I 

1 

e 

I 





Bottles. 


Cost. 

138 40 

32 56 
43 20 


Pints. 


Cost. 


No.l 
86| 


Co" 


On hnnd N(>vemberl5, 1880 


233 

288 
432 


H^ 


J R Mills <\; Co 




'. . J 




(!has. Huston 


17 


86 75 


'"sKs"; 




Kilbourno. .Foil' ?» «!t Co 


<xir 


H (•- Mcriellnni (!k Co 


1 


1 




J MoEvov 1 


' 


, 








' 


Total 

To whom Issued. 
Executive Dcpanment 


953 

1^ 


S114 16 

«1 00 
3 80 
G 00 


17 


86 75 j 


1 
1 

6 . 

i* 

150 

l\b 1 

16 1 


$SH 


Secretary of Siuic 


2 


"yw^'b 


* 


Auditor of .State 




Attoriu*v-(Teneral 




'l'r**afeurer of &ime 


12 
97 
362 


1 25 

• 12 47 

30 80 






senate 






H 


Hou>u oi Ki'ptv>euiative.>» 

Supreme Conn 






13 






1 










Adfjutaut-'^en- ral 


"*• 




3 




Fund Co niniiss loners .... 


1 






lu^urance Depurtmenl 










Itnilroad Commissioner 






1 




>f'hool Commisbiouer 


5 


2 50 






l 




j^tate Library 


1 






Law Library 








siinrpmp (^ourt ReDorter 




i 


Aizrionlturfll DeD&rtment . . 


1 




^opervisor Public Printing 


1 


50 
36 







Mnic Inspector- 






1 




L:ibor Bureau 








Hoard of State Charities 






Board of Public Works 






Board of Equalization .* 


48 


598 







51 


•> 










Total Issued 


.V)6 


$78 66 


3 


SI 50 


480 


f>> 






In stock January 10, 1881 


397 


$40 50 


14 


85 25 


124, 


«T 





STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOU NT-Continued. 



293 



) Janmry 10, 1881. 



■ i 1 

1 1 

a £ 


1 

c 


Letter bookp. 


Commiss'ii heads. 
Brooms, carpet. 


Xo. 


Cost. 


No. 

79 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 
$95 41 


No. 

16 
4 


Cost. 


No. ! Cost. 


No. 1 Cost. 


219 
96 


$52 25 
12 00 


$62 55 
37 50 


3,484 


$28 60 
9 .'iO 


1.277 $76 62 

1 
1 


6 $1 CO 












1 


24 6(» 










1 i::::: 


216 


25 92 : 192 ^ 96 00 


1,440 


27 50 


18 i 26 40 


1 












60 1 15 ai 




' 









531 
1 


$90 17 
1.^ 


372 
1 


$196 05 
SO GO 


4,924 


$122 91 


38 


$64 50 


1,277 ' $76 62 90 
248 $14 88 *> 


IJ23 00 
JO TjO 






16 
72 
12 
72 
366 
1,440 
24 


$1 '30 

1 37 

30 

1 37 

7 88 

27 50 

60 









1 


•>r. 




2 $3 50 




6 1 50 


1 . 13 




2 7 50 









79 


15 ftO 48 ; 25 00 
m 89 ; 1M) . <u A5 







6 1 1 .M) 


186 


1 1 1 50 




6 1 50 






12 6 25 


1 


150 
















— ; 1 


6 


1 6U 








24 6 50 


■ 






.'.".'..j ;; ;; ; 




; 1 1 ' 






1 


1 An 






■ ; 


12 
12 


30 
30 


1 i 40 


: 1 


\ 


24 


300 
25 


. 


1 




1 


\ 








, 












::::::.::.;::: 


1 










1 




1 




1 * ! 










1 


75 


1 


1 .50 






1 










1 




:;''i 1 








1 




! 1 






1 


1 




1 1 










40 


10 00 ; 48 1 27 80 


78 


1 r.0 






j 


2 1 50 








, 




333 


f60 65 j 289 1 «151 80 


2.U6 


$45 52 


8 


$16 90 


248 I $14 88 


47 : $12 25 


196 


129 52 


83 1 $41 75 


2,808 


$77 39 


30 


$47 60 


1,029 


$61 74 


43 1 $10 75 



294 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOU NT—Continued. 



From January 10, 1881, 



From whom purchased. 



H. r. MeCk'lland «fc Co 

\A. H.Smythe 

<:ha9. Hnf>ton 

Kiiriourne, Jones & Co 
«let>erl&Llllfy 
Columbus Rubber Co 
J. R. Mills & Co. 

J. McEvoy 

American Bank NoipC^ 
Kreb«i Lithr)Kmph1ng Co 
W. J. Morgan & < 'o 



Total . 




Executive Department. 
Secretary of Starte 
Auditor of State- 
Attorney -General 
Treasurer of State 

Sen ite 

House of Repri'sentatives 
Supreme Court 
Hunreme Court Clerk 
Adjutant General 
Fund Commissioners 
Insurance Department, 
RnilrOMd Commissioner 
School Commissioner 
State Library 
Law Library 
Supreme Court Reporter 
ARrlculiural D-partment 
Supervisor Public Prlntin; 
Mine Inspector, 
Labor Bureau .. 
Board of State Charities. 
Board of Public Works. 
Board of E^iutillzation 

Total issued 

In stock November 15, l.s81... 



966 62 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



295 



to November 15, 1881. 





Co«t. 

S28 29 
62 28 


1 

(NO. 

1 




c 


HQ 

1 

U 


I 

! 
i 


OS 

5 
1 

Cost. 


t 
No. 


i 

pa 
Cost. 


.VO. 


Cost. 


No. 

78 
217 


Co««t. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


315 




«18 25 
15 18 






47 


i 


1 


S.3 00 


: 






' 1 


1 1 




. i " ' ' 1 










1 




2 


2 75 


' 










•:::"i 






23 


4 14 






1 


1 






I 


21 j 58 05 










' ' '• i 




72 


918 00 




:::::::::::;::" i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::::::::::;::. 


1 


5/XH) fSStH) 00 






; 1 


1 


300 
l.OCO 


13 50 
80 00 











"".'*".". 


1 


i 






1 


562 


$122 &t 


83 . $41 75 

1 ?0 50 
1 60 


3,120 $114 96 


55 


9110 65 


7,329 
5 171 


9455 24 


115 928 75 

4 91 OO 
1 50 


7 


$2 10* 

12 

3 12 

5 75 


53 j 92 14 ; 


5 



1 


S9 74 
12 20 
1 85 
1 40 


* j -- -^ ->' 


1 




6 1 50 


3 




28 1 82 

475 11 11 
156 6 3'> 
142 7 96 ' 

72 1 ^0 1 

28 :; 43 1 




1 : 25 


4 




1 


1 1 25 






i::::;: 


2 1 50 


49 


6 85 
9 24 

7 19 

1 13 

2 25 

3 87 
2 59 


31 16 70 
1 60 








14 ■ 3 50 


K 






1 


2 50 


17 










1 




1 


1 40 


1,000 1 80 00 


26 1 6 50 


1 






4 


3 i '50 


49 ! 5 65 

1 1 -22 
3 08 ' 
31 92 W 


7 

I 
2 


ior>8 

1 M 
.'] 15 




" i i 25 


3 


1 






31 180 
4, 9200 


300 


13 50 


3 1 80 


7 


80 84 


2 1 ^ ^ Mi 




1 


91 85 








^ 






' 


1 




1 




6 


72 
2.*i0 
1 81 
1 81 

50 
457 
4 56 


3 j 160 


72 1 3 00 ' 
37 8 26 j 
2 2 40 
6 1 32 




1 1 







1 1 40 






1 
1 


25 


1 








«> 


1 


1 

1 


50 
60 


* i 











1 


1 










i 


22 'l *6i , 


I 1 1 85 






2 


50 


15 


14 


7 38 


1.5S 


4 a-,) 










1 










m 


960 52 


63 


933 78 


1.351 


$64 73 1 


27 S47 .54 


6,471 


9403 76 


72 


918 03 


m 


962 32 


20 


97 97 


1,775 


950 23 


28 i 


S63 11 


858 


951 48 


43 


910 70 



296 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 

From November 15, 1880, 



From whom i>urclifu»ed. 



No. 



Oil hAnd November 15, ISSC 



Chfls. Huston 

Miller, Greene & Joyce . 

J. M. Westwnter 

Kiltx)urne, Jones & Co.. 



Total . 



To whom issued. 



Executive Department 

Secretary of StHte 

Auditor of State 

Attorney-General 

Treasurer of State 

Senate 

House of Representaiive^.... 

Supreme Oourt 

Supreme Court Clerk 

Adju tan (-General 

Fund Commissioners * 

Insurance Department 

Railroad Commissioner 

School Commissionpf 

State Library 

Law Library 

Supreme Court Reporter 

Agriculturul Department .... 
Supervisor Public Printin-^ . 

Mine In.spector 

Labor Bureau 

Board of Ptate Charities 

Board of Public Works 

Board of Equalization 



ToUl issued 

In stock January 10. IS^l . 



Cost. 



92 7b 
792 



910 67 



1 76 

2 61 



25 



No. Cost. 



66 



38 



85 25 
60 00 



165 25 



$4 00 
500 



37 25 



'<ib 



22 

25 

1 50 



33 



' 59 



00 



No. Cost. 



109 



109 



16 



111 97 



fll 517 



fl &i 



S6 
16 



401 
1 76 



66 



50 



13 08 I IC 



1 00 
200 



149 25 74 



98 12 



$16 00 I 



S3 85 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



297 



to January 10, 1881. 



t 


c 

s. 


Rubber bands. 


; 

No. 

.. .. 


reamer ansiers. 




1 

be 

s 

& 


1 


i 

s 


Chamois skins. 


No. ' Co«t. 


Gross.; Cost. 


Cost. 


No. 
13 


Cost. 


No. 


cost. 


No. 


Cost. 
$44 00 


r 


$17 75 


249%! $134 6694 


14 
6 


$53 00 

,1 
21 00 


$9 75 


a4 

18 


$12 18 
18 90 


44 

32 




126 1 15 12 













12 


48 00 






1 
12 


50 
5 52 


j 










1 




1 ! " 








1 


71 $17 75 

1 


»7% 

16 
1 
8 


$149 7^ 

$4 68 

90 

689 


32 
1 


$122 00 
$4 00 


13 


$9 75 


65 


$37 10 


76 $76 00 

I 


... 






7 
1 


$2 65 
50 


2 j $2 So 




2 


8 00 








1 







1 


1 




















12 


$3 00 
200 


38 19 56 
74 17 35 


2 

7 


800 
28 00 






8 
15 


200 
805 


3 
5 


3 00 


s 






5 00 










... 




i 3<« 




::z:;:z:: ::::::::: 








"**' **■ 




** 


7 


28 00 


.. . 




11 


10 30 


24 


24 00 


1 


























1 


40 











5 1 1 86 
















__ 


2 1 85 



















r 




::::;::;::::::: 






1 


54 


1 




1 , 










i;:":*'*:"!!!.' 




1 








1 


1 






1 








. [ 


. 


1 


i 


4 00 










1 *" 




1 













1 


.. . 1 




1 1 . . 








1 


1 


2 1 bO 
1 9 
12 7 89 


*" 1 




1 


' i'25 


:""::.] 




i i 4 do 

2 ' 8 00 














1 


20 


2 ' 2*00 


i 








20 $5 00 


163 $64 84 


23 1 $92 00 I 13 


$9 75 


• 46 


$25 89 


36 ! S8(i 00 


51 1 $12 75 


212%! $84 94% 


9 


830 00 1 13 


»75 


19 


$11 21 


40 


$40 00 



298 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF gTATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



From January 10, 1881, 



From whom purchafied. 


1 
1 

1 
I 

No. 

24 
24 


if 
Cost. 


i 

CO 


"5 
S 

1 




No. 


Cost. 


No. 


OiSt 


J. McEvoy .,... 


SI 60 
4 50 








Chas. Huston ^ 

J. R. Mills & Co 


no 


188 80 


173 


r22 30 


Greene, Joyce 4c Co 












A. H. Smythe « 














Kilbourne, Jones & Co ^ 
























Total 

To whom issued. 
Executive Department > ...., 


62 


$12 38 


126 

3 

12 

2 

1 

9 

12 

10 

8 

1 

26 


«104 80 

$3 no 
12 00 
200 
1 00 
900 
12 00 
10 00 
800 
1 00 
15 87 


208 


926 15 


Secretary of State. 


3 
6 


S 60 

1^20 


9 
12 

1 
18 

1 
•» 

2 
3 
6 


SI 19 


Auditor of State 


1 80 


Attomoy-General 


15 


Treasurer of Slate 

Senate..., 


9 
5 
11 


1 80 

1 10 

2 82 


2 70 
15 


House of Representatives 


30 


6ii)>reme Court 


30 


Snpren o Court Clerk 






45 


Adjutant-General 


2 


40 


90 


Fund CommiHslouers „ 




Insurance Department „ 

Railroad Commissioner 


2 


40 


4 


400 


6 


M 


School Commissioner ,.,, 






2 
5 


2 06 
500 


10 


1 45 


State Library ., 






60 


IjAw Library' 






1 80 
1 W 


bupreme Court Reporter 






... 






Agricultural Department, .....,,..., , 






i 

8 
2 


1 00 
800 

2 00 







S uoer visor of Public Printiiiff 






5 
3 


75 


Mine Inspector ,. ,,.....,., 




.,...%.... 


45 


Labor Bureati 


1 


20 




Board of State Charities , 










Board of Public Works 


2 




*o 


1 
2 


1 00 

2 00 


f 


45 


Board of GQualization . 












Total Issued ^ 


41 


9K42 


104 


993 87 


102 


tl5 09 


In stock NoN'ember 15, 1881 • 


21 


93 96 


22 


111 43 


106 


Sll 06 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



299 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT-Continued. 



10 November 15, 1881. 



5 

1 

02 


Rubber bands. 


Feather dusters. 

j 


No. 

1 


4 

1 

1 

c ■ 
0. 

a 

Cost. 


No. 


Brushes. 

1 


No. 


Chamois skins. 


No. 1 


Co«t JGroas. C«ogt 

1 1 


No. Cost. 

1 I 


Cost. 


Cost. 


i 














20 1 $6000 


















24 .«21 60 

72 9 72 

2A4 172 00 


1 
















:::::":::::t::::::"::::t::::::: 
















72 


131 10 






[ 


60 


$18 00 










78 


$22 63 




; 




1 








51 
" 7 




$12 75 


572^1 $288 26% 

2H' 92 01 
11 1 6 72 


101 • S221 10 

I 

1 $8 00 

2 1 8 00 
2 7 00 


13 


$9 75 


97 


833 84 


100 


$.'>8 00 




*1 75 






5 


$e 19 


7 
4 


$6 m 






7 
4 
4 

8 


1 50 
282 
3 50 

14 66 
27 41 
939 

2 28 
8 44 







2 60 


1 


25 
25 






1 
4 

6 
11 
3 


65 
238 

1 20 

2 0:> 
1 50 




1 


2 1 6 00 
1 ' 400 
1 , 300 


1 


$ 75 


4 

1 
6 

3 


4 00 
1 (M) 


9 


50 
50 


j 


00 


U 


i 


6 00 









1 30 


1 


21 


2 7 60 
i 




27 

1 


i2 '41 

54 


2 30 












::::::::::: 


8K 


8 M 


2 1 700 
1 400 
1 350 
5 1 15 50 




5 


4 90 






4 ' 3 48 
1 12 










2 i 


50 




3 

8 


1 05 
256 


1 
5 


1 00 


2' 


50 iK| 2 55 


1 


2 20 








' 1 :.! 














! 


1 




1 
8 
8 

8 
20 
4 


86 
607 
2 70 

70 
1 94 
5 31 
I 50 














1 

4 


30 


2| 


50 


2 


700 


1 


75 


2 


1 00 


400 


1 


1 












:;::::;:::::::: ::::::::: 






1 












1 
3 

1 


1 00 


1 . 


25 1 


1 4 00 






i 

2I 


15 
40 


2 30 






2 


700 






1 00 












30 


$5 00 ; 2C6 


$177 45 


25 


$86 00 


2 


$1 50 


74 


$28 08 ; 


54 


$45 60 


31 


«7 75 j 80t% 


8110 81% 


76 


$135 10 


11 


$8 25 


23 


$:3 76 1 


46 


$12 40 



goo 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Ck)ntmued. 

From November 16, 1880, 



I 



From wt)om purcbaued. 



On hind Novcmbc^r 15. 18S0 . 



t'h"*». HnMon 

MitU-r, Ort^eii ik Ji^m^.,., 
J, SI. Jt W. WestwftU^r..... 

J. R. Millie .t Co....,..,,. 

K. C. MfCjdlflnd & Og... 

Geo \V, UIvoNon 

Ktlbuunie, Jonen «£ C^.. 



Tomi .. 



Tn Afhom tiHUcd, 



CHke*. 



3E7U 



706 
119 



EiPCAitive liepnrtmeiit^. ^ 

fiqi^ivlJiry ol gtfttLv„. „,„ 

AiiilHor of Srate..*.,...*..,,...^.,... 
AiiDnieyOetiemL. .*.,.... ..,„,„, 

Trea*-ui<sr of Stale >.*.»».. ».»..«.. 

8«n«ite * ...,.,...., 

H^ju^e ot atipTewnt«iJva......H 

Su|'J'*'^e I'ourt.,,... ...„„.. . 

Hitjjrenio Court Cli-rk .***►„„.... 

AiTjulaul UtMit.^rHl.....^ .,,.. 

Fuml I'fUiiniliwiHnem......^^. 

Insuninr*^ Df^'HrT^t^nt .«.. 

R*JlpoAt1 Commls&iuner .„...t.» 

^htHil C<immi!tsicnifir... ..«, 

aiAie Ubrary.... .., 

Lft w Li bm ry . H * . ****. * ^v,.** .**« ► ..... 
S(J|>remc (^oiirt Ruporter.^^ „ 
Agric II It u fa I 1>€ ptrtmont .„... 
Htir*pn'iHOr PiiblSc Prtnltng.... 

MJtie I n*|>e<!tqp. „..„ ,„., 

LA^.lOT- Biirotm »^..„. ........... 

BOttrd of Stilt t Ch&htiefl 

B^mrd of Publlp WotkM...,....,,.. 
Bnard ol ErjuallzAition^ 



TotillssueJ.. 



]u ALock jATiuary 10. lliSl , 



1^1 



24 
4 
12 

les 

12 

12 



Odit. 



IB4 7S 

moo 

1&82 






Box«, 

lis 

Sflfl 



Ctet. 



J! 

B 

a 



No. 



«ias 1 



S2 m .„ , ..,:. , 



::i:: 



iCMft U , W8 



1»44 
«00 
l«l 
>00 

42 or 
soo 

BOO 
SOP 

soo 



1 so 
too 



Jif 



61« 



475 



3do 



112 
lU 



12 



SOO 
300 



I14S 48 , 361 



9100 66 I 



ISD 



$11 ei 



1139 



408 






•I Oil ■ 
200 
1 00 
1 00 

aoo 

i^ 00 
1 00 



1 CO 



100 



•&ST 



6 ' 

10 ' 



1 02 
1 70 



1 DO 
1 00 



«30 3S 



tiifis 



20 



11 



•3 50 



ll S7 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT—Continued. 



301 



to January 10, 1881. 






G 






No. 



Cost. 



16,750 



^ 93 



Boxes. : Cost. 
19 I $4 80 , 



No. 
105 



Cost. 
S29 25 ! 



|No.j 



Cost. 

rroo 



No. 
138 



Cosrt. 



873 80 






No. 



Cost. 
$15 10 



..I.. 



9,000 



•J3 • 



6 , 15 00 

1 I 12 

2 3 80 



7« I 22 62 
GO m 80 



•r),750 So3 68 



19 W SO ; 105 S29 2> 



110 I '28 00 



12 ! 1(20 72 ' 276 ! $112 72 I 1? 



Hi 10 



50 



•20 



5i)00 

""m 



K 6U 
18 



1 23 



y2 51 ' 2(; 00 

; 72 I 24 no 

t '^ ' 2 25 



954 
18 



2 C2 
420 



lOU 
UK) 

COIIU 

J9,750 



18 
18 ! 



1 
3 



«10 43 I 
$43 25 



18 



$ 23 

$1 57 



$2 25 I 
$27 00 



2.5U 
G 30 



$11 72 
$15 00 



43 



21 50 i 



169 I $74 a5 



12 



:>i% 



107 



$38 67 I 124>^ 



2 40 



2 80 
$12 92 



$30 18 



302 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
STATIONERY ACCOU NT-Continued. 



From January 10, 1881, 



From whom purchased. 


I 

i 

1 
1 


1 


Matches. 


1 

1 

1 

i No. 

1 


1 

a 

3 




i Cakes. 
' 1,212 

1 2772 


Cost. 


Boxes. 


Cost. 
$72 00 


Cost. 


Chas. Huston 


S2r>i 80 
418 34 


864 




H. C. McClelland <fe Co 


i 




Siebert & Lllley , 


1,440 


87 00 


1 




J. M. & W West water 




! 48 


96 06 


Kilboume, Jones & C'o 










A H Rmvthe 




, 






Geo. W. Gleason 






' 






' . 










Total 


'; 4,459 


•734 80 

6 00 
29 55 
16 84 

150 
16 50 
45 75 
99 29 
14 50 

2 52 
28 07 


2,448 

72 
120 
60 
12 
48 
134 
886 
65 
24 
72 


1170 58 

5 73 
9 73 
500 
1 00 
873 

11 17 

28 00 

500 

1 78 

6 78 


59 


t7 95 


To whom issued. 

Expcutive Department 

Secretary of State 


1 

1 

1 

, 24 

' 129 


68 
51 


Anditor of State 


1 72 




Attorney-General 


' 6 






Treasurer of State 


66 


'..'..'..'.. 




Senate ~ 


189 
' 416 






House of Representatives 




12 


2 04 


Supreme Court 


1 66 




Supreme Court Clerk 

Adjutant-Oeneral 


' 12 

1.04 


4 

4 


68 
68 


Fund Commissioners .! 




Insurance Department 


24 


600 
7 20 
702 
5 87 
2 40 


48 
12 
12 
12 


3 73 
1 00 
1 00 
100 






Eiailroad Commissioner 


30 


2 

7.. 

3 



34 


School Commissioner. ' 


39 




State Library 


32 


51 


Law Library 

Supreme Court Rei»orter 


' ^- 




Agricultural Department 

Supervisor of Public Printing.. 


1 12 

i «o 


800 
11 06 
6 00 
1 20 
1 50 
739 
9 60 


86 

48 


2 73 
8 73 










Mine Inspector 


1 24 

1 6 






Labor Bureau 






1 


17 


Board of State Charities 


( 6 








Board of Public Works 


1 36 


36 
48 


2 73 
• 400 


1 
7 


17 


Board of Equalization 


1 54 


1 19 




1 




Total issued 


1 1,449 


t327 76 


1,195 1 $96 74 


41 


16 97 






lu stock November 15, 1881 


! .<1010 


«407 04 


1,248 ' <7S M 


18 


fl OP 




i 







STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



303 



to^hrmhcr 15,1881. 



i 

c 

X 

i 


1 


• 
Pen- racks. 


JO 

?3 


.c 
be 

1 

£ 


Twine. 


No. 


C4)St. 


Boxes. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 




""'Si 25" 


















I5.fl00 








14 


$33 50 






20^ 


«7 78 






































1 


'ah 














"■■ 18 




74 1 19 ijo 


5300 > 5 22 






12 


$2 25 


^ 


13 50 


«:»0O 


1 




3)j "i'eo 


t 


1 












40^1 


981 02 


IS S4 57 
% 69 


81 


S24 75 2(1 


?62 00 


125 


$47 67 


434 :$101 36 

1 
1 1 on 


ISo 5 57 
400' 1 10 

1 


1 » ■'' 


2 


36 


1 250 
1 250 
1 1 2 50 


8 

i 


3 55 
50" 


40 

14 




9 70 
4 00 


t 






^60U ) ^ *''^ 








9 

. 27 

172 

23 


1 70 


7,700 
800 


8 5:» 
1 d4 

75 

i' &i"' 

S 00 
57 


'. 

i 


2 
1 
2 


50 
25 
40 


2 5 00 
10 25 00 


T 

3 


2 aV 

1 79 


5 40 
35 00 
5 20 


850 


\ 










100 






1 i 


3 



2 
3 


?<7 

ft'oo' 

1 00 
1 50 


1*3 
o 

7 
18 


*> M) 


"itib" 


c:::::::. 




" 1 


50 
70 


i;mo 

450 


1 






1 ; 2 50 


2 70 


.:::::::::::i::::::::::: 


2 


fO 


1 


2 50 


1 50 




; 




3 60 






( I 

i 





I 


.A 












:::::::::::::: :::::::*: 


\ 




36 
2 


7 80 













1 


1 .70 


1 


50 


40 


100 


'28 


















1 


25 ' 






1 
S 
2 


29 
108 
1 25 


6 


1 20 


400 


CI 
3 44 

1 a5 






i 2 50 
1 2 50 
1 • 2 5f) 




1j600 
200 


2 
3 


44 

G9 


1 
3 


25 

75 


2 


40 

















21,100 


Sol 18 


9 


#2 27 


14 


13 26 21 


$52 50 


37 


$20 67 


393 


$82 80 


1M51 


129 84 


9 


12 30 


70 


$21 49 1 5 


$10 50 


88 


$27 00 


41 


$18 56 



304 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 

From Norember 15, 1880, 



From whom purchased. 


No. 
10 


9 

Cost. 



$1 70 


No. 


8 
Cost. 


i 

2 




No. 


Cost. 


On hand 


7 
6 


112 55 
100 


76 
120 


•26 60 


H C. McClelland A Co 


SO 60 


Gcoree W. Gleason. 


1 




J. R, Mills & Co 










• 


KUbourne, Jones & Co 












Charles Hu^toii 













J. M. <fe W. Westwater 


24 


408 




















Total 


34 


r>78 


13 


f 13 6'> 


196 

1 


166 20 


To whom issued. 
Executive D?pRrtment 


90 35 


Secretary of State 










Aiiditor'of State 


1 


17 












Attoniev-Qeneral 


1 


$1 80 


......... 




Trewurer of State 








Sennte 


4 


68 
85 










House of Representatives 

Supreme Court 


6 


100 


60 


21 00 


Supreme Court Cleric m 


1 










3 10 


AclQutant-Qeneral 


1 








Fund Commissioners 










Insurance Department 


_ 1 


i 






Railroad Commissioner 




1 
1 


1 75 
1 80 





**'**' 


School Commissioner 








Htatc Library 


. 1 






Law Library 










Supreme Court Reporter 




i 




Agricultural Department ., 








i 


Supervisor Public Printing. 










Mine Inspector 










Labor Bureau 


1 






' " i 


Board of Stale Charities 









1 


Board of Public Works 










Board of Equalization 


1 
11 


17 


18 


12 


i 








Total issued 


$1 87 


9 


t6 35 


85 


$••9 57 






In stock Jan. 10, 1881 


2a 


$3 91 


4 


$7 20 


111 


$36 €C\ 







STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
'STATIONERY ACCOU NT—Continued. 



305 



to January 10, 1881. 



Xo. 


i 

5 


Seals. 


i 




• 
Diaries. 




Cost. 


No. 
11.000 


Cost. 


No. 

8 


Cost. 


No. 

"l" 


Cost. 1 No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


177 1 f IOC 20 


«65 75 


$3 26 


$1 00 


34 

195 

C 

300 


9GS20 

890 34 

9 70 

526 00 


502 
84 


9720 25 
85 -20 






























■< 








.. 














69 


281 20 














1 




132 00 












48 


48 00 















847 

10 

VS 

12 
4 

14 
121 
4««« 

15 
7 

40 
2 
4 
6 
7 
1 
2 
2 
5 

12 
2 
2 

2 
12 




177 1106 20 

1 


11,000 


SC5 75 


8 


93 26 


49 


949 00 


535 

4 

13 


9993 24 

97 00 

24 511 

18 25 

8 50 

12 25 

203 40 

606 00 

8 75 

5 25 

44 at 
1 75 
900 
3 50 
525 
1 75 
3 50 
1 75 

7 00 

8 75 
1 75 
1 75 
1 75 

12 fin 


91,221 65 
914 C5 




100 


SO 60. 


1 


10 46 






88 3d 


, 






10 
2 

no 


20 55 














• 


5 70 
















• 


19 95 


















181 05 


177 


firc20 






... . 








32J 
5 
3 

1 
5 


691 75 






1 








21 95 








:::.:..:::..i......... 








10 50 








1 








85 75 








1 








2 80 


















8 00 


















2 


7 40 


















3 
1 
2 
1 


9 65 


















*> 00 


















4 00 










"•• 






2 85 
















4 
• 5 


8 85 


















16 25 



















1 
1 
1 
7 


2 S5 










2 85 


















2 tb 


















17 10 














4U 


940 00 


: ..: 


138 85 




* 








* 




• 




177 


1106 20 


100 


CO 60 


1 


SO 46 


40 


940 00 


535 


9893 24 


805 


91A84 50 






10,900 


965 15 


7 


92 83 


9 


99 00 


... 1 


42 


937 15 













20 



S. H. 



306 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT—Continued. 

From January 10, 1881, 



From whom purchased. 








1 


1 


5 




No. 


Cost. 


No. 

24 
8 

lie 

24 
24 


Cost. 


No. 


f 
Cost. 


H. C. Mcaelland & Co 






•27 60 

300 

42 »l 

11 25 

600 


6 


$2 10 


J. R Mills & Co 








A. H. Siuviho ^ 








R. E Thoms ~ 










K Pirkham 











Selbert & Lilley 








r.harles Huston 




1 









Ktlboiiriie, Jones & Co 








R"hert Clarke & Co 




;;:.';z:::::'i:::z:. 








J. M. tt \y. Wcstwater ..- 


12 


2 04 1 









ToUl ^ 

To whom issued. 
Evoriitlve DcDartment ". 


85 


16.95 


189 

2 

6 
12 
.ft 

5 

1 

"lb-" 
4 


$97 99 

90 80 

29(1 

280 

4 IX) 

74 

40 

5*44* 

SHO 
155 


117 


$S8 7S 


Secretary of State 


3 


fOM 


1 


$0 ^ 


Auditor of State .... 




Attornev-Qeneral 











Treasurer of State 






1 

***l'*** 
......... 

1 


35 


Henate - 








House of Representatives 


8 


l^' 


^ 


Supreme Court 




.Supreme C »urt Clerk 


1 


17 


a'l 


Adjutant-General 


x^ 


Piind C«>mnil!isloner» ., _ 








Insurance Department ., 

Riiilroiid Conimisttioner 








........ 

4 


4 00 


= 




S<*U<)ol ComraissiontT .^ ^.... 






— ••• 


Sirttc Library 










L'lw Libmrv 








Siiprome ('ourt Reporter ^ - 


' 






Auricultural Department 









2 10 


jsupervisor Public Printing 






2 
2 

I 

5 
2 


i'(io 

225 

2 37 
180 

3 12 




Mine InsDCCtor.., 










IjAl>or Bureau - 









itoard of Stnto <'harillf8 ., 






....!... 




Board of Public Works « 







3 15 


Bortid of Equalization 


3 


51 








Total issued 


15 


»2 55 


78 


>11 05 


20 


$7 00 


In stock Nov. 15, 1881.. . 


20 


J3 40 


116 


$56 94 


97 


$31 78 





STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



307 



ft) Noomber 15, 1881. 



i 




s 


Spittoons. 






So J Cort. 


No. Ck>8t 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Coat. 


No. 
G63 


Cost. 
S»wJ 93 


No. 
15 


Coft. 




5,000 $1B75 












f28 8.'» 






























36 




30 60 














i 






1 














1... ...... 


■•" t 










1 


1 90 


i 




1 


1 


10 
156 
720 




15 00 


' 


1 










197 40 




1 










435 00 








1 






















15»900 1 983 90 


7 ! «2 80 

1 


1) 


«9 00 


601 


s<i:4 ^:J 


t57U 

5 
3« 




9744 to 




6 5*^ 








1 1 


17 


ao i«.) 


42 27 










7 Q«> 


•* 








4 

i" 


94 00 

ibo" 




::::::::. 







i 







i:i " 

51 

11 

1 
1 


... .^....... 

.7 l", 

IJ ;:: 

1 W) 

11.; 


ii 

30 
73 
23 




10 \r.i 
51 71 




- 






^g (j;^ 


■ 


100 


"Wvi 

00 


1 


9U46 






20 22 








2 HI 














15 .'G 


" •. •• 










s/wo 


36 76 






4 


4 00 






i:» 




984 
61 






I 


1 i^ 
■J y.-? 









"!!»!j!!!!!!!!!!".!^!ii!^. !;!..!.! !!!!!!!!! 


H 67 
3 75 


■ 






1 1 














1 






1 


1 


4tf 










u 

1 




1 -22 
14 87 




1 






2 


•2 40 




1 






200 




! 






1 


1 00 










4 
7 

24 


— 


540 
624 
ao 70 


• 


abo 1 is 






1 
46 


1 13 
52 58 






■ 






* 


1 





9.400 ; S44 48 


2 


10 92 


9 


99 00 


149 


9176 20 


•280 


9329 16 




6^ i ta9 42 

1 


5 


9188 






515 


941*8 68 


GOO 




9414 84 


1 







308 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT- Continued. 

From yove^nher 15, 



From whom purt'.hHSC<3. 



Ou band November 15, 18«0.. 



Charles Huston 

Miller, Ureeii & .loyce... 
II. C. McaeUan.l&Co.. 

J.R. Mills & Co 

G. W. Gleasnn 

Strobridfti' & Co 

Selbcrt & Lillcy 



Total.. 



To whom issued. 



Executive Dc'partment 

Secretary of SlHte 

Auditor of StHte 

Attorney-GciKTiU 

Treasurer of l^tJite 

Senate * 

House of KeprofUtatives .... 

Supreme Court 

Supreme Court cMerk 

Adjutant-Ceuenil 

Fund Commi-ssioncrs 

I'jsurance Department 

11 lilro <d Commissioner 

.«(. Ikx)! Commissioner 

state Libmry 

l.iiw Library 

Supreme Court Reporter 

.\.:ricultural Department 

Supervisor Public Printing.. 

Mine Inspector 

Labor Bureau 

Hoard of State Charities 

Board of Public Works 

Board of Equalization 



Total Issued .... 



In stock January 10, 1881 . 



I 



S 



No. I Cost. 



1325 84 



752 


89« 01 


lo<i 


100 80 


1 


96 


h4) 


100 0(» 


:j 


24 25 



8.'i 
1 

2 

lfl7 

779 

6 



o 



No. 



10 



W47 86 



12 17 

107 70 

40 

1 92 
107 35 
396 14 

2 2.> 



2 UO 
2 «>5 
2 00 
70 
2 00 



9G 
30 



10 



Cost. 



15 00 



No. 



48 I \ 



•5(0 



48 



; oo 



50 



8 92 



1 
192 



1,298 



486 



70 
78 82 



«721 98 



9225 88 



$4 00 



8100 



46 I 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT-Continued. 



309 



toJamutry 10, 1881. 



1 

s 

< 


6« 

C 


Scrap Book.s. 


e 

2 

s 


Office Finn. 




Thermomelers. 


.v.. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cott. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 
$14 68 


No, 

2 

1 


Cost. 


6 


SO 00 


10 


16 00 


12 


$16 00 


2 


$100 


v^A 


15 32 
4 00 


j 














43 


33 32 




; 






12 
2i 


13 50 
30 00 

























1 



















1 
















... 


; *i 
























• 1 












1 






* 








C j 1900 


10 


IGOO 48 


159 50 


2 


$1 50 


60H 


$4800 I 3 


$9 82 

















2 


1 68 
























1 .. . ! 





} 




i 




..... 


r '"'. 






1 




...1 






-•*~** •] , 






■ 




'""8 6 72 




.... 




i 




10. 


18 00 






22 18 48 






1 









1 1 84 


1 


4 00 


............ 


. 1 






i 
















1 


84 






1 : 






















1 
















































.... 






1 


150 
















i 















.. 


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' 













1 


75 


















1 






1 


% 


13 









j 






J 


::::::::::::::::: 


':::::::::::.:::..: 






1 


K 


6 
















1 '^^ 






1 . 75 





1 


1 50 


1 
















: 3 


36 


"1 
















2 ' n 50 


1 1 


12 


$16 00 


! 




i J8 8-12 


$32 11 1 1 $4 00 










4 , 16 oO 10 i SC 00 


86 


$4850 1 2 


$1 50 1 21 5-G 


$15 89 2 1 $5 32 



310 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF 8TATB. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT-ConUnued. 

From January 10^ 



From whom purchased. 






Kilbourne. Jones & Co 

Charlcj* Huston 

J. R MilU 

A. H. Smythe 

H. C. McClelland A: Co 

8eibert<& Lilley 




Total 



Executive Department 
Secretary of 8tat<f. 
Auditor of State . 
Attorney-General 
Treasurer of Stale. 

Senate 

House of RepresentaUve* 

Supreme Court 

Supreme Court ('lerk 

Adjutant-General 

Fund Commissioners 
Insurance Department 
Railroad Commissioner 
School Commissioner 

State Library- 

I^w Librarj* 

Supreme Court Reporter ... 
Agricultural Department... 
Supervisor Public Primiuy 

Mine Inspector 

I^bor Bureau 

Board of Slate Charities-... 

Board of Public Works 

Board of Equalization 



11 

8 



U Ul 

1 GO 
8 04 

2 Gl 
5 90 
G Kl 
4 SO 



Total issued 

In stock November lo. 1881.. 



887 



S344 77 



3,107 



81,423 84 



%\ 00 I 



20 



26 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



311 



(0 Nmmber 15, 1881. 



i 

i 

< 


Senling-wax. 




Coi>t. 




1 
Cost. 


Office Pins. 
Tliermometers. 


Xn. 


Cost. 


No. 


CoJ«t. 


.No. 


No. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Co«t. 








1 

1 


1 1 






! 




' 


j 




13 


819 00 


"* 1 





! ji 1 ftd do 


1 






^ ... 1 




48 58 50 
















1 








1 


;;:.;;....i 








- • • 






i 








4 ;f650 


10 


ee 00 ; 87 


8108 00 


2 


8150 


21 6-G 
1^12 


815 89 
8 42 


15 


824 82 


1 1 G2H 






5 


680 






1 15 




! 






! 








1 


1 50 










1 2 09 

2 2 75 




*• 


1 
















U 


19 50 


t 


15 
2 


2 52 
12(50 
1 G8 


"*"****■ 




1 


7 ; 800 
2 1 2 00 
11 1 00 
1 1 00 




















1 




2 


"Z 25" 






1 


1 


* ' *84"* 1.::..::... :::::; 










....... : 1 


1 


162K 


1 


GO 1 Hi i 64 




1 

2-12 
1 


H4 
14 
84 








.St 8 00 
8 12 00 
2 2 50 









































2 00 








— ;••: 






1 








i 


1 j 1 82 
4 1 500 
1 32 
1 1 00 




1 


84 1 
38 1 


75 










75 












3 


7 00 


_ 










1-12 
2-12 


7 
14 




"***~ 


















4 1 600 
















........... 


2 


1 68 







****" 




. 






1 


4 1650 


1 


$ 60 


60 • 875 58 


1 


28 U-12 


824 14 


8 '' fl3 25 








. ! 


9 


$5 40 


27 ! S32 42 i 2 1 81 50 






7 ! 811 07 













312 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



1 






fh)m November 15, 1880, 


1 

1 

Pmra whom |furehiwudi 


if 

1 


1 


1 • 
1 




Ka 


Coat 


No. 


C'<»L. 


Ko, 


C»t. 


On h»ti<l KoVtfDibcr 1,% I8S0 i 

filebert i Llllej' ...... : 


1 


1 35 


5»B 


•121 00 
10 50 


Q 


f 11 (W 


J. R. un\s 6l Co..... ._,...._..._»„......,, „.. 

J. M. JE \V. W^M water- .„.., .,.. „ ,,„ 


10 00 


Kllbournc, Joiii«? A Co ,„,*».„*..»m ,♦„ „ 


■— « 




■""""■- 


"' - 




K a McClcrand A CO., 




. *""**+ 












"'***"""'' 


""'■""* 




.,.♦.»...,,. 


Total ., 

To wbom bmued. 
SjcecutJre PopAnmenL.. ,„. *.„*.... 


I 


f 2& 


28:! 


fiasRo 


7 

I 
....... 


tnoo 

10 00 


itcdfeiiiT '>f Stale «. , ».. 


~B 


zzzz 




"**'*""" "■■ 


Auditor ol State .„ „, , ,^ 

A tiome^' Gen eml .... „«».. . **..*...... ,., ♦,♦.,» . .. . .... ,, „„ 


ai 


tDM 


1 00 


Tf^"«»iirerof Btiilc ..,„ .::.. .._ ^.„,,.,.„*^„ 

B«Dau> .....,....,..,»....*.....„„„„ „, „„,. 


»...«..... 


Hon*e of Ri'pre*euirtlU"«i ....,..„.„.,,.„..., » 

SoT'Teme Court....... .«**.«*......h,„««.,,..,.^„....„ „ 


:z:::^ 






fiuitreme Court Clerk ....„„»^.,.„,4*.™.>. ».. 




* 


* " "■ 


Adjutant Glnernl ^ ..^„ , 

F«nd Cotnmit^kniere ^... .,.»..... 

Ti ijiu rfin ce De r*iv ri m en t.... „„„ . . ...^^ „.,, „ ,,,.,.. .,,„. 

Rtllnwrl Com ini'^sioner....,,*,*^,,...,..,^^ ,„„»«4^ ,.,. „ 


::t:::n::: 


L>H •■ 


— 


"'"1" 


-...,„.^ 


Bctinol CoiuuiisjiicHitjr^ t*,"— *i* ...,„«.. .,* 








smte Libmrv ...,<,.*.**.. ..„ 


1 






*"'"'*"^ 


Law Libmry , .p„... .-„,..».m»*t.*"*i,J„.™„^ 

S*uprt*Tnc Court Rifporti?r .,..,«. ,^.„....... t«*t*i.,„^^,.„.„.| ^w- 

ARnraUuml Doparttnetjt-...,. ...,,... .„. , ......,♦.,♦*, 






«*»«-£« 




^ripf>r\lsMt Piihlic Prlndng., .., .....+.^.L.,**,„h 

Mine Insj>^tor... *..... ..-*-..„p,..,..,,^„,„. „,. 

Liibtjr Bnri'ttu., ,.. ..».„,^». ...„,„„ '»..,.„. 


..,.,p...... 


I,rmm,k*t*t•...^m^ 


Board of Stau ChaHtleo , ^ 


"""' 


Btmrfl n{ Vitbhi' Work^.. „. ^ , L-.^.^* 

liLiArd of Et^uQlizAtlon...... .....t^* .........+.»,"-""■ - ^ 


-"*'■"»**' 


I 


SO 


■""aiw 


Total issued p,„....,„ , ,.,. 




........4... 


" "" 






7» 


sa^od 


1 T 


ru en 


• 
In stock Jdiiiiary 10. IJ^I „„,.„...„... 




"""* 


I 


i 2S 


liS9 


f 103^0 








STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Continued. 



313 



io January 10, 1881. 



1 

e. 


s 
2 


t 
1 


= 
o 

1 


5. 

s 






No. 1 Cost. 


No. Cost. 


Na 


Cost. 
S 15 


No. 
8 


Cost. 


No, 


Cost. 


No. 
1.018 


Cost. 


50 $25 00 


2 


$ 40 


50 


fSOO 1 


$5 00 


$93 65 










.......... i 








7 3 50 








1 


.... 









12 1 »0 








' 










5,000 


7 50 




1 
.. . . 1 




350 
800 


25 50 






G8 00 






' 







' 




a- 92S 30 

i 
1 


14 


fc20 


5.050 


•7 0-1 


8 


$8 00 


1 


$5 00 


2,198 

6 
86 
24 
24 
6 
185 
400 
12 


$:87 15 

48 




1 


20 


100 


23 










S 0:{ 














2 in 






100 15 










2 16 


7 ■ 8 50 


1 








54 




•i so 

3 1 45 






1 





IG 65 












36 00 


i 'so 


1 








1 02 




1 














1 


• 1 


i 




24 


2 16 










:::::i 








1 
........... 






1 









































54 


' 






' 








' 






. 










" 


j. ........... 
















1 


i 


1 










12 


1 08 




1 




























9 


81 














' 




1 ' 1 1 15 








... 


6 


54 




1 












38 19 00 11 20 


..... 










109 


9 81 










••f 






46 133 00 8 : SI 30 


200 $ as 










859 


$76 98 










* 




U S5 50 6 ; S 90 


4,830 1 $7 27 


8 


$8 00 


1 


$5 00 l.?39 


$110 17 



314 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCX)UNT— Continued. 



From January 10, 1881, 



From whom porchased. 




z 

> 

Q 


1 


' 


1 




Xo. 


co«. 


Ko, 


' Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


Slebert & Lillev 




34, 


«1«0 37 


K 


H. C. McClelland <ft Co 






% 


t7 00 


A. H. Smyihe .„ 






! ! 


7 00 


Kilbourne. Joncd <& Co 










Kevins «fe Mvers, 




i '" """\ r ' " 


jr. R. Mills <&*Co. 




:::::: ::::::: i::::r::;;::::;::::::::i:'::::::::: 










Total 

To whom issued. 
Execuiive f department , , 


1 


% 25' 


500 


9263 87 


12 


914 00 


6ccretftr\' of State 1 




tiO 
138 


96 00 
56 62 


3 


3 h\ 


Anditor'of State L.,....,. 






Attorney-Qer*eraI , ,...„ ' 








Treaturer oC State , , j 




24 

1 
15 


12 00 

50 

075 






Senate , 1 








Houiie of Represientaiives '. ,'....i 




1 


1 17 


Supreme Court , , 






Supreme Court Clerk 




3 
100 
24 
27 


i 50 
46 00 
U 00 
14 90 







Adjuruut-Generel „ , , ! 


1 


1 17 


Fund Commiwioners ,., 




Insurance Department , « 


i" 


Railroad Crommfssioner.,. ...... , ,. ,,.i ... ' 


1 


School Commissioner ....,,... ) 


10 


700 




Stite Library 


i..:.: 


1 


1 17 


Law Library , 












Supreme Court Reporter 










1 


Agricultural Department 












Supervisor of Public Printing 










I 



1 17 


Mine Inspector ,.„ ,.., , 






2 


1 00 





Labor Bureau , „ '. • 







Board of State Charities ,„\ 




12 
7 


600 
350 







Board of Public Workw « ' 




1 


in 


Board of Equalization ,, ,.., ,...'. 






Total Issued ,.,.« ,„ , 


1 


• 






1 


423 


vsrni 


6 


99 3C 


In stock November 15.1881 






1 


1 25 


77 


901 10 


4 


9*64 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



315 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT— Ck)n tin ued. 



yNmmber 16, 1881. 



i 

1 

f 


i 

f 


i 
1 • 1 


a 

s 


1 ■ 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cofet ! No. Co»t. No. 

i : 


CoBt. i No. 

1 


Cost. 


No. 
CO 


Cost. 








1 
500 »1 75 

i 




9\a 8ft 


•> 


$140* 


:;::;;::::::r.::::::::::. 

12 $2 00 




1 ! 


1,0-2 l.« 18 
2,480 lo9 G4 


















6,103 i 52 85 


' ' 


















294 


•20 50 






1 1 : 






13 


16 90 


18 

1 


sa9o 

to 15 


11,458 1 161 87 , 8 


98 00 


1 


95 00 


5.1» 
• 12 


^29 37 
£1 (M 


1 


90 50 
1 00 
1 40 




i * i ' '1 


109 1 JO Hi 

108 9 72 

12 1 1 08 

108 ; 9 26 

288 1 26 »2 

1,124 ! 1^ 33 

2«.»4 1 27 43 

46 j 4 80 

67 , 5 79 

12 i 1(8 


•> 


2 1 30 


!!!"'Z'Z' ::;'^^--■'-!:.'."*'*"---*-l"-"--■" 




•> 


100 1 90 15 
200 30 
100 23 
200 46 
600 ' 1 75 


1 




." 


1 00 


i 




;:....::::.:::!:..::.:.. 






, 




1 








*r 


45 















i 






1 




" ' ■; 1 " 






' 


















1 i 1 00 

1 i 1 00 












1 , 






42 
12 
24 


4 38 








j 








1 Oh 








1 ■ i 




9 'iX 




.:::::::::;::::::::::::.::: 




510 1 1 04 


i 




24 1 2 88 






„ 


' 


• 






: 1 1 




1 ' 








QA4S M 81 








48 < 4 OK 






i 


18 












1 


50 










i 






1 


1 




6 .'^ 


1 


50 
50 




1 




....:: 1..:.:.:.. 




6 54 


1 


1 ; 2,) 











107 9 51 












178 14 22 






1 1 








10 


15 40 


8 ; SI 38 


10.755 1 955 74 j 2 


^00 






2,927 . 9291 16 








S 


$1 50 


10 ; ft 67 


698 


$6 13 1 6 1 96 00 1 1 


95 00 ; 2,268 

1 


9138 21 



316 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOU NT—Continued. 

From November 15, 1880, 



From whom purchased. 


! j 

1 
a 


1 


1 

> 


s. 

1 




No. 


Cost. 

$6 40 
13 92 


No. 


Cost 
$36 00 


No. 


Cost. 


Oil hand November 15. 1880 


1 
' •>() 


400 


1 


$ 16 


II C McClelland <& Co 


; AA 




Kllbfvirnc Joue8«feCo~ 








J K MilL> <& Co .' 




1 . . 






rteiberi & Lillev 
















. .. 




Total 

To whom issued. 
Kx«»pntive DoiMtrtmont 


6S 


$20 32 

! .. . 


400 


$36 00 


1 ! $ 16 

i 
• 


Secretarv of Slate 


4 


1 122 






, 


Auditor of State 


1 ^ 








Attorney-General 

Treasurer of State 


1 •■^-l'^ 


u" 






':*:"::i:::::z 






' 1 


Senate . 


1 24 


704 
384 




1 . . 1 


Houw of Representatives 


' 12 






fiiiT>reme Court 






1 " *_ 1 


Supi'ome CV)urt Cleric , ' 


100 


10 50 


1 


Adiniant-General ' 1 


1 


Fund CommlRsloners 


6-12 


1 16 






Tnikiirfinc** DcDiirtment 




^yzz'X'Z'.z... 


1 . 


Railroad Commissioner i 




1 


fiohool Commissioner ' 1 




I 


State Librarv 




*::::::1::::::::: 


Law Librarv '..... 


i 




Supreme Court Reporter ' 


j 


:::::::::|*:;*z: 


Aflrrirtiltnnil Dennrtment i 1 •• 


1 






1 




Mine Inspector | 






Ijftbor Hurean .' •... 


I 






Board of State Charities ' 


I 






Board ot Public Works 1 


1 






Kfiiinl nf Kuiifllization 


4 


j 1 16 


; ' 
















Total issued 


.« 41 8-12 


1 $13 84 


100 1 $10 50 












In Ktook January 10 1681 


2S}ri 


; $6&i 

1 


300 1 $25 50 


1 


$ 16 









STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY AOCOU NT-Continued; 



317 



to January 10, 1881. 



1 

No. 


Cost. 
$2 82 


B 

1 




a, 

2 


Cost. 


J 


t 

1 

s 

00 

1 


No. 


Cost. 


No. i 

j 


>'o. 1 Cost. 


Xo. 


Co.st. 


9 


10 


fl 21 




1 








i 






12 ' 4 20 








1 

j 






1 ; 9IU0I) 




; 











i 




' 


1 ■ ' ' 1 


'M ' S7 02 


10 


$1 21 1 1 910 UU 
/ 


1 


, 


! .... 




1 




::r::::::::::::: 




:.':'::,r.:: .:::::..:.:.. 












::::: "::.. 








1 ;« 






1 1 $10 00 











1 35 

















::; •.:.:.::..... 













:::::.: ::::::::: i 




! 




:::::::::.:.::.:;::::.: 1 ..:::..: ::;;:v:::.::.;. 







' ' 


1 1 1 




1 , 








1 1 So 
. ...1 




1 ■■*■ 1 ....!'■ 










... * 1 








t 




1 


' 




. • ••• 






1 












• 




"*" 















"■ ■ 




............. ...... 


1 




'■*** 




i i : ' 










1 ::l ::::::::::| ::::::.|::z:::::.... 


1 
















' ;; j i 







" 












\"' ' 1 








4 


1 07 


■ 1 














^ 


«2 12 


1 


1 ' ^10 (X) 


1 i 






1 • 1 


1 1 


■ 


14 


$4 90 1 10 1 Si 21 


1 i 1 






I 


' 


1 ; 1 



818 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OK STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOU NT-Continued. 



From January 10, 188' 



From whom purchased. 


i 

i i 

! 1 

No. Cost. 

1 68 119 72 


Tie Envelopes. 


Soap Dishes. 




No. Cost. 


No. 


Cort 


R C. McClelland 

''•iiiKtikrt <(: L.111f>v 






ail 




, 







Total ^ 

To w^om issued. 
Kjitjicutive Deparlment 


926 56 

16 
1 05 


900 


' $25 50 


1 


1 


Auditor of State 

Anorney-Qeiieral 


20 



:i»: :::::::: 

j 




Tr?a.««urer of 8tate 

^^eiiate 

ffimse of Representatives 


26 

24 


708 






,'^ii|»reme Court Clerk 

Adjutant General 

Fund Commissioners 




58 


144 '" 

4 


""l2"24" 
36 


:;;:::::::::::::: 


IriF^urauce Department 












lifillroad Commis«Ioner 

sHiool Commissioner 

!sute Library 

ijiiT Library 

Supreme Court Reporter 

AKricultural Department 

?^ti|jervisor ol Public Printirg 


W 

::::::::::::::: 


'45" 


6* 


54' 


....;..:. 


•••— 


Mine Inspector 

Ulor Bureau 

Boiirdof Htat» Charities 

Ttndrd of Public WorlcH 

fktftrd of Equalizntion 


■"17 i 


s'S'i 










::"::::: 


Total issued 


74H ! 


•21 77 









174 


914 94 








Uiatock November 15. 1881 


16 5^ 


U 79 


126 


910 56 






• i 


16 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 
STATIONERY ACCOUNT— CJon tin ued. 



319 



toNwember 15, 1881. 



i 

s 

s 
PS 


1 




1 
'''■ 
Book Weights. 

i 


£ 

% 

1 
eg 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


No. 

6 
2 


Cost. 


No. 


Cost. 


j 






S12 00 
4 00 


528 
12 


952 80 


1 








1 50 


1 1 










14 


$4 90 10 


•121 






8 


S16 00 


640 

f> 
21 


954 30 








GO 




4 44 


1 


2 


400 


2 40 








: ' " !::::;;;;;.;; 




1 


2 00 


k 


60 


1 ; :i-, 


1 


1 








1 




7(> 

2S5 

12 


7 60 


1 


::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::.::::: :::i:;;:;;::::::::i:::^ 




28 50 


j 




' 






1 20 








' 


2 00 


5 
9 


50 






1 






90 


•> 


70 


1 . 















1 ' "^ 
















2 
15 


ao 


■ 


.::::::: ;::::■■;:; t ::"" 






1 50 




1 






















1 






1 :to 








5 


50 
















1 

















i 

13 


10 








I 


2 iio 


ISO 










». 


8 40 








! 






4 1 f 1 -lu 


4 


9 44 





5 


$10 00 1 540 


954 30 










10 


$3 50 

\ 


6 


% 77 

■ 






3 


96 00 

















STATISTICAL REPORT 



OF THB 



SECRETARY OF STATE, 



TO THB 



General Assembly of Ohio, 

FOR THE YEAR 1881. 



21 S.8. 



Office of the Secretary of State, 

Columbus, Ohio, January 2, 1682, 
lo the General Assembly of Ohio: 

In compliance with the statute, which provides that it shall be the duly of the 
Secretary of State, annually, to prei)are, from the official reports and from whatever 
other reliable sources to which he may obtain access, as full, accurate, and intel- 
ligible tables of the statistics of the state as may be in his power, and report the re- 
sult of his labors to the General Assembly at its next meeting, I have the honor 
herewith to submit my first annual report, being for the year ending November 15, 
1881. Very respectfully. 

Your obedient servant, 

CHARLErS TOWXSEND, 

Secrdary of »^ate. 



ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



VOTE OX GOVERXOR FROM 1803 TO 1850, INCLUSIVE. 


YMr. 


Names. 


Vote. 


Total vote. 


1803 


Edward Tiifin ............. . . 


4,564 
4,783 




1905 


Edward Tiflin... .,„ *„,* 


4^ 




Return J. Meic4 


•<A« 


1807 ,_ \ „i, 


6,060 

4,757 


4,7^ 




NatliHniel MftSMie.....,,,,....,.,. 






Sumuel HtiQtington ............ 


^^ 


1808 ,.. - ....p 


7,293 
6,H01 
3,397 


10,807 




ThomsB Wortliinifton.*., 






Tbojias Kirker....... '..*,.*. 






Rettirn J* Meige.,^.. ,.,*..%'«.,>* 




leio .„ 


7,rdl 


16,291 




Thomas Worthington- 

Return J. MeiQs*..* * ♦. 




1812 „„ 


11,869 


17,656 




Thomas Sc-ott • 






Thomas WorthiDgton^ 




1814 , 


i&jm 
6,in 


ly,7n2 




Othniel Looker.. ., 

ThoTnae Worthington^ 

JftmeB DunlttD. 




1816 „,. 


22.931 

6.295 

i.eo7 


22,050 




Ethan A, Brown .......^..*...... 




* 


Kthan A. Brown..,. 


. 


]818.„.. ,»... ., 


80,194 
8,075 


30.833 




Jam€:s Duiilnp *.....^,„„*,. 






Ethan A. Brown 




1820 


34,836 

9,426 

4,a48 

240 


38.ta9 




Jeremiah Morrow...*.*,,,....,, 






Willittm H. Harrison « 






Scattering 






Jeremi&h Morrow ....*......*.,. 




18^ , „., 


26,059 
22,8^ 
11,050 


48,850 




Allen Trimble . 






William W, Irwin .„..„.. 






Jeremiah Morrow 




1324. ,.» 


39,626 
37,108 


60,008 




Allen Trimble... 

Allen Trimble .*. 




I8i6» 


71,4T^ 

4,114 

4,765 

• 4,192 

187 


76.634 


1 


John Bigger « 

Alt*x, Campbell. ........... 

Benjamin Tappan 






SeatteriniE.....'.r.... 






Allen TKmble - 


81,7^ 


1828.„ „' 


53,970 

51,961 

112 




John Campbell... ...... ..,,..*..., 






Scattfiringr. 


106,033 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
Vote for Govbbnob— Continued. 



325 



Year. 



1834.. 



1836.. 



1840.. 



1842.. 



1844.. 



1846.. 



1848.. 



I860.. 



Names, 



Dancan McArthar 

Robert Lucas 

Scattering 

Robert Lucas 

Darius Lynian 

Scattering 

Robert Luca&. 

James Findlay 

Scattering 

Joseph Vance 

Eli Baldwin 

Scattering 

Wilson Shannon. .. . 

Joseph Vance 

Scattering 

Thomas Ck>rwin .... 
Wilson Shannon ... 
Scattering 

Wilson Shannon ... 

Thomas Cor win .... 

Leicester King 

ScatleriDg....- 

Mordeciii Bnrtley... 

Day'ul Tod 

Leicester King 

Scattering 

William Bebb 

David Tod 

Samuel Lewis 

Scattering 

Seabury Ford , 

John B. Weller..... 
Scattering 

Reuben Wood — 
William Johnson.. 
Edward Smith ..... 
Scattering 



Vote. 



49,668 

49,186 

226 

71^51 

63,ia5 

33 



70,738 

67,414 

38 



92,204 

86,168 

200 



107,884 
102,146 

7 



145,442 

129,321 

8 



119,774 

117,902 

5,134 

40 



146,333 

145,062 

o,o9o 

11 



118,869 

116,484 

10,797 

46 



148,250 
147,886 



133,093 

121,105 

13,747 

93 



Total vote. 

99,080 
134,469 
138,190 
178,562 
210,037 
274.762 

242,850 

300,304 

246,196 
297,075 

269,038 




i;-i- 



St, , J 



Vs 



326 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



VOTE CAST AT STATE AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN OHIO, FROM 
1852 TO 1880, INCLUSIVE. 



Year. 



Officers to be 
elected. 



1862 President. 



Names 
of candidates. 



Winfleld Scott- 
Franklin Pierce. 
John P. Hale 



Votes each 
received. 



152,523 

168,933 

31,732 



1863 Governor. 



1864 Supreme Judge 

1866 Governor 



Nelson Barrere . 
WQIiani Medill . 
Samuel Lewis .. 



Joseph R. Swan . 
S. F. Norris 



85,867 

147,663 

50,346 



186,498 
109,076 



S.P.Chase 

William Medill. 
Allen Trimble... 



146,770 

131,019 

24.276 



1856 1 President. 



1867., 

1858.. 
1869.. 
I860.. 

1861.. 
1862., 
1863.. 



John C. Fremont . 
James Buchanan . 
M. Fillmore 



187,497 

170,874 

28,126 



Governor 

Supreme Judge | 

Governor 

President 



S. P. Chase 

H.B.Payne ^ 

P. Van Trump 

William V. Peck 

Thomas W. Bartley. 



W. Dennison, Jr. 
R P. Rnnney 



Abraham Lincoln 

Stephen A. Douglas — 

John Bell 

John C. Breckenridge.. 
Gerritt Smith 



Governor 



I 



David Tod ... 
H. J. Jewett. 



Secretary of State... 



Wilson S. Kennon . 
W. W. Armstrong , 



160,668 

159,065 

10,272 

182,942 
162,610 

184,667 
171,226 

221,809 

187,421 

12,193 

11,303 

136 

206,997 
151,794 

178.755 
184,315 



Total vot^ 
cast 



Governor 

1864 1 Secretary of Sute 

1864 President 



1865. 



(Tovernor. 



1866 ! Secretary of State... 



John Brough 

C. L. Vallandigham 


288,374 
187,492 


William Ilenn' Smith ... 
W. W. Armstrong 


237,210 
182,439 


A. Lincoln 


265,654 


George B. McClellan 


205,599 


J. D. Cox 


233,633 


George W. Morgan 


193,797 


William Henry Smith.. .. 
Benjamin Lefever 


256,302 
213,606 







ELECTION STATISTICS. 



327 



Vote Cast at Statb and Presiden'tial Election's— Continued. 



Year. 



Officers to be 
elected. 



1867 Governor. 



I 



Names 
of candidates. 



! R. R. Hayes 

' A. G. Thurman. 



18B8... 

18li8... 
1669... 

1870... 

1871... 

1872... 

1872.., 

1873.. 

1874.. 
1875.. 

1876.. 
1876.. 



' Secretary of State., 



President. 



I. R. Sherwood 

Thomas Hubbard. 



., Governor. 



V. S. Grant.. 
H. Seymour . 



R. B. Hayes 

CJ. H. Pendleton. 
Samuel Scott 



Secretary of State.. 



Governor. 



Secretary of State... 



President. 



Governor., 



Isaac R. Sherwood. 

William Heisley 

Jay Odell *. 



Edward F. Noyes... 
George W. Cook.... 
Gideon T. Stewart . 



A.T. WikofT 

Aquila Wiley . 
F. Schumacher. 



U.S. Grant 

Horace Greeley ... 

James Black 

Charles O'Connor. 
Scattering 



Secretary of State .. 



William Allen 

Edward F. Noye3... 
Gideon T. Stewart . 
Isaac C. Collins 



Governor 



William Bell, Jr . 
Allen T. Wikoff . 
John R. Buchtel. 



Rutherford B. Hayes . 

William Allen 

Jay Odell 

Scattering 



Secretary of State... 



Milton Barnes.... 
William Bell, Jr . 
E. S. Chapman ... 



President. 



Rutherford B. Hayes. 

Samuel J. Tilden 

G. Clay Smith 

Peter Coooer 

James B. Walker 

Scattering; etc 



Votes each 
received. 



243,H(>5 
240,«22 



Total vole 
cast. 



267,0fir) 
249,682 ' 

280,167 ! 
238,621 I 

: — I 

285,081 ! 

227,.o80 ' 

679 I 

221,709 

205,014 

I 2,862 

; 238,273 

218,105 

4,084 

I 265,830 

' 251,780 

2,045 

281,852 
! 244,321 

2,000 
1 1,163 
I 162 

I ' 529,498 

I 214,654 
213,837 
I 10,278 I 
10,109 



484,227 
516,747 

518,788 

463,340 
429,585 
460,462 
519/555 



238,406 

221,204 

7,815 

297,817 

292,273 

2,593 

17 

317,856 

311,220 

1,863 

330,698 

323,182 

1,636 I 

3,057 

76 

1,122 

1 659,771 



448,878 
467,455 

592,7(X) 
r)33,062 



328 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Vote Cast at State and Presidential Elections— Continued. 



Year: 


Officers to be 
elected. 


Names 
of candidates. 


Votes each 
received. 


Total vote 
cast 


1877 


Gro vemor 


William H. West 


249,105 

271,626 

12,489 

16,912 

4,886 






Secretary of State ... 
Governor 

Secretary of State... 

Preside n t 


Richard M. Bishop 

Lewis H. Bond ,... 






Stephen Johnston 

Henry A. Thompson 

Milton Barnes 


557,503 


1878 


274,120 
270,966 

^^ 
5,682 




David R. Paise 






Andrew Roy ^ 

Jeremiah N. Robinson... 

Charles Foster 


- 

591,088 


1879 


836,261 

819,182 

4,145 

9,072 

547 




Thomas Kwinir .»..,T..r,t,T» 






Gideon T. Stewart 






A. Sanders Piatt 






John Hood 

Charles To v^nsend 

William Lang /. 


670,711 


1880 


862,021 

843,016 

6,786 

2,815 

1,548 








Chas. A. Llovd 


• 




Wm. H. Doan 






Scattering, etc 






James A. Garfield 


716,186 


1880 


875,048 

340,821 

6,456 

2,616 

26 




O overnor 


Wmfield 8. Hancock 

James B. Weaver 






Neal Dow 






ScatterinflT. etc 






Charles Foster 

John W. Bookwiilter 

Abraham R. Lodlow 

John Seitz 


724,967 


1881 


312,735 

288,426 

16,697 

6,830 

138 










Scattering 








624,226 







TABLE SHOWING THE MAJORITIES IN EACH COUNTY FOR THE YEARS 

1879, 1880 AND 1881. 



Counties. 



Adamcr 

Allen 

Ashland.... 
Ashtabala.. 

Athens 

Auglaize ... 
Belmont ... 
Brown 



Governor, | Secretary of 
1879. State, 1880. 



Foster. | Ewing. j T^-- 



209 I 

1,023 

612 

4,013 1 4,638 

1,072 I I 1,299 

1 1,426 ' 

103 i 63 

I 1,248 



Lang. 



996 
474 



1,842 
T,183' 



President, 
1880. 



Governor, 
1881. 




ELECTION STATISTICS. 329 

Table showing the Majorities in each County — Continued. 



Qoantiifl. 


Governor, 

1870. 


Secretan? of 
State, 1880. 


Fre^ideiit, 
1880. 


Governor, 
1^1. 




Fodter. 


Ewing. 


Town- 
aend. 


Lang. 


Gar- 
field. 


Han- 
cock. 


FoflteT. 


Book- 
waltet. 


Batler ............ 




2,078 




2,637 




2,485 


■ 


2206 


C^noll 


637 
1,093 
1,661 


637 
1,139 

1,940 


672 
1.285 
2,050 


612 
971 
937 




Champaign, 

Cl&rk^ .*.. ..... 








,....,.»♦. 








Clertti oil t ...... ... 


393 


521 

m 

1,912 

i",a^" 

1,147 


389 




52 


GUcton ........... 


1,538 
1»348 


1,618 
2,156 


1,770 
2,272 




1,417 

1,848 




(Villi in hiflnft 


m 

1,980 






Oonhoctoii 


609 
1,945 


703 


Cr&wff>rd.. ..... 




"'IflU^ 






1,641 


Cajahoga 

Dfi^rke 


5,656 


6,998 


4,840 


1,103 

1,106 


1421 

1,163 


929 


DefiAtice *- .. 








m 

26 
"'736" 


711 


Delaware ...... 


. 232 
3i3 


330 
40 


540 
366 




&ie ..„.,., 










Fairfield - 


1,890 


1,784 


1,739 


1,692 


Fnyette „- 

Fnuklin i 


508 


687 


719 


880 


969 


m 


545 


FuLtoQ ....*..*.... 


866 

837 

2,069 

2,U2 

3,645 


1,040 
1,0S7 
2,188 
2^ 

679 
2,488 


1,126 
1,178 

2,238 

2,472 

750 

5,061 


1,092 
1,102 
1,926 
1,880 
741 
3,461 

206 

624 




Gallia»....... 










G«i&nea .••* 


















Gnamaej 
















Hincock ....,.*** 


397 


314 


226 


269 


H*niio .jf^f,^ », 1. 


279 
520 


^8 
627 


440 
685 




HMriaou .. 4..»i.> 










HeoTY „„ 


1,082 


1,078 


1,033 


799 


HigbUiid . * 


105 


21 


168 

^"T,626" 
732 
1.489 


171 




Holjnes. ..^ 


704 
1,901 


776 
1372 


592 
1,911 


664 








1,695 




946 

40® 

1,073 


1,404 

564 

1,354 


1,048 

816 

1,266 

14 

1,661 

1,549 


Jadcson .«.«••■*.* 




154 








J^Seraon .......,* 








Knox ..„,« 


26 


43 




Uli_., 


1,576 
1,136 


1,744 

1,547 


1,874 
1,765 




l4VTefice ...-».*. 










"AiiW - 

l«tll„.„.^, 


1,370 


1,400 


1,365 


1,458 


1,236 

2,657 
478 
252 
668 


1,271 

2,867 

1,15^ 

375 

899 


1,292 
2,549 


SSi .:.....;::;; 


— 








L0CM__ 




2(% 


Hidieon.... 


162 

326 






170 
640 




ttr?:;:::;: 


■''"745" 




....ik^..«... 




771 


740 


727 


Medina... 


970 
1,236 


1,085 
1,226 

■"■i"240" 


1,182 
1^54 


1,124 
1,129 




Mtii^ ^ 










Mefic*r. **.., 


1,528 


1,^7 


im 


567 


Ukmi. 


1,223 


1,324 


1,131 




Koftroe 


1,869 
710 


2.296 
877 


2,151 
606 


1,380 


Monigornery .... 


■""3ao" 

30O 
396 

!!!'.. 








93 


404 
34fi 
259 
226 


419 

438: 

468 

272 


391 
381 
187 
276 




























" 1,048 " 




OttMri 


864 


1,157 


976 



330 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Table Showing the Majorities in each County— Continued. 



Counties. 


Governor, 
1879. 


Secretary of 
State, 1880. 


President, 
1880. 


Governor, 
1881. 




Foster. 
79 


Ewmg. 


Town- 
send. 

36 


Lang. 


Gar- 
field. 

~ r 

96 . 


Han- 
cock. 


Foster 


! Book- 
•| waiter. 


Paulding 

Perry 




1 18 




469 
913 
518 


619 


1 


511 

843 




.* 494 
.1 737 


Pickaway 






852 1 i 

517 1 

i 843 1. 

1 472 !. 




Pike 






436 1 44.") 


Portage 


548 
325 


737 
331 


817 ' 


Preble 




419 


Putnam 


1,488 
858 
105 
784 


1,644 
912 


1 


1,566 1-312 


Hichland 






1*83 '. 

727";. 

i 


853 
58*1* 

a37* 

1,046 




J 865 

.! m 

. **"i,bS 

841 


1^088 




3 


221 


Sanduskv 




811 


Scioto 


336 


342 


671 


Seneca 


706 
914 


847 


Shelby 







951 1 




Stark 


109 
1,315 
2,943 

803* 


96 

1,545 

3,452 

, 




299 . 


327 


Summit 






1,719 . 
3,612 . 


1 399 1 


Trumbull 








2,904 L 

i 752 

936 1 

48 1 


Tuscarawas 


810 


789 


1 


748 


Union 


962 
4 


1,066 '. 

1 63 L 

320 1 1 


Van Wert 


105 
352 




Vinton 




292 




.1 «74 
L 


Warren 


1,776 
367 


1,812 
70 




2,001 L 
259 1. 

285*. 

864 . 


1,886 
309 


Washington 

Wayne 








478 


494 


395 




866 

L 


Wil iams 


133 
586 


236 
797 




331 


Wood 








939 


Wvandot 


630 


604 


583 




681 
29,298 














Total majorities 
Net majorities 


52,328 
17,129 


35,199 


66,321 
19,207 


37,114 


68,867 1 
34,227 


34,640 


55,955 
26,662 

1. 

jtion 16 
1880. 


Ay 


rALYSIS 
Kinties. 


OF VO' 


IE < 


3FC 
Gai 

d 

s 

a 


)HIO FOR 1880 AND 188 

ns and losses October ele< 
pared with vote of 


181 com- 


Cc 


Republican loss. 


l! 

i 

1- 


Democratic loss. 


Aggregate gain. 


1 

9 

1 

< 
510 


Adams 




1 
159 ! ' 


Allen 




.;.' 21 


4 
9 
5 

Q 


■::::::::i 


296 


' 


Ashland 




... 31 
..., 1,38 


244 
738 
429 




m 


Ashtabula 






2,123 

1,138 

740 


Athens 




J 70 






Auglaize 


30 




710 





ELECTION STATISTICS. 331 

Analysis op Vote op Ohio bOR 1880 and 1881— Continued. 



Gains and losses October election 1881 vom- 
pare<i with vote of 1880. 



Counties. 






3 



Bdmont. ... 

&own 

Batter 

Cbrroll 

Gbiunpaign., 

CUu-ke 

Germont..... 



Gdambiana . 
Oodiocton.... 

Crawford 

Gayahoga ^.. 

Dtfke 

Defiance 

Ddaware 

ftie.. 



Fairfield .. 
Fijette .... 
?ttnklin .. 

I^ilton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey.. 
Hamilton.. 
Hancock .. 

Hardin 

Hanison .. 

Henry 

Hi^fand.. 
Hocking.... 
Hdmes .... 

Quon 

Jadson .... 
Jefferson.. 

Knox 

LAe 

Uwrence . 
liddng 

}<««» 

Loiain 

Lucas 

Madison.... 
Mahoning. 

Marion 

Medina .... 
Meigs 






780 
399 

6n 

14M 
60* 
960 
81 
653 

1,267 
317 
675 

5,087 
645 
172 
338 
598 
461? 
376 
864 
516 
480 
480 
944 
318 

5,722 
74 
243 
313 
206 
307 
270 
181 
723 
110 
445 
240 
613 

8as 
455 

514 

775 
1,761 
296 
742 
290 
396 
700 



Democratic gain. 


1 

1 


1 ■ 

<3 i 




850 
834 
925 

111 
438 















i 






62 


62 




645 
447 
949 
289 
643 

4,009 
997 
612 
428 
346 
453 
420 

1.174 
5155 
479 
215 
492 
389 

6,269 
149 
151 
320 
477 
453 
200 
4(^ 
336 
368 
2.-15 

2m 

372 
7H1 
440 
5B8 
6:^6 
474 
2V^ 
6^)4 

4m 

59<i 

































l"'^"""" 


1 






















3 


• 






















































1 


L„ 




,1 

































to 



1,630 

1,233 

1,317 

260 

1,042 

960 

626 

1,100 

2,216 

606 

1,418 

9,096 

1,642 

784 

766 

944 

915 

796 

2,038 

1,081 

959 

695 

1,436 

707 

11,991 

223 

394 

633 

683 

760 

550 

641 

1,059 

478 

700 

496 

985 

1,594 

895 

1,052 

1,411 

2,235 

508 

1,406 

627 

832 

1,290 



332 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Analysis op Vote of Ohio for 1880 and 1881— Continued. 



Counties. 



Mercer 

Miami ......... 

Monroe 

Montgomery, 

Morgan 

Morrow,..,.... 
Miiikiiigum ,. 

Noble 

Ottawa.. 

Fauldiug 

Perry ..- 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage , 

Preble 

Putnam, 

BichlantV 

Ross «,» 

Sandusky .,„. 

Scioto 

Seneca. 

Shelby 

fitark 

Summit 

Trumbull..,.. 
Tuscarawas.. 

Union 

Van Wert,„, 

Vinton 

Warren 

Waebington . 

Wayne,,* 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 

Totals 



Gaina and losses October election 1881 com- 
pared with vote of 1680. 



I 



89 



§■ 

OS 



187 

mi 

364 
896 
278 
22% 
618 
90 



306 
4tH 

^86 
510 
43d 
466 
322 
6&d 
332 
499 
693 
1,570 
622 
480 

m 

127 

558 
619 
483 
266 
546 
353 

32,476 



O 

I 



3 

444 
601 
1^71 
1,645 
270 
26T 
606 
187 
360 
46 
16 
5^7 
280 
648 
423 
605 
523 
642 
350 
638 
474 
462 
640 
470 
090 
613 
448 
96 
166 
6S8 
8^ 
603 
376 
7H8 
277 



52,430 I 161 



l 



use 
ijm 

546 
47V 

2» 
606 
109 
16 
013 
486 
l^ 
757 

mi 

im 

m 

184 

I4di 

1,161 

2,669 

1,135 

1W 

m 
m 

MSI 
l,4ftl 

ijoes 

660 
630 

e4j»ii 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



333 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR GOVERNOR AT THE ELECTION HELD 
OCTOBER 11, 1881, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Coanties. 



I 

I 



I 
I 



a 



oi 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Aflbtabala ... 

Athens 

Anglaue .... 

Bebnont 

ftx>wn 

Butler.. 

Carroll 

Champaign. 

Clarke 

Qermont.... 

Qioton 

Celnrobiana 
Coshocton... 
Crawford.... 
Cajahoga ... 

Darke ., 

Defiance .... 
Delaware.... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey.... 
Hamilton.... 
Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrr « 

H^hland.... 
Hocking...... 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson. 

Jefferson .... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence.... 

licking 

Lo^m ......... 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 



2,467 
2,558 
2,354 
5,281 
2,857 
1.531 
4,(>7l 
2,698 
3,187 
2,042 
3,392 
5,164 
3,880 
3,179 
5,077 
2,416 
1,967 

15,943 
3,312 
1,740 
3,0()6 
2,985 
2,656 
2,453 
8,277 
2,322 
2,928 
2,516 
3,880 
2,954 

28,611 
2,716 
3,174 
2,380 
1,439 
3,306 
1,461 
1,096 
3,680 
2,610 
3,896 
3,155 
2,271 
3,596 
3,636 
3,171 
4,647 
5,064 
2,300 



2,610 
3,464 
2,908 
1,389 
1,817 
2,670 
4,527 
3,438 
5,393 
1,430 
2,421 
4,227 
3,932 
1,762 
3,229 
3,119 
3,608 

11,103 
4,;^41 
2,451 
2,643 
2,960 
4,348 
1,717 
8,822 
1,230 
1,826 
590 
2,000 
2,213 

25,160 
2,985 
2,969 
1,756 
2,238 
3,135 
2,125 
2,691 
2,632 
1,794 
2,630 
3,169 
720 
2,047 
5,094 
1,879 
2,098 
5,272 
2,130 



21 




334 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Abstract of Votes Cast for Governor, etc.— Continued. 



Counties. 



Mahoning..... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery- 
Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum .. 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway ..... 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Boss 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas ... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington... 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



I 

1X4 



3 



4,030 

1,862 I 

2,818 I 

3,341 > 

1,148 I 

4,219 I 

1,156 i 

8,846 I 

24226 i 
2,266 
6,184 



1,166 I 

1,374 i 

2,634 I 

2,450 I 

1,482 I 

3,865 ! 

2,805 ! 

1,431 I 
3,417 
4,175 . 

2,446 ' 

3,224 ; 

3,205 ' 

i:844 ; 

6,526 ' 

4,915 i 

5,012 1 

3,374 , 

2,763 ' 

2,506 ' 
1,579 

3,928 ; 

4,044 I 

3,817 , 

2,588 < 

3,578 , 

1,963 I 






o 



3,390 
2,589 
1,694 
2,212 
2,710 
3,088 
2,536 
8,939 
1,836 
1,885 
4,947 
1,906 
2,141 
1,356 
3,128 
3,187 
1,927 
2,648 
2,386 
2,743 
4,282 
3,954 
3,338 
2,563 
4,273 
2,685 
6,199 
3,516 
2,108 
4,126 
1,827 
2,458 
1,863 
2,042 
3,735 
4,183 
2,267 
2,639 
2,644 



> 
^ 

^ 

5 



a 
g 



Totals.. 



I 312,735 i 288,426 I 16,697 

I ! I 



CO 

a 



II 



142 


24^ 

1 
20 




198 

91 

288 


1 
1 


137 


12 
29 
99 
69 
20 
51 
84 

180 
7 
7 

845 




276 




102 

219 





166 
228 


2 


187 




60 




88 




63 
49 




131 




73 


50 
70 




116 
229 


1 


139 


28 

2 

7 

99 

114 

115 

3 

255 

309 

187 

74 




326 




160 




141 




41 
276 


1 


116 
239 




349 
439 
268 


ici" 


284 




64 


6 
. 7 

2 

190 

17 

345 

177 

1 




32 




116 
111 





402 
126* 





183 




184 





188 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



335 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, AT THE 
ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 11, 1881, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams^ 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ash tabula- 
Athens 

Auglaize 

BeuDont 

Brown ~ 

Butler .« 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

dermont 

Clinton.. 

Columbiana 
Coshocton... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga.... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware — 

Erie... 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey .... 
Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Htfdin. 

Harzison 

Henry... 

HighLand-... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron... 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence. .. 
Ii<^ng 

f^««n •• 

Loram... 

Lucas 





c 


rs 


s 


u 


c 


JS 




zj 


H-. 



tf 



s 



I !5 






2,453 


2,615 


60 


2,673 


3,462 


113 


2,357 


2,913 


132 


5,309 


1,387 


178 


2,949 


1,715 


222 


1,527 


2,675 


36 


4,696 


4,520 


92 


2.697 


3.414 


40 


3,183 


5,412 


125 


2,0H() 


1,414 


141 


3,413 


2,4(j9 


226 


5,325 


4,128 


714 


3,881 


3,943 


90 


3,191 


1,759 


270 


5,098 


3,209 


182 


2,455 


3,113 


96 


1,950 


3,622 


262 


16,076 


10,924 


369 


3,307 


4,244 


193 


1,739 


2,454 


65 


3,083 


2,647 


360 


3,056 


2,909 


135 


2,670 


4,340 


221 


2,466 


1,719 


146 


8.288 


8,8a3 


409 


2,334 


1,222 


223 


2,941 


1,834 


77 


2,527 


590 


19 


3,942 


1,974 


355 


2,958 


2,213 


270 


27,712 


25,935 


421 


2,729 


3,002 


169 


3,197 


2,972 


290 


2,380 


1,753 


270 


1,447 


2,236 


76 


3,311 


3,142 


299 


1,474 


2,121 


64 


1,0.50 


2,689 


154 


3,772 


2,594 


294 


2,634 


1,776 


81 


3,872 


2,623 


67 


3,171 


3,163 


219 


2,280 


716 


30 


3,605 


2,050 


69 


3,635 


5,112 


138 


3,213 


1,862 


332 


4,765 


2,120 


161 


5,206 


5,046 


297 




336 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Abstract of Votes Cast fob LiBUTENANT-GrovERNOB, xro. — Crontinued. 



Ck)untieti* 



Madison 

Mahoning... 

Marion » 

Medina 

Meiga. 

Mercer *..»" 

Miami.. ^ 

Monroe ,**,.. 
Montgomery 

Morgan * 

Morrow ...,.- 
Muakingum 

Noble... 

Ottawa 

Paalding 

Perry 

Pickaway .-. 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble.» 

Putnam 

Richland 

Robs -... 

Sandusky ... 

Scioto 

Seneca, 

Shelby » 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull..... 
TuBcarawae.. 

Union 

Van Wert ... 
Vinton .,.*... 
Warren ...... 

Washington, 
Wayne ...... 

WillianiB 

Wood 

Wyandot .,,. 

Totals... 



I 



2,299 
4,109 
1,866 
2,630 



MS4 
4,226 
1,149 
8,867 

2,240 
2^78 
5,134 
2,188 
1,478 
1,406 
2,794 
2,457 
1,477 
3,391 
2,a04 
1,424 
3,452 
4,199 
a,661 
3,237 
3,371 
l,B47 
6,640 

5,ioa 

3,391 
2,773 
3,602 
1,B07 
3,946 
4,051 

3y817 

2,608 
3,615 

1,982 



o 



I 



2431 
3,365 
2,591 

1,689 
3,176 
2,710 
3,068 
2,538 
8,967 
1,826 
1,877 
4,976 
1,903 
2,135 
1,353 
2,972 
3,190 
1,932 
2,541 
2,3^ 
2,760 
4,286 
3,948 
3,321 
2,646 
4,197 
2,676 
6^10 
3,622 
2,176 
4,117 
1,80^ 
2,462 
1,843 
2,037 
3,739 
4.204 
2,263 
2,633 
2,622 



> 

I 



297 

131 



243 

143 

276 

110 

202 

166 

230 

136 

69 

35 

66 

4a 

122 
73 
120 
231 
142 
314 
183 
128 
34 
258 
123 
233 
362 
438 
262 
296 
69 
29 
114 
109 
887 
112 
173 
178 



314,100 I 288,266 I 16,127 



s 



Q 



1 

242 

1 

20 



11 
29 
102 
68 
20 
52 

m 

186 
7 
7 

dOfi 



60 
71 



28 

2 

7 

97 

117 

103 

4 

266 

298 

207 

74 



6 

7 

2 

194 

16 

841 

178 



6,360 



■c 
5 



I 

34 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



337 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, AT 
THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 11, 1881, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashbind 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaixe 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler.. 

Carroll 

Champaigii 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana.. 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke.. 

Defiance .• 

Delaware 

Erie« 

Fairfield 

Fiiyette 

Franklin 

Fulton - 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene ~ ■ 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv« 

Highland 

Hc^king.. 

Holmes.... 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lncas ~ 

Madison 

22 8. 8 



o 

to 

2 



o 



2,468 
2,572 
2,357 
5,302 
2,966 
1,632 
4,693 
2,694 
8,131 
2,072 
3,414 
6,334 
3,888 
3,192 
5,128 
2,462 
1,944 
16,183 
3,30(> 
1,741 
3,098 
3,081 
2,Ho8 
2,4(>8 
8,211 
. 2.336 
2,978 
2,527 
3,952 
2,964- 
29,254 
2,735 
3,208 
2,383 
1,445 
3,310 
1,496 
l.(«5 
3,771 
2.632 
3,930 
3,178 
2,280 
3,601 
3.6!es 
3,212 
4.1M 
5,267 
2,296 









2,618 
3,465 
2,916 
1,376 
1,707 
2,683 
4,511 
3,448 
5,457 
1,413 
2,405 
4,127 
3,939 
1,761 
3,208 
3,111 
3,626 

10,808 
4,244 
2,456 
2,643 
2.884 
4,a50 
1,718 
9,045 
1,221 
1,801 
589 
1,974 
2,216 

24,459 
3,003 
2,986 
1,753 
2,237 
3,142 
2,121 
2,701 
2,592 
1,773 
2,605 
3,161 

6a3 

2,047 
5,115 
1,862 
2,122 
5,008 
2,134 






68 
113 
130 
184 
221 

34 
104 

40 
126 
139 
230 
714 

84 
263 
180 

267 
377 
195 

63 
372 
134 
220 
143 
369 
223 

72 

18 
361 
265 
445 
168 
281 
271 

74 
297 

61 
150 
299 

84. 

75 
216 

80 

70 
145 
341 
168 
298 
297 






o 



a 



03 



1 

46 








231 

278 

6 

64 

12 


! 


i 


i 




30 




27 




49 





254 




3 




507 








53 




48 
50 


21 


46 








94 




3 




3 




(52 
71 


18 


7 




37 








22 




79 




25 








8 




28 




1 




176 








115 




25 
24 


3 


43 




154 

5 




46 




24 




49 




453 




1 





338 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Abstract op Votbs Cast for Judge of the Suprkme Court, etc. — Continued. 



CounticH. 



i 5 

! I 

I J 












o 






c 



x; 



Mahoning 4,114 

Marion 1»^^ 

Medina 2,829 

Meigs , 3,391 

Mercer ! 1,130 

Miami ' 4,221 

Monroe 1.149 

Moiilk^tnu'ry 8,876 

Mor^iiT^ I 2,242 

Morrow ' 2,276 

Muskingum i 6,133 

Noble 2,188 

Ottawa i 1,179 

Paulding ^ ' 1,390 

Perry 2,812 

Pickaway 2,4f>0 

Pike , 1,478 

Portage - ' 3,380 

Preble I 2,803 

Putnam I 1.426 

Richland 3,434 

Rdas 4,192 

Sanduskv 2,5i)6 

Scioto...: I 3,248 

Seneca = 3,375 

Shclln- 1.856 

Stark." «.54:^ 

Summit ' 4,929 

Trumbull M05 

Tuscarawas 3^391 

Union 2,a50 

Van Wert 2,506 

Vinton 1,^«7 

Warren 3,952 

Washington 4,053 

Wavne i 3,826 

WMUiams 2,610 

Wood 3,623 

Wyandot 1,979 

Totals ' 316,005 



3,347 
2,597 
1,691 
2,172 
2,714 
3,086 
2,533 
8,a53 
1,827 
1,876 
4,968 
1,894 
2,136 
1,352 
2,960 
3,190 
1,934 
2,541 
2,389 
2,747 
4.286 
3,964 
3,320 
2,547 
4,195 
2,685 
6,215 
3,520 
2,076 
4,119 
1,782 
2,466 
1,849 
2,034 
3,740 
4,204 
2,267 
2,630 
2,621 



129 

201 

90 

249 

142 

284 

110 

201 

163 

233 

135 

61 

35 

52 

39 

119 

73 

121 

229 

145 

312 

128 

127 

36 

259 

112 

227 

367 

447 

261 

293 

63 

29 

116 

110 

380 

104 

169 

174 



232 

1 

20 



286,650 i 16,090 



11 
29 

102 
68 
20 
51 
83 

188 
7 
7 

381 



51 
71 



28 
1 

97 
118 


: : j : 

Mil 


109 




4 

256 

297 

196 

74 


■••••••••• 

i i« 


6 
7 
2 


! 

! 


193 




16 




340 




178 


' i 



6,495 



71 



KLECTION STATISTICS. 



339 



AB8TRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, AT THE ELEC- 
TION HHLD OCTOBER 11, 1881, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Coanties. 



AdamB. 

AUen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula ... 

Athens 

Aoglaixe 

Belmont 

Brown 

BttUer 

Carroll 

Champaign. 

Clarke 

Clermont...., 

Clinton.. 

Colambiana 
Coebocton ... 
Crawford ..... 
Coyaboga ... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware.... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin ... 

Foiton 

Gallia 

<jeauga« 

Greene 

(iaemaey 

Hamilton 

Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

HighJand 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson. 

Jefferson .... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence.... 

Licking ^ 

I>Jgan 

Lorain 

Locas 

Madison 



o 



2,462 
2,577 
2,357 
5,311 
2,970 
1,527 
4,708 
2,696 
3,201 
2,071 
3,424 
5,350 
3,892 
3,211 
5,127 
2,463 
1,946 

16,181 
3,307 
1,743 
3,091 
?,093 
2,675 
2,469 
8.412 
2,333 
2,942 
2,527 
3,964 
2,968 

28,633 
2,735 
3,022 
2,383 
1.439 
3,3(i8 
1,488 
1,044 
3,778 
2,635 
3,943 
3,180 
2,278 
3,605 
3,636 
3,217 
4,765 
5,201 
2,300 



s 
o 

O 
M 



2,616 
3,464 
2,920 
1,376 
1,705 
2,682 
4,512 
3,449 
5,395 
1,411 
2,410 
4,120 
3,940 
1,761 
3,211 
3,112 
3,624 

10,807 
4,244 
2,455 
2,662 
2,876 
4,349 
1,716 
8,786 
1,223 
1,842 
589 
1,976 
2,215 

25,160 
3,007 
3,187 
1,751 
2,238 
3,140 
2,117 
2,701 
2,594 
1,773 
2,606 
3,166 
716 
2,052 
5,111 
1,867 
2,122 
5,028 
2,132 



Q 



55 

98 
127 
178 
222 

33 

94 

39 
118 
140 
225 
694 

81 
252 
179 

93 
261 
372 
191 

64 
366 ; 
132 i 
215 •! 
142 I 
357 
224 

71 

19 
348 
263 
403 
176 
244 
272 I 

74 I 
292 

61 i 
151 
292 

82 I 

70 I 
210 

31 
.69 
141 
332 
165 i 
297 
308 I 



d 

M 



00 

a 
c 



1 




46 








229 




272 




6 





63 
12 




2 






30 





27 




49 




255 
3 


1 


508 








53 




43 
50 


28 


46 








94 




3 




3 




60 
71 


24 


7 




37 








22 




78 
25 




1 







8 





28 




1 




176 








115 




25 
21 


3 


41 
121 


1 


4 




47 




23 




49 




457 




1 





340 



annuaj. kkport secretary of state. 



Abstract op Votes Cast for Attobney-Gsnxral, bic. — Continaed. 



Counties. 



Mahoning.... 

Marion 

Medina 

Mei^s 

Mertter 

Miami 

Monroe" 

Montgomery. 

Morj^n 

Morrow 

Muskingum . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky ! 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tu.^carawas... 

Union 

Van Wert .... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washingtx^n . 

Wayne 

Williams 

W^ood 

Wyandot 





^ 




9 

2 


■g 


-a 


a 


^ 


^ i 


^ 


5 


!z; 


1> ! 


d 


^ 


i 


^ ! 


^ 


TJ 


-§• 


8 ' 


2 


% 


s 


o 1 


(X. 


Q 


o 


4,114 


3,344 


128 


248 


1,866 : 


2,600 


196 


1 


2,829 1 


1,691 


89 


20 


3.405 


2,173 
2,716 


237 




1,133 ! 


141 


ii 


A,Z'l% I 


3,088 


275 


30 


1,150 


2,532 


110 


102 


8,8r7 


8,945 


197 


69 


2,245 1 


1,826 


162 


20 


2,293 ' 


1,876 


227 


60 


5.141 ! 


4,964 


128 


82 


2,18C 


1,903 


61 


186 


1,176 ; 


2,139 


35 


7 


1,891 1 


1,352 


49 


7 


2,818 


2,961 


86 


386 


2,4H5 


3,189 


120 




1,478 


1,934 


60 


51 


3,391 


2,540 


119 


71 


2,805 ' 
1,427 


2,393 


228 




2,743 


143 


27 


3,426 . 


4,300 


309 


1 


4,223 


3,949 


122 


7 


2,568 


3,320 


129 


97 


3,254 


2,536 


29 


117 


3,380 


4,193 


255 


104 


1.870 


2,685 


21 


4 


6,547 


6,217 


224 


269 


4,938 - 


3,519 


358 


297 


5,113 


2,170 


439 


206 


3,386 


4,129 


256 


73 


2,773 


1,810 


292 




2,508 


2,464 


63 


6 


1,596 


1,845 


29 


7 


3,958 


2,035 


107 


2 


4,055 


3,738 


109 


198 


3,832 


4,210 


370 


16 


2,616 


2,267 


102 


339 


3,625 


2,633 


167 


178 


1,982 


2,625 


172 


" 



Totals 315,655 287,470 , 15,612 \ 6,482 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



341 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR TREASURER OF STATE. AT THE ELECTION 
HELD OCTOBER 11, 1881, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams- 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabnla.... 

Athens -. 

Aa.'laize 

Belmont 

Brown - 

Batler 

(krroll- 

Cham|>aign.. 

Clarke 

Clermont — 

Clinton «. 

0>lmnbiana . 
Coahocton.... 

Crawford 

Cayfthoga .... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware .... 
Erie.. 



Fairfield ... 
Fayette.... 
Franklin... 

Fulton 

GaUia 

G^uga 

Greene .... 
Guemfley. 
Hamilton.. 
Hancock .. 

Hardin 

Harrison ... 

Henry 

Highund.. 
Hocking — 
Holmes .... 

Hnron 

Jackson .... 
Jefferson .. 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 
Licking ... 

Logan 

Lorain 

Laos 








H 



^ 
o. 



2,459 
2,572 
2,359 
5,312 
2,9tJ7 
1,526 
4,696 
2,696 
3,198 
2,073 
3,434 
5,342 
3.890 
3,21)6 
5,129 
2,464 
1,945 

16,576 
3,308 
1,741 
3,130 
3,083 
2,671 
2,472 
8,381 
2,338 
2,943 
2.628 
3,964 
2,969 

28,724 
2,736 
3,213 
2,383 
1,443 
3,316 
1,488 
1,045 
3,776 
2,634 
3,941 
3,182 
2,278 
3,604 
3,640 
3,225 
4,769 
5,234 



^ 



§ 



2,617 
3,467 
2,922 
1,376 
1,705 
2,683 
4,510 
3,449 
5,405. 
1,411 
2,316 
4,125 
3,943 
1,763 
3,207 
3,112 
3,629 

10,370 
4,244 
2,456 
2,615 
2,897 
4,350 
1,713 
8,784 
1,221 
1,840 
587 
1,977 
2,217 

25,120 
3,012 
2,978 
1,753 
2,237 
3,143 
2,118 
2,700 
2,595 
1,778 
2,603 
3,166 
717 
2,049 
5,116 
1,860 
2,119 
6,021 



S 

9 

i. 



56 
102 
128 
176 
222 

32 
101 



70 
210 
30 
69 
140 
334 
163 



5 



s 
C 



1 

47 








230 
272 

64 
12 








2 




30 




27 
49 


88 


1 265 






116 1 


25 , 

24 ;.. 


3 


41 1 


121 ! 


4 1 :::::::! 


47 


24 


49 


467 ! 



342 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATEl. 

Abstract of Votes Cast for Treasurer of State, etc. — Continued. 



I 



-2 I 



Counties. 



c 



Madison | 2.297 

Mahoning ^ i 4,116 

Marion , 1,866 

Medina. ' 2,828 

Meigs 3,401 

Mercer 1.132 

Miami 4,230 

Monroe 1,1^0 

Montgomery ' 8,877 

Morgan I 2,246 

Morrow i 2,286 

Muskingum 6,186 

Noble I 2,185 

Ottawa I 1,179 

Paulding i 1,391 

Perry 2,808 

Pickaway 2,447 

Pike 1,478 

PortHge 3,399 

Preble 2,807 

Putnam 1,424 

Richland 3,427 

Ross 4,212 

Sandusky 2,5<>9 

Scioto 1 3,253 

Seneca i 3,375 

Shelby 1,856 

Stark 6,542 

Summit ' 4.9()6 

Trumbull 5,115 

Tusiiarawas 3,389 

Union 2,769 

Van Wert 2,506 

Vinton 1,597 

Warren 3,956 

Washington 4,052 

Wavne 3,830 

Williams 2,616 

Wood 3,609 

Wyandot 1,969 

Totals 316,232 



o 

e 
o 



2.132 
3,347 
2,596 
1,692 
2,173 
2,716 
3,086 
2,534 
8,958 
1,826 
1,874 
4,970 
1,903 
2,136 
1,356 
2,959 
3,188 
1,934 
2,620 
2,391 
2,746 
4,292 
3,949 
3,316 
2,534 
4,197 
2,682 
6,216 
3,475 
2,169 
4,120 
1,811 
2,464 
1,842 
2,032 
3,740 
4,207 
2.269 
2,633 
2,623 



9 

JZ 

s 

s 

i. 



296 
127 
200 

90 
237 
141 
273 
109 
189 
162 
227 
130 

61 

36 

48 

86 
119 

71 
120 
222 
143 
810 
122 
128 

29 I 
267 i 
111 
231 
414 
440 



68 
29 
109 
109 
874 
102 
166 
174 



1 



o 

5 



^ 



4-1 



286,591 I 16,842 



1 

20 


i 


ii 




80 
102 





76 




20 
52 
88 


■•••••••• 


188 

7 





7 




888 








51 
71 








28 




1 




7 
96 




117 




104 




4 

256 

296 

206 

75 


i 






6 




7 




2 




194 




16 
339 
178 







6,487 



KLECTION 8TATI8TIC8. 



343 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 
WORKS, AND TOTAL VOTE, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 
11, 1881, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams 

ADen 

Ashland 

Ashtabala ... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Bemiont 

Brown 

Batlt-r 

CarroU 

CSiampaigH .. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Cliaton 

Colambiana.. 
Coshocton ... 

Crawford 

Cayahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

GaHia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Chiemsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrif«on 

ii*Tury 

Bijthland , 
IWkinLr...... 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 



9 

8 

— ^^. _._ 

2,459 
2,574 
2,360 
5,310 
2,965 
1,525 
4,696 
2,696 
3,180 
2,074 
3,418 
5,346 
3,891 
3,205 
5,129 
2,467 
1,943 

16,331 
3,312 
1,357 
3,103 
3,081 
2,667 
2,472 
8,268 
2,341 
2,942 
2,526 
3,966 
2,963 

28,679 
2,736 
3,214 
2,384 
1,404 
3,323 
1,490 
1,044 
3,779 
2,635 
3,940 
3,180 
2,280 
3,606 
3,637 
3,216 
4,769 



2,616 

3,466 

2,921 

1,374 

1,704 

2,678 

4,511 

3,449 

5,394 

1,409 

2,421 

4,129 

3,942 

1,759 

3,208 

3,105 

3,622 
10,766 

4,239 

2.818 

2,646 

2,889 

4,349 

1,717 

8,861 

1,223 

1,840 
589 

1,977 

2,222 
25,183 

3,004 

2,974 

1,751 

2,254 

3.133 

2.115 

2,704 

2,593 

1,773 

2,606 

3,165 
715 I 

2,048 I 

5,101 

1,863 

2,123 i 






56 
103 
127 
177 
221 

38 
102 

39 
115 
139 
224 
701 

82 
258 
176 

95 
263 
368 
190 

64 
365 
131 
216 
141 
374 
215 

71 

18 
349 
264 
419 
179 
271 
271 

73 
292 

61 
149 
292 

83 

69 
212 

30 

70 
141 
331 
160 



d 












1 fc 




o 




S 






tD 


H-3 


C 


b 




1 a 




^ 


o8 1 


X 


s 


1 
46 








232 




272 

6 

64 






1 1 


12 


1 




30 
27 
49 








255 
3 

508 










53 




41 


26 i 


49 




41 








94 




3 




3 




61 


1 



71 

7 
37 




o 

> 



a 

a 

e2 



5,150 
6,214 
5,449 
7,132 
5,188 
4,255 
9,395 
6.216 
8,736 
3,657 
6,079 

10,248 
8,199 
6,236 
9,041 
5,672 
5,915 

27,678 
7,820 
4,325 
6,131 
6,212 
7,229 
4,348 

17,686 
3,856 
4,877 
3,180 
6,490 
5,482 

54,581 
5,951 
6,492 
4,427 
3,806 
6,782 
3,862 
3,908 
6,794 
4,519 
6,665 
6,619 
3,154 
5,742 
8,966 
5,469 
7,107 



344 ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRBTABY OF 8TATR. 

Abstbact of Votiw cast for Mbmbeb op the Board op Public Works, etc. -Continaed. 



CountieR. i 2 

i ff 
•2 



I 

Lucas 5,183 

Madison , 2,298 

Mahoning j 4,116 

Marion 1,865 

Medina ! 2,831 

Meigs I 3,405 

Mercer ' 1,117 

Miami 4.158 

Monroe 1.150 

Montgomery 8,868 

Morgan 2,243 

Morrow 2,288 

MuBktngum 5,134 

Noble 2,183 

Ottawa 1,179 

Paulding ., 1,282 

Perry , 2,818 

Pickaway 2,468 

Pike 1,482 

Portage 3,395 

Preble 2,7»8 

Putnam 1,427 

Richland 3,440 

Ross 4,205 

Sandusky 2,566 

Scioto ...'. 3,254 

Seneca 3,376 

Shelby I,a56 

Stark 6,521 

Summit 5.217 

Trumbull ; 5,108 

Tuscarawas 3,409 

Union i 2,775 

Van Wert 2,506 

Vinton ' 1,596 

Warren 3,945 

Washington ! 4,056 

Wayne I 3,830 

Williams I 2,615 

Wood ' 3,627 

Wyandot \ 1,987 

TotalH 315,459 



2 
o 

c 
ja 
o 



5,121 
2,15a 
3,343 
2,597 
1,691 
2,173 
2,695 
3,160 
2,535 
8.951 
1,827 
1,873 
4,966 
1,901 
2,132 
1,482 
2,963 
3.188 
1,926 
2,539 
2,395 
2,743 
4,285 
3,966 
3,320 
2,542 
4,188 
2,684 
6,228 
3,234 
2,175 
4.104 
1,810 
2,464 
l,a44 
2.047 
3.735 
4,204 
2.272 
2,628 
2,623 



> 

08 

Q 

a 



296 
274 
127 
198 

88 
237 
186 
2a5 
110 
156 
162 
227 
126 

61 

ao 

36 

43 
116 

72 
119 
2-20 
139 
297 
121 
129 

29 
257 
109 
228 
345 
4 
264 
292 

61 

29 
109 
109 
S7Z 

96 
166 
172 



i 



fc 

o 



a 



424 

1 

246 

1 

20 



11 

30 

102 

67 

20 

51 

82 

186 

7 

6 

385 

5 

51 

71 



28 



7 

97 

118 

104 

4 

2VS 

286 

206 

74 



6 

7 

2 

193 

16 

338 

178 



be 
c 
C 



12 



434 



5 
o 

> 



c 

9 
G 

3 



11,014 
4,783 
7,857 
4,681 
4,643 
6,826 
4,020 
7,627 
4,002 

18,136 
4,260 
4,465 

10,345 



3,372 
2,700 



5.787 
3,541 
6,140 
5,413 
4,347 
8,026 
8,332 
6,125 
6,077 
7,274 
4,647 
13,348 
9,133 
7,949 
7,856 
4,890 
5,062 
3,486 
6,116 
8,080 
8,445 
5,315 
6,621 
4,804 



287,645 ' 15,255 



6,438 



477 627,002 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



345 



ABOTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR SENATORS IN THE «5th GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 11, 1881. 

FIRST DISTRICT — Hamilton Qjunty. 



Republicans. 



Votes. 



Julias Dexter 28,051 

Loais Ballauf 28,369 

Walker M. Yeatman 27,719 

Nationals. 

Milford Spohn 96 

John Ehman 120 

Horace Chidester 88 



Democrats. 



Edward P. Bradstreet . 
James M. Armstrong... 
George E. Gault 



Majorities. 

Dexter over. Bradstreet 

Ballauf ovat Gault 

Yeatman over Armstrong . 



Votes. 



26,098 
25,303 
26,687 



1,953 
1,682 
2,416 





Counties. 


SECOND DISTRICT. 






— 


L. G. 

Anderson. 

3,243 
4,051 


Georjre F. 
Elliott. 


Btttler 




5,348 
1,897 


Warren 










::;::::::::::::;::::;: 


Totals 

Majority... 


7,294 
49 

UCT. 

John R. 
Brownell. 


7,245 






THIRD DI8TI 






Counties. 


George A 
Grove. 



R.M. 

Mitchell. 



41 



41 



Montgomery 8,863 

Preble j 2,822 

Totals : 11,675 

Majority I 377 



8,926 
2,372 



John W. 
Leas. 



194 



11,298 



420 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Clermont 

Brown , 

Totals 

Majority 



William H. 
Evans. 


John E. 
Myers. 


Elias R. 
Duckwall. 


3,891 
2,711 


3,943 
3,429 


298 
10 


1 6,602 


7,372 
770 


806 







346 



ANNUAL KEPOKT SKCRETARY OF STATK. 



zz sr _^ 


FIFTH DISTKICT. 

Counties. 


Coates 
Kinney. 


George 
Truman. 


Greene 




3,894 
3,280 
2,491 


1,967 
1,777 
1,729 


Clinton 


Fayette - 






Totals 


9,665 
4,172 


6,493 


Majority 








SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Counties. 


Samuel H. 
Hurst. 

3,459 
8,852 






WiUiam BL 
Reed. 


Highland 




3,224 
4,884 


Ross 








Totals 


7,311 


7,558 
247 


Majority „. 






SEVENTH DISTRICT. 








Counties. 


1 J.K.Pol- 
lard. 

1 

i 

1 2,546 
I 1,632 
' 3.300 
j 2,696 


James M. 
Penisten. 


Adams 




2,542 


Pike 




1,915 
2,551 


Scioto 




Jackson 




1,763 








Totals 


; 10,074 
1,303 


1 8,771 


Maioritv 








1 


. 


EIGHTH DISTRICT. 






Counties. 


1 1 

Wm. C. H. ' A. L. Rus- 
N'eedham. | sell. 


' Oscar F. 
' Muse. 


1 
D. Locke. 


Tjflwrpncp 


' 3,598 2,028 

1 2,961 ' 1,808 


r 

61 

1 




Gallia 


44 


Meij?s 

Vinton 


i 3,382 2,359 

1 1,569 , 1,815 






i 69 








Totals 

Majority 


i 11,510 8,010 

3,500 


130 


44 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
NINTH DISTRICT. 



347 



Coanties. 



Athens 

Hocking 

Fairfield 

Totals.... 
Majority 



J. F. 
Wheeler. 



2,897 
1,643 
2,616 



7,156 



Chas. S. 
Foresman. 



1,720 
1,983 
4,442 



8,145 



John F. 
Blosser. 



268 
140 
408 



806 



TENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Franklin 

Pickaway 

Totals.... 
Majority 



Moses H. 
Neil. 



8,807 
2,519 



11,326 



Horace 
Wilson. 



8,852 
3,174 



11,526 
200 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Moses M. I George 
Sayre. ' Arthur. 



Clarke.. 

Champaign 

Madison 

Totols.... 
Majority 



5,344 
3,384 
2,305 



11,033 
2,311 



4,134 
2,453 
2,135 



8,722 



Burdine 
Blake. 



696 



295 



991 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 

Miami 

Darke 

Shelby.. 

Totals 

Majority 




George W. David K. 
Moore. Gillespie. 



2,839 
4,098 
2,663 


240 


1 


9,600 


241 



348 



ANNUAJi KEPOHT 8ECRKTARY OF STATE. 
TIIIRTEBNTH DISTRICT 



I 



Counties. 



L.M. 
Strong. 



Robert 
Hill. 



logan I 3;J11 1,889 

Union , 2,806 1,819 

Marion I 1,867 2,678 

Hardin I 3,323 ' 2,964 

Totals I 11,206 i 9,260 

Majority ! 1,966 ' 

I ' 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Francis B. i Cleason B. Sparrow 
Pond. Boinnan. Nickerson. 



John S. 
Blosser. 



Monroe (part of in Washington j 22 

Morffan 2,226 

Noble (part of in Washington) 164 

Washington 4,046 

Noble (part of in Morgan) 817 

Totals 7,274 

Majority ! 698 



83 

1,804 

63 







148 

90 


3 


3,772 
864 






28 





6,686 


266 


3 



FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH DISTRICTS. 



Counties. 



1 Samuel J. ' John D. 
I Davis. ' Jones. 



Ebenezer , George 
Pyle. , Hood. 



iK*ui Muskingum i 5, 

l^^^i Perry.... i 2,1 

ifl*u / Delaware 

l^^^i Licking 



5,157 
"846 
3,151 
3,594 



4,965 
2,988 
2,633 
5,137 



87 
260 



42 



836 
122 



Totals 

Majority. 



14,748 



15,723 
975 



379 



463 



SEVENTEENTH AND TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICTS. 



Counties. 



I Thomas B.j Benjamin 
Cun'ngh'm, Eason. 



R. V. B. I Wm. H. 
Pinkerton.; Bricker. 



»^th{&ow" 



f Wavne 



3,185 
2,199 
3,996 



OQ4U ' »*»VIH: I *JyiJiJ\J 

^^^ \ Holmes ' 1,075 



3,162 
1,872 
3,997 
2,691 



Totals 

Majority , 



10,455 ' 11,722 
I 1,267 



197 

228 ' 

273 i 

106 \, 



41 

62 

8 



803 



96 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



349 



EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH DISTRICTS. 



Counties. 



18th / C<^^**<><^to^ 

(Tuscarawas 

r Guernsey 

ia»K J Noble (part of in Guernsey). 
^^^ ] Monroe 

L Noble (part of in Monroe).... 



Totals 

Majority ... 



C. P. 
Simonds. 



2,486 
3,456 
2,984 

480 
1,109 

702 



11,217 



Albert J. 
Pearson. 



3,111 
4,140 
2,177 

394 
2,475 

614 



David K. 
Gillespie. 

19 



JohnijW. 
Martin. 



12,911 
1.694 



21 



217 



217 



Belmont .. 
Harrison . 



Totals 

Majority 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



David A. ' David 
Hollingsworth. | Rankin. 



4,780 
2,561 



7,341 
1,173 



4.451 
1.717 



6.1(>8 



TWKNTY-FIRST DIbTKK T. 



- Counties. 


Edwin N. 
Hartshorn. 

2,058 

6,478 


Robert 8. 
Warwick. 

1,443 ' 
6,307 


J. M. 
Cassell. 


, Uriah 
Thomas. 


Carroll 


132 
175 




Stark 


247 


Totals 

Majority 


8.536 

786 


7,750 


307 


247 



Count ieH. 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 



John M. 



John 



John F. 



Dickinson. McCarrell. Whiteleather. , -^^"^"ng. 



Jefferson 

Columbiana. 

Totals 

Majority 



3,953 
5,153 



2,613 
3,236 



3 
494 



9.106 
3,257 



5,849 I 



497 



350 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Trumbull.. 
Mahoninf; . 



Totals 

Majority 



I Henry B. 
I Perkins. 



9,213 
4.092 



13,305 
4,412 



William 
Shmiek. 



6,526 
3,367 



Robert 
Stranahan. 



8,893 



487 



539 



Samuel T. 
Foster. 



474 
271 



746 



TWENTY-FOURTH AND TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICTS. 



Counties. 



{Ashtabula. 
Lake 
Geauga 

og..f Portage 

'*^**^ I Summit 



Totals 

Majority.. 



' Simon P. 
' Wolcott. 



5,316 
2,289 
2,527 
3,379 
4.894 



18,404 
9,586 



Henry 
Apthorp. 

1,369 

716 

688 

2,527 

3.618 



Orsin S. ' 
St. John. ' 



Mendal 
Jewett. 



8,818 



120 

37 

66 
298 i 



_L 



621 



111 



480 



TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 



County. 



a> a 
to % 



^ 
P^ 



I >^ 



Cuyahoga 16,240 15,924 

Majorities 5,476 5,010 



a 
o 

a 






^ \ ■ ^ 



I- 



10,764 I 10.914 



So 

oj a 



383 



S-2 



465 






35 



TWENTY-SEVENTH AND TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICTS. 



Counties. 



Kollin A. 
Horr. 



Henry L. i William 
McCray. | Burr. 



, Thomas 
1 D. Phillips. 



27th I ^^^^lina.... 
^^^^l Urain .... 
oQ.y. / Ashland... 
^^^^ L Richland . 

Totals 

Majority .. 



2,815 
4,6^K) 
2,398 
3,501 



13,404 

2,508 



1,700 
2,113 

2,878 
4,305 



19 
157 



83 



10996 



269 



49 



49 



KLECTION STATISTICS. 



351 



THIRTIETH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Huron 

Erie 

8&ndusky. 
Ottawa .... 



Totals 

Majority 



I Edmund B. 
I King. 

1 ■ 

3,750 

3,063 
' 2,592 

1,221 



10,626 



H. E. 
O'Hagan. 

2,609 
2,882 
3,307 
2,109 



10,907 
281 



Horace N. 
Straight. 



282 

94 

115 



Horace 
Smith. 



Ill 

90 
96 



491 



297 



THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Seneca 

Oawford 
Wyandot . 



Moses H. 
Kirby. 

4,194 
3,619 
2,628 



Totals 

Majorit.y . 



10,441 ' 
9,833 



Martin 
Deal. 

338 

261 

9 



608 



James H. 
Gillespie. 



THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Allen 

Auglaize ... 
Denance... 

Mercer 

Paulding.. 
Van Wert. 
WilliHins .. 



Totals 

Majorities. 




2,602 
1,521 
2,052 I 
1,116 I 
1,387 1 
2,508 
2,660 , 



2,695 
1,545 
1,863 
1,125 
1,308 
2.506 
2A^ 



13,846 , 18«685 



s 



3,474 
2,697 
2424 
2,687 
l,a38 
2,471 
2,277 






T 



3,476 
2,695 
2,446 
2,722 
1,234 
2,474 
2,275 






14 



2w 



1 a^ 






go 



31 



17,068 17,322 
3.222 3,637 



45 



339 



339 



340 



340 



THIRTY-THIRD DISTRKT. 




352 



ANNUA J. KKPiiKT HKCRKTAKy <>P 8TATJ! , 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRE- 

THE ELECTION HELD 



I 



Republicans. 



Democrat 8. 



Counties. 



Names. 



Vote. 



Names. 



Vote. 



Adams i Jnaie* ^^oNeilan 2,513 

Allen I Morris C. Mumaugh 2,645 

Ashland i William W. Armstrong 2,528 

Ashtabula i Freeman Thorp 5,163 

Athens Charles L. Kurtz 2,576 

Auglaize ' E. M. Piper 1,716 

Belmont 1 Nathan Lynn 4,437 

Brown J. P. Dauj^herty 2,710 

Butler ' Isaac R. Anderson 3,209 

Carroll ; Enoch C. Ross 1,878 

Champaign.... John W. Ogden 3,412 

Clarke i John H. Littler 4,878 

Clermont Nelso*. Stevens 4.082 

Clinton Nathan M. lanton 3,216 

Columbiana ... (ioorjje W. Ix)ve 5,255 

Coshocton J. S. Elliott 2,544 

Crawford Daniel Babst, Jr 2,226 

Cuvahoga , Orlando J. Ilodge 16,173 

.John P. Green 14,677 

Kobert Wallace 16,387 

' Onmon Can! 15,891 

i William Bloch 14,284 

! Fred. H. Dunham 16 2?^5 

Darke i S. A. Greer 3,405 

Defiance and ^ 

Paulding , Lewis S.Gordon 3,628 

Delaware ' .Fohn 8. Jones 3.018 

Erie ' Wells W. Miller 2,919 

Fairfield | .loseph S. Sjtos 2,701 

Favette liurace L. Ihuilev 2,406 

Franklin Hiifus S. Clark..." 8,346 

« Ornngc Sells 8,147 

<ivM)r;rt. T. Spahr 8,204 

Fulton Charles L. Allen ■ 2 340 

(iallia K M. Beman 2,881 

Lake, Geauga.. Isaae N. Flathaw.iy ' 4,720 

(Treene Joseph G. <Jest 4,021 

(iuernsey , lioland S. Frame 2.707 

Hamilton l)\vi;:lit W. Huntintrt<>n 28.6:1.0 

....... Kdmnn<l H. Warren 28,3»>2 

*' Francis B. Kearnev 28,^06 

' Kobert Harlan ". 20,0^1 

William FVet 29.n.s9 

Charles B. Russell ■ 29.038 

Lewis Weiizel 2S,368 

Chester M. F*oor •4/,8>i«> 

William W. Highlands ' 27,7«iO 

HaiTV L. Cooi)er ; 27.920 

Hancock John'L. McKee 2,830 

Hardin , .Mfred K. Rarey 3.251 

Harrison S. B. McGavran 2,278 

Henrv Justin H. Tvler 2.09«> 

Highland J.. I. Tugslev 3,4.r4 

Hocking W. D. Hanjilton 1,588 



James L. Coryell 8^587 

Matthew H. MeCulloaghl 3,460 

Byron Stilwell i 2,756 

S.C.Wilson , 1^ 

B. B. Sheffield 1,787 

G. W. Holbrook 2391 

David Wagner i 4,686 

Robert Cochran ^. 8386 

Frank Cunningham ' 6,148 

John C. Allenon ' 1,488 

Jesse M. Lewis 2,441 

James Johnson, Jr 436t 

James Ingram 8,804 

R T. Trimble ' 1,846 

Jacob F. Campf 8;il6 

Gilbert H. Bargar 3,087 

James E. Cor>' 3.297 

AithurDevine 11,380 

Joseph M.Poe 11.926 

A. G. Uarbaugh 113*8 

H. D. Lathrop ^ 10353 

James Lawrence ln,9d2 

Robert Carnin 10,7«6 

Charles Negley 4fi89 

Vahntine V. Purcell 3,379 

Franklin B. Sprague 2.853 

Joseph Puckrin 3,018 

Kobert L. Sharp 4,126 

vden S. Thompson 1,742 

Benjamin L. Rees ■ 8,814 

.Joseph B. Hall 8,952 

William Bell, Jr 8,977 

Samuel B. Md^in 1.231 

John Sanns 1910 

Franklin Breed , 1,:K)4 

.M.J. Ibriley 1,^19 

.1. A. Tannehill 2,527 

.\. K. Devereaux 2.\923 

.John C-ampbell 25,487 

William H. ('lenemer ... 25.829 

John B. Menke '■ 25.H47 

Jonlan H. Thomas ' 2.5,874 

John J. Sullivan 25,223 

Otto Palm, Jr 25.430 

.John J. fckuilly, Jr -. 2.5.418 

Samuel Smiley I 35,037 

HtMiry C. Traphagen i 25,853 

William H. Wheeler 3,0«2 

William J. Emmons 2,974 

William B. Uw 1,777 

Charles Horning 1,431 

John A. Patterson 3.243 

WilUam A. Wright 2,044 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



353 



SENT ATI VES IN THE SIXTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, AT 
OCTOBER U. 1881. 



Prohibition. 



National Greenback. 



Names. 



Vote. 



Names. 



Vote. 



£. B. Sinn 

D. B. Steward . 



158 
487 



Alexander King 
N. O. Whitmore.. 



229 
224 



J. K. Morris 

Caleb Hole 

George U. Kenned v 
Samuel C. Howell.'.. 



241 

219 Joseph S. Burr .. 

IHl 

777 J. P. Harrington 
Aaron O. Corblv 



11 



48 
259 



<ieorge Bureon.. 



494 



Jauies Paul 

Abnih:ini Teachout 

Alex. .M. (rordon 

Thomas D. Smith .. 

J. B. Knowles.... 

Robert Crreenhalgh.. 

Joseph Lay 

Daniel W. Mate 



236 
4a4 
419 
378 
3ao 
377 
393 
192 



F. Decker 

Nelson E. Prentice 



2:u 



John Flick. 



Elii.-.h Fally 
J. J. Smith... 



52 
53 



Samuel Patters- m 



75 



Henry H. Witter 

William A. Dobyus.. 

Eli J. Williams 

Isaac M. Case 

Oliver B. Varitv 



105 
:i57 
;i37 

57 
197 



Michael Kohr 

Cliarles K. Eberly 

James R. (^lark 

K. Johnson 



HI 
60 
19 
70 



Samuel B. Murphy.. 
Jonah G. Whitaker.. 



222 
17H 



Franklin Paine, Jr 1B4 



Charles M. Hegen 

Andrew Halick 

John Shannon 

Timothy Fitzpatrick.. 
JeivMniali N. O'Leary. 

Joseph F'lanjrliss 

Valentine Slicker 

John IViW'W 

James Mr(inire 

Peter Whitnev 



122 

192 
79 

112 
80 
80 
83 
78 

118 

24H 



John W. Hill 

William Brinkerhoff.. 



213 
319 



23 



H.S. 



S. S. lliinl 

Ki»])*Tt Ciordou. 



1 
146 



354 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Abstract of Votek Cast for Members of the House of Represbmtativbs in the 



Counties. 



Republicans. 
Names. 



Vote. 



Democrats. 
Names. Vote. 



Holmes Alfred Cross 971 

Huron Rollin C. Powers 3,700 

Jackson Robert H. Jones 2,405 

Jefferson Robert Ix)ve 3,089 

Knox William M. Koons 3,386 

Lawrence Leroy W. Ellsworth 3,4oo 

Licking Fames R. Reed 3,H48 

Logan James Walker 3.392 

Lorain George P. Metcalf 4,744 

Lucas Chark'8 B. Holloway 5,155 

" Noah H. Swayne, Jr 5,389 

Madison John F. Ix)cke 2,20« 

Mahoning William B. Pollock 4,094 

Marion Jacob Ho wser 1,942 

Medina A Ivan D. Licey 2,822 

Meigs Emerson P. Bf(K)ks 3,3H2 

Mercer Charles L. Buragc 1 .337 

Miami Michael W. Hays 4,25H 

Monroe J. W. M. Brock 1,12.") 

Montgomery... C. W. Dustin ' 8,830 

... Wilson S Harper 8,839 

Morgan Efias M. Stanberry 2,211 

Morrow James Carlisle 2,200 

Muskingum.... Robert IVice 5,110 

Noble Uimvy K. Smith 2.205 

Ottawa A ugust UH F. Freso 1 ,H<)3 

Perry Henry C (Ireiner 'd.W\ 

Pickawav T;imes Ballard 2,485 

Pike .....' W. W. Spurrier... 1.434 

Portjige Egberts. \Voo<lwortli 3,0H4 

Preble Osrar ShvppHrd 2,<>73 

Putnam C. .M.(rodfrey 1,449 

Richland John G. Walker 3.H3H 

Ross Charles II. Piittor.s.ii 4.:i38 

Similuskv Merlin BuboM-k 2.5;J0 

.S-ioto....'. Daniel McFarlarid, Sr ^ 3.224 

Senera William O. l)ean ' 3,341 

Sli.-lby 1 

Stark Silas A. Conrad <».n29 

Thomas C. Snyder ♦).3M:i 

John Park Alexander 4,09;j 

Stephen Laird 5,079 

.John S. (iraham 3.**04 

Aaron IV Robin.son 2,74<i 

Van \V('rt William T. Huglu^^ 2.579 

Vinton Franci.** Siroiiir 1.747 

WarnMi lames Scott 3.849 

Washington.... T. W. Moore 3;9«9 

Waynt* William P. Vandoorn 4.2S»> 

Williams Charles A. Bowersox 2,29<> 

Wood William il. Wctmon- 3,H17 

Wyandot Samuel Lutz 2,144 



Sunmiit ....;.. 

Trumbull 

Tusrarawas.. 
Uni(m 



George W. Sharp 2,t>42 

W. W. Redfield ' 2,619 

John T. Moore 1,801 

John A. Kithcart 3,154 

William Dunbar 2,886 

Ambrose J. Trumbo 2,261 

Benjamin Brownfield 4,966 

Ira Gwvnn 1,904 

T. B. D'aily 2,108 

Henry Kahlo 6,418 

Luther C. Gibbs 5,328 

Samuel McClintick 2,128 

H. A. Manchester 3,370 

John J. Hopkins 2,494 

L.B. Wilson 1,724 

F. A. Bartley 2,177 

William F. Miller 2,517 

S. W. Maxwell 3,190 

Henry Maurv 2,468 

Charles N.Vallandigham' 9,007 

Simon Brenner 8,W0 

J. V. Conn 1,826 

A. Levering... 1.914 

Edward C. Wortman 6.(tt» 

Thomas Horton* 2,091 

Charles Roose 1,630 

F. J. McKenna 2,731 

David R. Vates 3,200 

Alfred Moore 1,959 

E. P. Hatlield 2,845 

(; H. Eidson 2,531 

Ignatius H. Kahle 2,738 

Robert B. McCrory 4,266 

Joseph Snnth 3,858 

P»»ter Rrady 3,350 

R. H. Havman 2,550 

Amos Decker...., 4.080 

E<lward M. Green 2,799 

F. Mackaman 6,213 

John McBridc 6,254 

Charles Fillins 4,014 

Samuel il March 2,2<» 

H. H.Porter ' 3,718 

.h>hn (iraham I 1,994 

Burritt J. Brotherton i 2,420 

C. \\ Ward 1,686 

J. C. liennett , 2,(^9 

Henrv Bohl « 8,699 

A. M. Armstrong ' 4,064 

s. J(.hu8on ' 2^258 

( larke W. McDonald ; 2,647 

L<»uis A. Brunner.. ■ 2,674 



■ l>i-mi>i!:iT aii'l <;r(nMjliHok ciPi'Jhiii! 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 355 

isIXTY-FlFTH GeNEKAL AtiSEMBLY OF OlUO, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBEB, 11, 1881. 



Prohibition. 



National (jireenback. 



Name». 



Vote. 



Names. 



Vote. 



R. A. Torbert 

S. H.Todd 

R F. Scott 

N.L. Wood 

Amos Clark 

John McMahon.. 
John W. Adams 



126 

289 B. F. Waters 

192 

119 

186 John J. Scribner 

156 

141 B. W. Brand 



109 



30 
47 



C. L. Tambling 156 



William Overturf . 

Frank Kirk 

Justice A. Mouser. 



B53 
105 
159 



Peter J. Rice 

Benjamin L. Rowand.. 
D. U. Trowlnidge 



49 
302 
312 



M. Ui^an 247 



L V. Pickens . 



237 



James E. Little ... 

8.C. Kelley 

John Birch 

H. A. Bellan 

Thomas Williams 

L Taf>er 

J. A. Gray 

G. A. McClure 



229 
146 
168 
161 
146 
205 
67 
37 



Abner Davis.... 
Joseph Teague . 
(ieorge Hi lies.. 
I. H. (lallowav. 
L. Waltz ■.. 



19 
33 
114 
69 
73 



James N. Garner. 
J. Lyons 



46 

83 



W. M. Sunders 324 



A. Crabtree... 
0. F. Hoskin . 
J. Chamber ... 



58 
101 
203 



A. Roberts 

J. Tientlcy, Jr . 



47 
52 



0. L. Amee 115 



John T. Reed 
8. D Smith .... 
J. A. Brash ... 
Ira A. Grise... 

A,Sisler 

J.Short 

J.Billey 



229 
293 
172 

n7 

302 
430 

180 



R. E. lietts.. 
James Rose. 
D. Hale 



92 
112 
183 



I). W. Hunter.. 

1 J. J. Rood 

1 D. W. Thomas 
•: J. W.Chase 

I). Wills 



248 
252 
324 
205 
55 



G.L. Travis... 
V. Alderman 



117 i 

83 A. W. Sprague. 



178 



George Lotzenhiser . 
William Gait 



278 
173 



William Stough . 
William Bassett . 



412 
160 



STATE ELECTIONS 1880-1881. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



Secretary (»f State— 

1S80. 



President- 
1880. 



Governor— 
1881. 



Townships and 
Wards. 






^5 ^i=i So 

ng >J ^2 



oo 



Bratton ; 

Franklin 

Gre<*n | 

Jefferson 

LitK-rty i 

Manchester 

Meigs ' 

Monroe , 

Oliver I 

Scott ; 

Spripg 

Bentonville Precinct- 
Brad vsville *' .1 

Tifflu 

Wayne ' 

Winchester 



115 
128 I 

1H4 I 

:W2 1 

2()4 I 
190 
162 I 

130 I 
93 

178 I 
120 

131 1 
160 I 

187 I 

188 ■ 



li! 



I 



21 1 i 

ZCA\ ' 
121 I 
150 , 
2fi2 I 
j:)7 
129 
101 
182 
105 
819 
91 
164 



I-- 



Totals 2531 I 2707 



o <'0 



i St* r^:^ H -^ "-fi ^05 



I § 



•234 


118 ' 


114 . .. 




2;k I 


91 1 


103 


10 .. 


...' 266 


352 


129 


218 ;... 




347 ; 


127, 


190 




3 832 


400 


191 


211 ... 




402 1 


197 1 


210 


i 1... 


... 40ti 


728 


aso 


862 i... 




744 i 


364 1 


3G6 


5 ... 


... 739 


325 


205 


120 '.. 


.. i 


328 


193 1 


117 


3 ... 


...; 818 


342 


IW 


117 1.... 


.. 1 


346 ' 


192 


147 


18 .... 


.. 857 


42.S 


161 


252 i ... 




414 ; 


173 


256 


1 ... 


.. 483 


288 


liti 
90 1 


162 




288 , 
219 ' 


112 
93 


164 
135 


-2 ::; 


.. 277 
.. 230 


V22 


128 !.... 




274 


109 


97 ;.... 




206 1 


165 


70 




.. 226 


312 


127 


183 '.. 


1 


310 










2«.H> 


134 


164 .... 


.. 1 


800 ! 


1*24 1 


179 


i ... 


.. SW 


479 


159 , 


314 I.... 


.,' 


474 , 


107 , 


162 




.. -269 


ZHH 


191 


90 .... 


4 


287 ' 


174 ' 


284 


2 ... 


460 


?M-)2 


187 


163 .... 




350 : 


I?SI 


78 
149 


10 ... 

10 ;... 


.. 275 
331 










1 




>314 


2503 


2725 ... 


8 


5808 


.«.; 


2610 


63 2 5150 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Secretary of State— 
1S80. 



Townships and 
Wards, 






An anda i 107 , 174 ... 

Auglaize 244 I 147 I... 

Bath ; MO I UV) ... 



German 108 

Jackson IHl ! 

Lima— I 

1st Ward 293 

2d '• 

3<1 " 

4th '• ' 85 

M.arion 322 

Monnx* i 2:{5 

Ottawa 10 

Perrv 141 

Blufflon Precinct 1 104 

Richland- 
Beaver Dam Prec ' 82 

Shawnee , 95 

Spencer i 95 j 

Sugar Creek 183 



Totals I 2707 



228 
275 i 



I 3:J8 I 212 I 4 

84 :i40 i 3 

()d 4 

527 I 2 

5«--M ; 

9 I 



182 
302 

153 , 
1(;4 
240 
109 



Pre.Mdent- 
18S0. 



^'^ 



' ^2 r:t 

tr'3 f* O 



37t>:3 ' :59 



282 
892 
305 
826 
4:^8 



5;"i3 
i:^5 
IvS 
X'y\ 
400 
19 
824 
407 

235 
259 
:t44 
243 



«5 '% 



5* as .3^ s , c 

^O ^S -^-^ y:, E- 



108 
251 , 
140 
115 . 
158 

810 
312 , 

80 

95 . 
:i80 
2;58 

12 ' 
145 , 
117 
I 

89 I 

las 

105 , 
185 



183 I 291 

150 I 1 1 403 

178 ....I....' 319 

284 3 1 352 

290 I , 449 



248 
222 : 
857 I 
59 
571 1 
■2.84 , 
8 .' 
182 I 
295 

157 
167 
252 I 
113 . 



581 
568 
448 , 
160 
909 ' 
487 , 
20 




SOS 



105 ; 

828 
199 
11 I 



!!l 328 I 188 
.1 412 , 86 



I 

246 ; 
271 
360 
250 ! 



68 
96 



118 I 



287 I 1 13 666 

228 I 6 , 5 , 670 

272 , 7 879 

77 I 1 5 180 

507 I 7 8 847 

197 ! 21 418 

7 I ; 18 

141 i 8 1 2#9 

819 I 11 ■• 418 

118 14 ' 196 

148 I 1 280 

224 I 1 8 > 826 

102 8 , 224 



65S8 2900 :^S90 ^ 48 3 68-54 ' 2558 i 8468 tllO . 46 ' 6214 

I I 1 I I ■ 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



357 



ASHLAND COUNTY. 



Secretary of State— 
1880. ' 



Townships and 
Wards. 






; . a ^ s 
Pis 1 



Presldent- 
1880. 



5r- -i^^S *fe S 



Goveraor— 
1881. 



5 

H 






^1 

II 


11 


1 


5^ 




•-so 


^ai 






I 



Clear Creeks 

Green— 
lit Ward 


..... 213 
181 


85 

289 , 

50 

177 

195 

204 

150 

571 

180 

130 

271 

204 

194 

45 


^ 298 1 

, 475 1 

84 : 

j 300 i 

'^^ 

1 a52 1 

191 , 

1228 

1 268 1 

! 181 : 

401 

356 

369 

: 181 


212 , 

2a5 : 
85, 

125 

84 
147 

42 ; 
651 

89 

52 

134 , 
157 
171 
142 
153 
128 
280 


89 ' 

2S2 , 

'' i 

175 

227 

206 

150 

585 

188 

125 

279 ! 

208 

ISH\ 

45 

60 

62 

289 


:i02 , 

,^\ 

«6 1 

300 

291 

354 

192 

1 1237 

277 

177 

413 i 

369 

2 367 

187 ! 

214 

1S5 , 

1 520 j 


161 

106 
19 ! 

1 

50 ' 
110 
i:d6 

89 ; 
565 1 

75 

54 

112 ; 
136 , 
158 
130 
136 
114 
20? 
i 


68 

•258 
37 

ICHi 

ir)8 

215 

133 

551 

109 

125 

•234 

197 

164 

41 

61 

63 

263 


.-.' 

13 

9 

2 
22 : 

"li ...... 

27 

uZ'.'. 

5 

4 ' 

2 


261 
436 


ad •• 


, 38 : 


66 


HanoTer— 

latWard 

2d " „.. 

Jackson 


i 122 

67 

148 ' 

......: 41 


218 
328 
342 
177 


IfontKomery 

MUton «... 

Mifflin 

Kohican « 

Otmngie ...!."*...*.*... 


130 ' 

152 

169 


1146 
244 
180 
861 
339 
828 


RaJKleB L!...!!. 

Baluvan 

Troy 

VermflUion 


186 

. 150 1 

1 1-28 1 

1 220 1 


175 


02 

64 

278 


! 212 

187 1 

498 


197 
177 
474 








Totals 


2675 


3149 


5890 


2752 


3217 ' 


4 5963 1 


2354 


2903 


140 


5449 



ASHTABULA COUNTY. 



I Secretary of State- 
1880. 



President- 
1880. 



Governor— 
1881. 



Town»hip6 and 'c 

WardR. t g 



i '-^ O 




I 



Andover ~ -.i 279 

Athtabala ^ i 680 

Aostinburg '283 

Cherry VaBey i 157 

Colebrook _ 165 

Conneant .^ '>57 

Denmark ,^ 104 

Dorset 102 

Oeoeva - „. 662 

Harperafield 224 

Harugrove - 107 

Jeffimon 386 

HngsTlHe ^.., 308 

Laoz : i 178 

Monroe '287 

Moisan ^! 204 

Vew Lyme ^.^ .... 156 

Orwell «^ 163 

Pltrpont - 231 

Plymoath • 108 

Klehmond ....^.. 174 

Borne ^ 150 

teybrook. 198 

ttefteld 122 

Trumbull 194 

Wayne .^...- 179 

Wniiamsfleld 158 

Windsor 208 

Totals 



30 : 

486 
49 
38 ' 

51 ! 
155 ! 

39 ; 

171 ! 
40 . 

55 I 
101 I 

85 1 
39 

52 ! 

56 j 
64 ' 
79 
18 ! 

. 56 

54 

32 
115 

35 I 

43 I 

27 

63 

52 



1 1. 
81 I 
15 . 

2 ' 
1 

3 

6 

1 

15 

4 

2 ; 
10 " 

49 



,.l.. 



18 

.!.'..|-5- 

2 I 8 
14 



6669 2131 287 



810 
1199 
2»7 
197 
-220 
716 
149 
162 
846 
265 
181 
500 
393 
•J18 
851 
317 
224 
242 
208 
175 
2:33 
192 
327 
160 
267 
207 
236 
268 



^•^* ti ^^ i c 

£| -SJS Sg Q ^ I 

I el 'Sq SS •= - ' 

714 514 ' 24 2 1280 

278 i 36 I 1 ..:... 816 

•242 I 16 15 1 368 i 

158 : 38 ' 1 I 198 ' 

160 I 55 16 '228 

574 176 3 7M ' 

110 I 48 1 2 , 161 ; 

106 , 52 ! 7 1 165 ; 

077 170 I 7 H 886 

213 1 47 1,2 293 

110 61 14 3 197 

403 I 97 2 5 , 508 

313 ; 85 I 4 1 I 408 ' 

182 : 43 I 1 1 I 227 

300 ] 60 8 2 I 378 

•211 i 55 46 822 

158 ' 57 3 i 218 . 

173 81 : 254 i 

•241 24 ,16 1 ' 282 ' 

115 60 12 1 189 

186 62 2 251 

153 32 8 : 193 . 

202 124 14 : i U2 

129 39 4 ' 173 1 

194 44 32 ! I 270 : 

189 i 26 I 217 I 

178 63 , 15 2 I 258 

215 52 ' 2 3 273 I 



eS CO 

jC O 



• t aid B 



^S 



^OSl ' 



218 
529 
201 
119 
1-24 
4M1 

07 

«2 
519 
176 

80 
*}7 
'^9 
155 
196 
139 , 
130 
187 
201 ' 

67 

1411 
118 I 
142 ' 

79 
144 
144 
138 I 
169 i 



30 |.. 
270 

34 

'26 

38 ; 
116 

25 I 

30 ' 
I2t 

•20 

34 

69 ! 

52 ! 

25 

32 ' 

•26 

42 

51 

11 

38 

40 

24 

77 

27 

25 

18 

81 

39 






3 


•254 


11 


•29 


852 




6 


244 


2 


2 


149 


14 




176 





1 


601 
92 


14 




135 



34 



13 


1 


3 


1 


9 




4 


5 


24 j 


72 


14 ! 


5 


5 , 


2 




4 



82 9120 6926 2286 224 1 67 1 9524 1 5281 



1389 191 



203 
144 
420 
809 
189 
240 
261 
191 
197 
218 
121 
190 
151 
286 

no 

'206 
160 
179 
206 



'227 I 7138 



358 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
ATHENS COUNTY. 





Secretan' of State— 




President— 






Governor— 










1880. 








1880 










1881. 






Townships and 
Wards. 


11 

"5 


It 


<'6 


H' 

U' 
* 


i 

> 

1 


Si 


% 8 

gffl 




.1 




li 


JohnW. 
Book waiter' 


eg.' 5 
15' 1 


6 
> 

1 


Athens 


.. 5«0 


190 ' 11 


'18 


826 


6ft2 


199 


9 


30 


831 


527 


228 ' 27 1 


7 


802 


Ames 


.. 230 


02 1 


1 


298 


231 


71 






305 


214 


59 ' 1 




275 


Alexander 


.. 193 


102 1 


6 


309 


208 


101 





6 


315 


159 


63 9 




2B 


Bern 


.. 189 


40 




229 


197 


38 






285 


187 


29 5 I 


2 


178 


Canaan 


.. 141 


186 ' 


' 3 


330 


134 


172 




H 


812 


106 


120 2 ! 




282 


, Carthage 


.. 16:^ 


90 ' 


' 1 


'254 


161 


las 




1 


267 


127 


48 10 




186 


Dover 


. 247 


127 1 5 


1..,. 


:W2 


249 


120 






875 


178 


83 


7 


m 


Lee 


.. 176 


56, 2 


13 


248 


177 


56 


2 


7 


246 


131 


50 88 


1 


221 


Lodi 


171 


135 , 


1 


317 


17h 


140 




5 


831 


182 


79 ! 21 




388 


Rome 


.. 30.i 
.. 172 


116 ' 

110 1 1 


' 6 


42H 
284 


3-24 
173 


131 
111 






456 
•288 


248 
163 


T2 2 

84 ......i 


"T* 


825 


Trimble 


1 


2 


354 


Troy 


.. 2^11 


169 1 12 


1 11 


434 


244 


168 


11 


11 


434 


178 


Ul 45 


10 


845 


Waterloo... 


.. 215 


178 , ft 


1 4 


405 


229 


162 


5 


8 


399 


179 


148 7 ; 


12 


MS 


York «^ 


.. 511 


683 1 49 


1 


1249 


53« 


062 


59 





1261 


378 


648 50 ' 


1^ 


138» 


Totals 


.. ii^a 


•2244 


85 


!«» 


5988 


3W5 


2234 


87 


61 


6055 


2857 


1817 


217 . 


237 


5188 



AUGLAIZE COUNTY. 



Secrets rv of State — 
18H0. 



Prt'sidont— 
1S80. 



Govemor- 
1881. 



Townships and 
Wards. 






oo ^ 



Clay 112 

Cri(UT\'iUe Precinct... 70 i 

Duchouquet 78 

Wapakoneta— 

1st Ward 35 

2d " 86 ' 

3d • 52 

Gcnnan 108 

Goshen 79 

Jack.«if)n U 

Logan (iS 

Moultoii 77 

Noble 61 

Pncheta 56 ' 

Salem 62 . 

St. Mary's 202 

Union in 

Washington 150 

Wayne 1.14 

Totals 1553 ' 



136 I 

140 

113 

102 
109 
1«>2 

2n ; 

91 
392 
156 

173 1 
186 , 
204 

174 ' 
508 
•201 I 

91 
127 



o 


<'r: 


> 


?, « 




2cc 


3 





248 
210 
192 

137 
•258 
214 
.382 
170 
404 
219 
'250 
•24t» 
2«0 
2;J6 
710 

2T1 
•263 



120 
72 
104 

36 
102 

73 
146 

85 
8 

77 
100 

74 

67 

8:i 
'^23 
135 
178 
154 



2 1966 181^7 



•^ ^ ' a ? i-i I r 

' 148 268 

144 -216 

121 -225 

' 97 133 

163 3 268 

159 282 

•278 424 

\>9 ; 184 

415 ! 4-23 

153 7 1 -237 

'2m 808 

217 291 

210 1 277 

171 1 254 

538 I 761 

225 364 

118 1 296 

135 ' I 290 

.3599 10 1 5451 



£u ^^ go "S 

5g JBM E/5 5 



115 ' 107 
66 I 118 > 
87 i 91 , 



26 
88 
60 
154 
78 
22 
51 
67 
54 
59 
62 
171 
114 
184 
188 



98 I 2 .... 

128 I 1 ^.. 

183 ; 2 ... 

228 j 7 .... 

91 I 7 .... 

314 j 



124 I 2 
180 I 6 

168 I 

184 2 : 
866 I 6 
170 I 1 

62 ' 

lft2 '< 1 



4 
o 
H_ 

227 
189 
178 

127 
218 
194 
380 
171 
825 
146 
191 
228 
190 
196 
548 
291 
197 



1581 2680 46 6 , 4395 



KLECTION STATISTICS. 
BELMONT COrXTY. 



359 



- 


Secretary of Stare— 
1880. 




Presidenl- 
1880. 


1 




Governor— 
1881. 


1 




TovviishiDs aud 


11 






X 

1 


<2 

a 


ad • 

2 8 


Hi 




1 

> 
1 


5^- 




1^ 


c 

^ 1 


i 

1 


-'TellaiieCitv— 

l«Ward.! 


135 
l:^ 
KV5 
238 
186 
191 

178 

•271 

ir»4 

99 
128 

441 
587 
•232 

72 
127 
2:15 
194 
till 
18:^ 
158 

i.rj 

10^ 


8fl 
*2hS 
173 
155 

64 
147 

»>8 

221 

1(V5 
36 

2.=S8 

2^ 
4.V> 
2S4 

514 
174 
243 
253 
2:^ 
42«) 
150 
23.-1 
193 
21S 


10 1 

5 : 

5 

11 

2s ■ 

1 1 

j 

" i i" 

1 

"-* i 

1 

20 

<; 

1 

1 

3 

"l 3 


234 

4a=> 
:U4 

407 

278 
340 

27C. 
140 
494 

3*«) 
i;^ 
3^<'. 

73« 

106S 

523 

896 
•247 
872 
490 
427 
1049 

3a^. 

394 
825 
326 


181 
125 
181 
2.% 
182 
196 

191 

87 
269 

172 
Wi 
127 

4«M) 
614 
•229 

398 
68 
131 
236 
193 
624 
182 
159 
184 
' 111 


79 
273 
179 
VV) 

70 
143 

AH 

16.> 

35 

274 

286 
4()4 
277 

495 
173 
'239 
•2.^)9 
217 
410 
161 
231 
19X 
217 


13 

7 

6 
14 
27 

11 

5 

18 
10 

...„. 
1 


...... 

i 

.... 1 

2 , 
13 


•2'.M 
405 

m\ 

411 
•281 
Ml 

2S3 
l:^6 
497 

340 

no 

40;^ 

751 
1096 
520 

KIM 
245 
3*1 
497 
414 

ior>4 

34(> 
391 
33-2 

;«o 


107' 

109 
151 
207 
173 
171 • 

180 

75 

221 , 

150 
79 ' 
.s4 

374 
520 
173 

3tV2 

53 

93 
187 
19.-) 
.-^19 
148 
115 
111 

M 


87 
•240 
157 
168 

56 
116 

96 
43 
184 

141 
34 
•214 

20(i 
88.3 
209 

4.W 
160 
•221 
170 
•201 
35S 
108 
167 
ItiS 
188 


1 



'■! 

...... 

t 

9 

:;:::: 


6 
3 
2 
7 
23 

"3" 

3 
2 


200 


2d •• 


352 


M •• 


314 


4th *• 


385 


oth " 


255 


ColendD 


'293 


Flushing— 

Flushing Precinct... 

Belmont Kidge Prec 

Owhen 

Kirkwood— 

Hendrysburgh Prec. 

Seirelhsville Prec't... 
Mead.. 


280 
124 
419 

293 
115 
299 


r-fewe- 

Bndgeport Prec't ... 
,- Martin's Ferry Prec. 

Pnltney 

Rlchlaiid- 
St. C'lairsville Prec't 
Glencoe Prec't 


18 

» 

■'i 

2 

30 




1 
6 
5 

1 
- 


597 
920 
388 

822 
218 


Smith 


832 


Somerset 


361 


Union 


"3 


•> 1 

5' 


402 


Warren „ 

Washington 


931 

•^58 


Wayne 

Whivling 







285 
279 


York 






'273 














Totals 


5440 


-yxsi 


9M 9 


lOlM-O 


d53<> 


«T.. 


120 


23 


llOSl 


4671 


4527 


102 


68 


9395 



BROWN COUNTY. 



Secretary of State— ; 
18H0. 1 



Presi ent— 
1880. 



Governor— 
1881. 



Townships and 
Wards. 


if 


p 






<'6 

11 

AS 




i 


1' 

1 
55 


p 
5 


fl 


■ V 
C if 

^1 




1 ^ 

' 
•-> 


Hi 



^jTfd... 
Ctirk. 



Bifle -. 

Fhinklin 

vfMD ....Mi» 

Huntington 

Jadnon 

Je8er«on ^ 

Levto- 

Biggin«port Prec't . 

Ptert>urg Prec't 



18S 
97 
123 

1S5 
275 
S4 
171 



131 .. 
'282 

161 . 

'>2.') 

23«» .".; 

401 |., 

142 I., 

141 ., 



Pike. 



Slefling 

r&iMi 

Washington . 



IK? I 281 ; 

78 I ISl ^. 
76 ! 578 .. 

126 17.S .. 

294 3S7 

79 ; 175 .. 
154 206 .. 
840 431 . 
112 146 .. 



819 
382 j 
•286 : 
•259 
421 : 
676 ' 
2-26 
312 I 

416 I 
•259 I 
m\ 1 
301 
690 , 
2M I 
360 ! 
1272 
•257 



184 
10:. I 
1-28 

44 
182 
281 

91 
174 

'201 

84 

76 
131 
'299 
•s^ 
16<) 
836 
114 



132 

•289 



316 I. 



h]S . 119 
90 I 212 



161 : I 291 ........ lOi I 126. 



230 
251 
391 
145 

138 

•273 

191 

580 

179 

395 

l^l 

207 ' 

42:3 

152 



1 ! 

7 2 



•274 
433 



•236 



as 168 . 
157 . 197 
•241 '292 

65 110 . 



312 162 125. 

475 1 159 238 

275 69 141 

656 71 455 

311 
705 
'272 



114 168 

254 317 8 
61 131 



873 i 139 ; 180 

1259 721 342 

2f)7 ^.. 100 117. 



290 
304 
282 
207 
dSl 
596 
175 
288 

408 

204 
5S5 
288 
589 
196 
822 
1078 
217 



Touls 3099 4282 



390 3184 4324 8 3 I 7526 2698 ^438 41 6216 



Scattering— Governor. HiKgin*Ji«)rT Vn-' 
I are Seitr votes. 



liut, 1; Fecsbnrg Precinct, 1 ; Pleasant. 9: Scott, 1. The 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



BUTLER COUNTY. 



Townships and 
Wards. 


Secre 

|1 
n 


ary of Sta 
1880. 

= § So 

5-^ 33 


11 


1 ; 

^ • 

260 1 

380 

342 

1324 
2VJ 
392 

:i64 
235 
455 
426 
861 
38:i 
417 
308 

410 

6*22 
660 
865 
597 


P 

11 

73 
116 
102 

593 
93 
193 

134 

69 

15 < 

140 

473 

97 

143 

89 

211 

ia5 

•234 
162 

425 
1«6 


resident- 
IS80. 

tin 

191 ' 


1 


6 

I 

•261 
371 
'M7 

»3-26 
•246 

1 389 

1 370 
235 
444 

1 435 
: 865 
' 384 
i 421 
303 
1 549 
1 4-27 

1 625 
666 
855 
596 


11 

1 

66 
102 
69 ' 

4<>2 
70 

104 

111 
65 

120 1 

102 

375 
87 

121 
61 

160 

131 

237 1 
147 ' 
876 1 
141 


ov»»rnor— 
1881. 

ii n 

-1 <ai 


■I 


> 
It 


FairHeld— 
Eastern Precinct 


67 
117 
103 

588 
100 
193 

129 
73 
146 
130 
462 
95 
148 
77 
212 
166 

220 
160 
432 
168 


193 1 


147 
204 
174 

?25 
123 
156 


7 
2 
3 

3 
& 
4 


^- 


H9 


Western 


262 1 




•255 ' 1 




mo 


Hanover 


239 1 




•245 ;.::::: 

73? 1 

l.-VO ' 

1% 1 ' 


.. „. 


217 


Lemon— 

Northern Precinct... 

Southern " 
Liberty 


735 1 

149 ' 

199 : 


■3' 


12SI 
199 
SSI 


Madison- 
Northern Precinct... 


1 

235 




236 1 

165 1 

291 


"T' 


1 ^ 
191 ' 1 
15^1 ! 3 
249 (t 
253 14 
820 H 
230 2 
204 ;JI 
178 tT 
258 s 

20? r 


flOB 


Southern " 


162 




212 


Mllford 


309 




»77 


Morgan 


•294 , 

398 ' 


2 


293 , 

:W9 1 
287 


1 


969 


Oxford 


im 


ReiUv 


•288 

274 ! 




321 


Ross 


•276 ' 

•212 

338 


•j 


866 


St. Clair 


2:W 


?46 


Union 


W •• 

2W 1 

402 


427 


Wavne 


2.5.S 

391 

502 

4S0 

I-JS 





341 


Hamilton — 


373 






1st Ward 


a 




616 


2d " 


508 


459 

418 5 
372 ' 2 


606 


3d •• 


432 


807 


4th " 


425 


516 












Totals 


3781 


6:U8 


6 


10107 


:«;n 


»i'2l>«) 1 


9 


10118 1 3187 


5:m 


128 




8786 



CARROLL cor NT Y. 



Secrelarv of State— 
1880. 



Prcsjflcnt- 

IHSU. 



Townships and 
Wards. 






Augusta ' 18S 

Brown— 

Minerva Precinct ...' 12.') 

Malvern " ... 187 

Centre ' •22V» ' 

East ' *K) 

Fox ! 197 

Harrison i 157 , 

Lee ! 114 

London i 114 . 

-Monroe | 121 

Orange > 212 1 

Perr>' 1 lOt*. 1 

Rose 115 ■ 

Union ! 83 

Washington ' 145 ' 



\'2n 


3 


142 


7 4 


103 


2 


79 




KM 




m 


.-, 


1-24 


1 


112 


32 


98 


2 i 


14o 




148 




95 




:w 





31.-) 

3.S2 , 

Jl»5 

277 

261 

•221 

2:59 ' 

•2<i8 

312 

252 

264 , 

17S 

17.S ! 



1:«) 
19S 
240 
91 

nn 

15:5 
118 
116 
Vis 
210 
110 
lie, 
81 
148 



5-1 




134 


4 


133 


11 1 


105 




^1 




no 




Hi") 


3 


126 


1 


116 


JW 


«»s 


2 


147 




151 


1 


\H 




-y.i 





184 
3:iC) 
:iS."> 

I'H'. 
'1K\ 
263 
22r) 
246 
2S7 
311 

2i>8 
178 
177 



Totals ; •218«i ; ir>49 43 ir. 



rW ' 2241 1 ■■.•■.'. 



9 :IS73 



Governor — 1 

1881. I 

•S 's'i* - ' i 

If s|!|if i , 

I I 

, 151 69 I 14 ' 242 

113 59 I 2 174 

187 124 I 9 821 

212 116 1 41 ! 4 878 

79 90 I 8 , 2 179 

162 52 ! 6 1 222 

115 90 1 4 24«l 

110 97 14 221 

lu; 119 I 1 ' 224 

l.TO , 139 ! 11 ' 26 S« 

195 95 I 7 : 299 

100 127 : 1 1 229 

106 • 138 I 8 ,^.... 253 

88 86 1 177 

137 29 2 170 

2042 1430 1J«.> 33 3iii7 



ELECTION bTATISTICS. 
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 



361 



Secretary of Stale 
1880. 



President- 
1880. 



TowDshim and 
Wards. 



11 



Adam.-s^ 131 

Concord i 130 

Goshen- I 536 

Harrison : i 12:^ 

Jackm>n 245 

Johnaou— 

Millerstown Prec't .. 12 

St. Par s Precinct ' 198 

Mad River 136 

Rush— 

Lewisburv Precinct 238 

Woodstock " 186 

Salem 316 

Cuion 269 

Urbana , 254 

Wayne 276 

Urbana— 

UtWard . 355 

2d •• 403 

3d •• 192 

Totals 3995 



^2 M 




f'LARKE COUNTY. 





SecreUirv of State— 




President— 






C 


rovernor — 










1880 


. 


iS3 


6 




1880 






3 


. _. 


1881 


11 


N 




Townsihit>8 and 
Wards. 




00 • 




. 


.S 


IS 


1^ 


'<'6 

,5^ 


ill 


9 

i 


il 


s « 


il 




p 




li 


1 

.5 

o 


c 

> 


Bethel- 
































DonnelKVille Prer't. 


187 


107 






244 


130 


100 




4 


2;J4 


116 


91 


16 




226 


Medway 


102 


84 


1 


3 


190 


103 


85 


1 


4 


193 


80 


72 


9 




162 


New Carli.'^le '• .. 


208 


74 


(i 




290 , 


201 


65 


5 


•> 


273 


190 


61 


9 


4 


2(i4 


German- 
































Lawrenceville Preo... 


83 


180 




6 


270 


84 


18:} 




6 


273 


71 


163 


29 : 




264 


Tremont Precinct... 


53 


167 


1 i 


2 


223 


57 


160 


1 


5 


228 


45 


118 


27 


3 


195 


Greene 


291 


80 


; 3 




374 


297 


81 


3 




382 


•237 


67 


19 




'X& 


Harmony 


303 


138 





14 


457 


322 


132 




14 


468 


241 


120 


48 




407 


Madison 


415 


135 






554 


413 


137 


5 


2 


557 


336 


143 


28 


4 


512 


Mad River 


192 
218 


2;i5 
13i; 






438 1 
355 


188 
223 


243 
141 




10 


441 
364 


141 
173 


207 
110 


46 
16 




396 


Moorefield 


300 


Pike 


176 


215 




i 


392 


179 


215 




2 


399 


lf)0 


190 


21 




362 


Pleasant 


310 


75 




11 


396 


315 


72 




1 


396 


252 


62 


26 




:I42 


Sprinffleld. 


573 


m 


fi 


11 1 


921 1 


596 


3:V> 


4 


12 


948 


457 


380 


83 


6 


928 


SpriiiKfteldCity- 
































lHWard . . 


202 
885 


339 

•23:^ 






546 
580 


212 
337 


835 
237 


4 

2 


1 
8 


553 

587 


164 
259 


407 
226 


16 1 
63 ' 


2 
2 


589 


3d •* 


•> 


() 


.552 


3d " 


650 
180 
475 
577 
264 
188 
182 


226 
161 
259 
2»i0 
381 
123 

2:« 


4 

7 

•1 
2 


6 
5 


S89 ' 

:M5 • 

751 

SA8 

643 

317 

422 


662 
169 
495 
t)03 
264i 
193 
1^4 

6229 


2:^2 
163 
269 
263 
878 
124 
229 


4 
5 
5 
1 
4 
3 
5 


6 
2 
6 
3 
3 
3 
5 


905 
:^1 
775 
870 
653 
323 
426 


571 
154 
4M 
508 
215 
191 
159 


246 
161 
314 
293 
42) 
138 
2:32 


100 
10 
77 
63 
29 
21 
32 


3 

7 
1 
5 
1 
2 


924 


4th " 


333 


5th " 


85S 


ftth •• 


870 


7th •• 


668 


8th " 


3o1 


9th ** 


425 






Total*« !....| 

1 


6114 


4174 


57 


74 


10445 


4179 


52 


ia5 


105^ 


5164 


4-227 


783 


47 


10248 



GoTernor—ScatterIng— Springfield. 4th ward. 1. 



362 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
CLERMONT COUNTY. 



Tovvn»'hlp.«i and 
Wards. 

Amelia 

Bantam 


Secrei 

ll 

201 ; 
s 
; soi» ' 


tary of State— 
1880. 

If liiij; 

1 

140 IS ' ' 

9 2 


6 

> 

5 


President- 
1880. 

. 202 15«') 12 

8 12 ' 2 

. 317 321 23 


1 


!■ 

370 

•22 

6«>2 


Govern 
1881 

208 ; 118 
102 72 
318 309 
328 , 300 
215 210 
176 202 

«6 107 
75 80 
170 154 
105 62 

185 182 

408 > 296 

73 186 

39 ^ 100 

53 , K5 
121 ' 149 

247 246 


or— 

ll 

I . 

7 
4 

! 11 
11 

1 1 

5 


1 

26 
30 
•22 

"3" 
10 

1 


1 

c 

1 

865 

212 


Batavla Precinct 


328 25 !. 




668 
«tt 
441 
389 

200 


Felicity Precinct.. 






Goshen 

Jackson 


216 
, 185 

SI 

,' .Hi 

177 
1(W 

1 

,! :«7 

S6 ' 


240 10 ' 

ZM) \) , 




. 217 
. 185 

. »9 

., 177 
., 105 

.' 179 
. 400 

.; \n 


235 K 
2lM 6 

Ul 1 

97 

l.VJ ' 1 
63 

241 ! 23 
:«o , 25 
229 ^ 5 


r 


400 
415 

201 
183 
337 
16h 

443 
766 
326 


Miami- 
Branch Hill Prec't.. 


iir» '. 




Lovfland *• 


103 ' 

167 1 





166 


Mil ford 


j 4 

, 8 

5 
4 


i 

.22I 

;21 j 

1 ^1 

! 

52 1 


3)0 
171 

396 
709 
2S7 
140 


Newberry 
Monroe - 

Laurel Precinct 

Ohio 

Locust Cor. Precinct „ 
Rural Precinct .. 


65 , 

2:« 26 ' 1. 

, Mfi 1 26 : ;. 

229 (i 1 2 




Stone Lick- 
North Precinct 

South " 

Tate- 
Bethel Precinct 


60 
,' 130 

1 


. SS 10 1 

181 1 1. 

25<> (K» ' . 




71 

. 124 

. 261 


92 , 7 
172 1 

2«;i .-)7 


"T 


170 

298 

;->2y 


152 
282 

650 


Union 








North Precinct 

South . . 


107 

:>6 

151 

,! 108 
1 KW 
,, \n\ 
• 1 374 


158 2 

ir,2 11 




. Ill 
64 
H4 

im 

. 116 
. 100 


1.-16 2 
158 7 
316 27 

131 1 1 
107 


1 


269 
229 

48M 

'2M 
223 
24X 
604 


106 
68 
148 

104 
108 
85 

;v>7 


145 
128 

268 

109 

109 

, 128 

187 


2 
"8 


■ 4 : 

1 7 1 

i 

13 

1 


267 
206 


Wayne 


311 1 -^1 ■. 




447 


Wa.«hingum— 
Neville Precinct 


i:> 1 ' 




216 


Moscow " 


los ' 




223 


North 

Williamsbunf ... 


147 ' 2 1 

•211 IH 1 1 




147 1 
, 204 1 14 




214 
561 










Totals 


,1 .•?*»5M 


14hO 287 1 :? ,. 




. 402^ 


1417 249 


3 


8700 


;ts80 


3982 


94 


251 


9<i<0 



(LINTON COUNTY. 



T(»wn.»hii>^ and 
Wards. 

Adam** 

Chester 

Clark 

(.Trecn— 
Nc\\ .ViitifK'h Prcc'i 


Secn'tarv of .*<tatc- 
1SN». 

ll It Itii 

li>;: ' -21 

:v.o i:iy 1 1 

I I.M ".>7 

. 2r»l 21.) 7 

. J-J-J 1 111 

'.•.") 29 1 

. llh 70 J 

. J.M 241 2 1 

. LW JW) 1 

. «.»;h". 'MA I-. 

. 2;-i.> 1,1 .-) 

i.'xi I7r, 

i:w ic»s , 

i:;u VM\ 


"a 

217 
"4!<J 
•.'51 
:i.'J5 

rjt> 

ITU 
5(X» 

12S3 

3:r2 


J « 

I'.d 
■.m 
347 

1 .')!> 

272 

\W 
127 
•251 
302 
973 
24") 

ir.i 

148 

I8r. 


rc-ldcnt— 
1^80. 

•23 . .. 
Gi» 




p 

S . 

214 
375 
492 

2)4 
480 
328 

135 
198 
4% 
569 , 
1286 ' 
890 

1 3:U 
318 

. 209 


G 

It 
gl 

168 
231 
'249 

124 
208 ; 
175 

86 
106 
214 
256 
791 
210 

ia3 

105 
113 


overnor— 
1881. 

^^ U 

15 5 
63 27 
89 40 

82 

181 89 

78 17 

26 4 

60 5 

188 3 

194 23 

260 79 

1 138 13 

, 147 1 

! 146 V 

, 115 9 


1 ' 
1 ■ 

" H' 


V 

1 
3 

J. 

190 
813 


144 1 

'.»8 




879 
218 


Ncu Vienna 


•20? 

ini) 2 

35 

m 

210 2 
2t;5 


1 

1 


429 


JefVcrsoii 


206 


Li^.crty— 
Mt lMca'«ant 


116 


poll William'^ 


171 




409 


Richland 


476 


Union 

Vernon 


•M>\) 1 

137 ...... 

173 , 


1 
4 


1126 
864 


\Vfu»hinijton 


281 


Wayne 

Wilson 


170 

132 1 




260 
289 


Totals 


. lisM 


2-213 3 :'^'> 


Ho-.ni 


31)87 


2le;7 6 


14 


, 6138 


8179 


1762 


274 


3 


5236 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



363 



COLUMBIANA COUNTY. 



Townships and 
Wards. 


Secre 

il 

287 
575 
203 
895 

48 


tary of Sta 
1880. 

5| II 


William fl. ? 
Doan. , 1 

Total vote. 


P 

1 

290 
580 
211 
406 
51 
340 
199 


resident— 
1880. 

II II 1 


4 
> 

1 
& 

402 
913 
400 
760 
203 
570 
473 


Govern 
1881 

irf 

•222 ' 68 
533 293 
155 1*27 
334 200 
41 127 
•>9<-. 1S7 
136 1 195 

:i62 1 136 
:W2 , 163 
111 89 
151, 75 

320 1 71 
316 1 118 

210 319 
102 57 
76 45 
91 101 
71 1 129 

219 1 las 

341 172 
60 107 
184'. 128 
412 1 219 

■>(»77 , 3229 


or— 

11 

^< 

1 
7 
2 
2 


c 

6 
22 
97 
10 


o 

> 


Batler 


KM 
303 
179 
'285 
\3Q 


. 2 
4 
3 

63 
2 


893 

; 881 

! 385 

8 i 756 
189 

1 551 
461 


lOK 3 ' 

319 1 8 

186 1 4 

286 i 68 1 1 

144 6 

•223 

273 , 


•298 


Centre 


841 


fPk Run , 


307 


FWrfleld-. 

Franklin. 


682 
18'» 


Banover 


329 214 


489 


Knox.. 


187 


273 


4 

18 
•22 
4 

•23 
16 

24 
12 
2 
15 

"J)*' 


6 1 

I 

16 

;«. 

14 

38 

7 
15 

3 
53 
30 
K3 


344 


Urerpool— 
'But Prfi*inct 


522 


West " - 






; 








524 


lUdison 


147 
248 

40r) 
383 

350 
151 

*"V35" 
92 

390 




124 
122 

93 
155 

:W0 

Sfi 

"i36" 
198 
1.>1 
251 


...„. 

31 
13 

82 

S 

...... 

«» 

l:{ 
51 

(') 


1 272 
378 

5 1 rm 

12 591 

8l« 

245 

.'.!"■ "273 

2<>S 

411 

691 

181 

454 

SAii 


149 
26M 

411 
397 

:*9 
162 

"\W 
95 
2.V2 

Am 

275 
572 


I'M 
111 


; 


277 
•Mil 

547 
<V01 

849 
2.54 

■"273 
002 
419 
711 
191 
471 
882 


207 


Mlddleton 


« 


242 


PBrry— 

North Ward Prec't... 

South 
Salem- 

Leetonia Precinct.. 

Franklin Sonare Pr. 

WashlngtonviUc 

St Clair 


94 35 3 
149 43 ; 8 

897 81 ; 

M 8 

'"iW "i ""'.. 

196 11 

154 13 ; 

2.52 50 i 

123 • 

1^9 7 

3<« j I 


4.-H> 
495 

595 
178 
139 
•,M3 




•262 


East Palestine 

Washington 


361 
600 


Wayne 

West 


(« 1 116 
268 179 


1 1 

2 ' 2'» 


168 

330 


Yellow Creek 


:.M 


288 
418;^ 


23 
1<>5 


502 


857 


ToUh« 


6339 


3r) 


22 10915 


a^>45 


4273 


366 ' 12 


11228 


9(m 



COSHOCTON COUNTY. 





Secretary of Sta 


e— 


President— 




(Jovernor— 






1880. 






1S80. 






1H«1. 




Townships and 


"^ .- 


2 






2 


_ -^ 


• t c^ 2 


^ 


Wards. 


tl =1 3c 


II i 


li 


5 
1 ■ 




■^1 <:d,^ 




> 

c 


Adams 


117 


m I 


2.54 


120 


139 


260 


110 


i 
1-29 ' 3 ; 


241 


Bedford «,....... 


31,^ 


n 


...... 


..... 214 


124 


102 


•2-26 


117 


108 ; 


2-25 


Bethlehem , «.,.. 


»4 


H 




198 


87 


117 


•204 


77 


100 ' 2 


17*> 


Chirk. ..„.„ 


10& 


s» 




233 


113 


l'^6 j 


249 


" 


100 : 5 


183 


Crawford..... «-. 


!sa 


:m 




,..,. 316 


59 


•2,57 ■ 


316 


43 


'237 


280 


^Franklin 


91 


itf 


...... 


, 240 


95 


153 . 1 


249 


80 


131 , 


212 


..Jackson *^..J 


2S6 


-m 


2 


: 460 


242 


216 1 


459 


•20.^. 


IW ' 15 ': 


423 


JeffenoQ »». ».. 


103 


m 




287 


104 


180 I 


•28-1 


101 


172 1 8 


282 


Keene ^.. -... 


137 


77 




214 


144 


78 


•»•> 


1'20 


7t; 11 


•209 


liUfayette »rr^... 


imi 

169 
St 

lOH 
90 

119 

»- 


m 
nit 

n 

13fl 

m 

144 

tOfl 
131 




...... i '247 

411 

■' 145 


115 , 
17:) 

52 
112 

94 
1*24 

81 


147 

245 1 1 

97 1 

129 

145 2 

134 1 

147 

106 1 

139 ' 7 


•262 
419 
149 
241 
241 
2.-»9 
228 
194 
203 


97 
110 
50 
9:'. 
73 
97 
66 
81 
42 


1-29 I 

217 8 

90 1 

113 10 

1'20 20 

la'-- 

r26 1 : 

89 1 1 

118 2 


'228 


Linton « ......HI./. 


366 


Mill Ci«ek ...„, 


141 


Monroe l,.„^*.. ...... 




I 2a5 

.... . 245 

1 255 

.„. . 219 

.....; 193 

f< 1 192 


217 


New Castie 


214 


Oxford 


'207 




192 


Pike. .....^ 


178 


Trverton ,„,..^...«^ 


164 


Tuscarawas 


443 


503 


U 


.. .' 960 


469 


496 8 


973 


40'.» 


489 I 10 


926 


Virginia . 


15B 
109 


SO 
72 




'246 

.. ' 181 


108 


87 

72 > 


247 

181 


138 
99 


80 1 

72 1 I 


219 


WashinRton ...„ 


178 


White Evej> ...... ..t.^.^..... 


109 


120 




'229 


2831 


118 1 , 


230 


101 


116 j 1 


218 






Totals 


272?t 


^14 


1ft 


h 6H>5 


3440 11 : 10 


6296 


'2416 


3119 100 ...... 


5672 











364 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
CRAWFORD COUNTY. 





Secretarj- o 
188( 

lif 

' 131 138 
474 1 r»90 

, 23 1 274 
01 345 
59 38 

57 183 

1-23 192 

180 232 

172 102 

142 2:u 

260 4 15 

71 188 

187 . 208 

102 170 

49 158 

07 100 

80 70 

110 155 

53 106 

l.U 269 


fSta 
). 

i 

1 
1 

i 

...... 

! 

ii" 


te— 

1 3 

, 3 

i? 

I-4" 
1 1 

|19 


•3 
& 

1169 
297 
413 
100 

244 
315 
416 
338 
377 
711 
•269 
416 
279 
207 
167 
151 
268 
249 
405 


P 

8i 

142 
476 

22 

71 

58 

59 
121 
190 
173 
143 
2t'.0 

71 
196 
108 

.54 

67 

83 
115 

55 
146 


resident- 
1880. 

138 , 

728 ! 

•280 1 

338 4 

192 

200 

'289 4 1 

1&-. , 

250 , 

449 ' 8 
200 15 

•200 

177 

100 

m) 

66 2 
158 


1 

4 
11 

2 

1 

1 

'■'e" 

1 

"16* 

1 

...... 


% 

i 284 
, 1218 
' 302 
' 417 
1 101 

252 

322 

440 

3S4 

1 394 

1 718 

286 

' 418 

1 286 

, 214 

\ 168 

' 152 

1 273 

260 

' 431 

1 


Governor— 
1881. 






Townships and 
Wards. 

Auburn 

Bucyrus 

Chatfteld 


^1 

~^ 

408 
20 
47 
44 

34 
98 
134 
147 
107 
238 
46 
160 
77 
37 
41 
61 
46 
39 
99 


ill 

80 23 1 
640 48 j 

216 1 

900 13 i 

SO 5, 

139 1 5< 
157 1 8 
178 1 12 
120, 20 , 
175 1 7 
854 , 9 
187 , 6 
187 1 25 
148 1 4 
127 , 2 , 
72 ! 17 ' 
58 I 28 . 
130 13 , 
167 6 ' 
214 6 1 


a 

1 

c 

% 

•-» 
••2 

8 

1 
9 
9 

'4* 
12 

■ "i" 


5 
I 

1 

1 216 

j 1101 

287 


Cranberry 

Dallas 

Gallon City— 
1st Ward 


192 


2d '• 


264 


3d " 


282 


4th ■ 


: 298 


Holmes» 

JacKHon 

Jefferson 

Liberty 

t,vkins . 


> So 

' ss 

. 202 
! »7 
: 229 


Polk 


1 


1 


IW 


Sandu.sky 

Texa-s 




1 

1 


1 181 
1 137 


Tod 


1 


1 1 


187 


Vernon 


205 1 

2*^ 




1 20a 


Whetstone 


2 


1 ^ 


I 319 


Totals 


2541 44.>;] 

Secretary o 
188C 

illi 

289 141 
183 02 

212 105 
121 109 
151 115 
;J24 73 

452 408 
0:12 341 
:m 271 
42('. 247 
.•J42 m 
750 2r.9 
TnTJ 081 
390 ' 754 
Mo 5'>2 
1430 974 
884 2t)0 
887 812 
214 9S2 
720 624 
538 ; 395 
439 SKU 
646 , 739 
3^ 455 
7OT 739 
762 .-o4 

573 592 
555 479 
582 256 

574 208 
1007 742 


1 17 j 4ir 


70C6 
^AHO 

440 ' 

248 . 

319 
2:^.3 
2t;8 
lOii 

879 
994 1 
872 
077 

7a'» 

1039 
1240 
11. V> 
940 , 
•2451 

1-201 ; 

1732 
1207 
hV)3 

957 

830 
1409 1 

817 
1483 
13.^0 
1174 
lor>«i 

852 

79.*{ 
1792 


26'22 

GA a 
P 

i| 

cr 
;r2i 

192 

217 
142 

US 

:«:^ 

547 
009 

r»(i9 
4'.h; 

401 

Sl2 

02<» 

10(') 

113 
1517 
1052 
1005 

■241 

775 

577 

493 

730 

409 

817 

834 

632 

628 

032 . 

ttOl» 
101»5 


4567 ' 28 
)CNTY. 


47 


1 7270 


1967 


3608 256 : 


66 


6915 










Townships hu«I 
WanKs. 

Bedford 


Sta 

is 

2 

"4" 
2 

11 
10 

2 

4 

5 
18 

8 

6 
25 

7 
19 

9 
16 

8 

6 
12 

s 
38 
38 

6 
19 

5 
38 


te— 

a 
||. 

i 

1 
I 


2 
3 

1 
5 t 

2 1 

u 1 
.5 . 

3 ! 

1 
2 
6 
3 
3 
9 
3 
4 


resident— 
188(.». 

127 ' 

67; ■!' 

103 

102 4 
111 4 
(VJ 4 

395 1 1 
•2'.»5 8 
2.13 ■ 2 
2-20 2 
\^^ 5 
2:;9 
027 10 
()98 ■ 9 
670 4 
931 •20 
•249 10 
767 8 
970 7 
577 19 
369 11 

*;6 5 

711 19 
39*1 10 
081 31 
611 45 
609 17 
431 13 
190 
185 3 
72« 30 


1 

'A 

8 

1 

5 

■4" 
..... 

1 
4 

1 
2 

"3" 
3 
5 
3 

5 
1 

2 ' 
3 
8 


> 

5 

c 
H 

457 
262 

323 
247 
272 
405 

9.52 

971 

8<)5 

7-28 

78S 

1063 

i:»2 

1174 

995 

2482 1 

1314 , 

1789 ' 

1207 ' 

1380 , 

904 , 

872 1 

1464 1 

S23 , 

1539 ' 

1400 

1255 

1080 ; 

837 
801 ' 
l&-)8 


G 

If 

'2l7' 
146 

157 ; 

87 ' 
259 , 
827 1 


ovenior— 
1881. 

II 15 

116 1 43 
46 ' 3 . 

83 


1 

c 

1. 

"4' 


1 

> 

1 

H 
380 


Bre^'ksville 

Brooklyn — 
Village Precinct 


203 
240 


South •• 


83 ' . , 




171 


West Cleveland Pn^o 

Chagrin Fji11> 

t'lov.land— 

1st Wunl— A 

B 


.j6 ' 2 
00 , 22 

532 1 13 1 


7 


155 
342 

1386 


•J(l Wanl-A 

B 


830i 


411 1 16 i 


1 


1280 


Sd Ward 


10S9 ; 


327 ' 5 , 
560 14 ' 


1 


564 

1694 


Ith Ward— .\ 

B 


5lh Ward-A 

B 

6th Ward— A 

B 


628 

"li82* 
669 
756 
178 
501 
826 1 

1 


1044 5 ' 

'702* 17 ' 
177 11 1 

:m 4 ; 

634 

441 ! 17 ' 

614 11 : 


.„.. 


1«7 

Tl 
1860 
812 
1090 
1262 


7th Ward 


8th Ward 


9th Wanl 


10th Ward-A 

B 


nth Ward— A 


566 ; 

418 
517 
463 
466 
739 


401 6 ; 

373 6 
362 11 ' 
186 11 
117 10 , 
678 16 




*r 

6" 

1 
1 
1 


1019 
1U66 


B 

12th Wanl 


13th " 


14th " .'.... 


796 
898 


15th • 


16th • 1 


6«5 

699 

1344 


17th " 


18th " ■ 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
CUYAHOGA COUNTY-C^ntlnned. 



365 



Secretary of State— 
1880. 



President— 
1880. 



fovrnships and 
Wards. 













Dover - 176 

Emi Cleveland. ' 210 

Olenville Precinct ; 101 

Collinwood Precinct..: 167 

Eaclld 2>l 

Independence 147 

Eachd VoW wood Free 75 

Mayfleld 139 

Middleburg 450 

Xewbnrgh 150 

01in»«tead , 245 

Orange ~ I 140 

Pfcnna ; 122 

Borkport— 

lit Precinct 142 

2d • - 171 

Rnyalton „ 21.3 

Solon IW 

8tron}pi%'ille 171 

Warrenj«ville l-^ti 



185 
94 
56 
60 
188 
182 



363 
318 
161 

464 
341 



2H 3 ! 107 



71 
342 
107 . 
142 

56 
171 

59 
170 
41) 
S6 
44 



210 

8o:t 

257 
:W4 
196 
294 

207 

•.m 

'^) 
21S 
217 
:loi 



186 
231 
115 
173 
279 , 
18« , 
H4 
146 
478 
102 
25S 
117 
132 

155 

218 . 

2Jf. 

liii 

1S«» 

180 



194 
9«» 



Totals ^^ 200i'.l ItiOlo :iV5 ir)0 ;:Ui72.') 221'2:< I'AIM) :{.')» 101 H7826 15943 11103 :i61 41 27r>7;i 



DARKE (.'Ol'NTY. 



Secretary of State— 
18S0. 



Prcsiilt^nl— 
18.S0. 



Governor— 
1881. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



•=* Stc 






<2 --^ xu ^ 

£.i i-! £5 ^ 

«* ^^ eJ^ £ 



lii ^-5 2:i 



2 51 



Adara»— 

Wrtit Precinct 

East " 

AUen 

Brown 

Butler 

Ffanklln- 

Greenville ~..i 

Eart Precinct 

Wwi " 

German 

Harrifioti 

Jackflon— 

Western Precinct | 

Ea«»em 

lllttiwinewa I 

Monroe 

Neare j 

Pattendn - ' 

Richland I 

Twin 

Van Buren 

Wabash 

Washington 

Wayne .- 

Torit 



200 
104 
131 
131 
131 
2«i2 

;is7 

261 
20.-. 



1(V.) 
00 
153 
343 

i7»; 
"525' 

4:;7 
171 
315 



150 


221 


100 


1J»4 


124 


101 


137 


161 


99 


161 


121 


142 


95 


107 


252 


377 


145 


1^5 


ra 


115 


2(»5 


152 


230 


412 


85 


130 



Totals • 89M 52:50 77 49 



•> 


H 






9 


<) 

1 

"2' !!!1!11 ' 
»; 


9 

:i 

...... 


"V !!!!.!!!; 


~i 


"ifr [][ZZ 


T 


V ......... 










77 


49 



201 

105 
136 ' 
142 
l.'« 
107 



165 
©•.> 
1.53 
:W2 
250 
176 



317 , 615 

:W5 I 423 

261 ' 17X 

207 320 



167 • 
101 

in 

112 
102 
l'..»9 

07 
256 
140 I 
143 
211 
23.-. : 

SO ' 



220 
137 
184 
148 
1C.3 
142 
10:; 
IM) 
181 
114 
117 
308 
140 



c 's 



us-o cr. 

;^u, ^9 5^ -5 
■ a5 'a: ►^ 



3<^ 

210 

290 

474 

3S5 I 

374 

*M2 

HI 8 

1 u; 
539 

40<» 
241 

:m ' 

206 ' 
2f.6 
271 
291 

668 

:<;« 
257 ' 
350 ■ 
635 
•226 



177 

83 

91 

109 ' 
126 
107 

"m". 

:^4 

1S2 
150 



04 
110 

70 
104 

85 
230 
IM 
113 
157 
200 

57 



1.12 

82 
112 



248 20 
220 . 7 



480 i 2 
380 I 14 



118 i 17 5 
219 I 3 14 



311 
173 
208 
8*10 
.•J6S 
302 

"7V»9 
747 
354 
306 



200 I 17 330 

110 190 

146 4 245 

120 7 240 

140 1 1 223 

106 21t» 

16<> ' 1 252 

293 10 , 18 : 582 

140 11 j 3 288 

03 ! 2(V7 

10r> 4 267 

361 I 11 582 

104 1 : 165 



4046 5167 74 22 9825 3312 4241 184 62 7820 



366 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
DEFIANCE COUNTY. 





t Secretary ol 
188C 

.. 56 272 
.. 579 873 
.. 'M 22;-> 
.. 17« 117 
.. 2fil 296 
.. 120 158 
.. 98 l>0 
.. ir)0 i«;i 
.. 00 141 

•vj 124 
.. 2^ 97 
.. Ill •22,'J 


'Sta 

So 

5 
19 

1 

.... . 


le— 

..... 


4) 
C 

S 

c 

m 

1473 
321 
295 
562 
279 
248 

•.m 

210 

20t> 
12i-> 
337 

28H 


Preside 

188C 

<^ ii 

60 i 283 
591 , 894 

95 242 
17S ' 120 
271 1 297 
129 158 

107 1 ir>5 
160 1 187 
76 1 143 

78 1 12> 
26 1 KM 
117 i 226 

89 I 206 

1 


ct— 

1 


1^ 

j; 

MZ ' 
1504 1 
3:«| 
80 
671 
289 1 
.1;;: 
;!(7 
-in 

:Sii 


Govern 
188] 

T 

ilil 

39 224 
601 734 

69 164 
158 ft'> 
2L'7 230 
1'24 117 

68 183 
134 146 

69 116 

79 96 
18 86 
103 171 
61 139 


01^ 

L 






Townships and 
Wards. 

Adams 


...„., 

16 
3 , 

ae : 

1 ' 

2 : 

5 1 


1 

1 

31 

3 ! 

1 


4^ 
1 

MR 


Defiance 

Delaware 


18 1 


1 


1881 


Farmer 

HicksviUe 

Hifihland 

Mark 


1 ' 
...... 


} 


250 
494 
248 
705 


Mllford 

Noble 

Rlchland- 
North Prt'ciiict 






286 
175 

175 


South 
Tittin 


- 




■■5"! 





104 
?T6 


Wit«*bin{ft<»n 






'unK 










Totals 


.. 1915 


m)62 


28 


1 


5010 


1977 


3140 


2.>, 


5 


5150 ! 


1740 


2451 


64 1 


47 


4325 



DKLAWARK ('uUNTY. 





Secretary of State— 




Pre,-*ident-- 






Governor— 










I SSI 








IKSO. 








18M 








T.iwnships jiiul 








; 








z, 




si 


n 


— r 


i 


Wrtrds. 


i > 


.2 rf 




'5 




1? g^ 




5 




s 


le 




""h 


^~ 


" i 


^ 


5.= 


1=^^ 




c- 


^iu 


^8 


<af 


•^ 


H 


Berkshirt' 


. 2.'>3 
. 17«1 


1«>1 
l.M) 


i«) 

12 


:;:;s 


261 
l.*vS 


140 .... 
12vS 


5 

11 


416 
:{'28 


•22.^ 
182 


156 
128 


:^ 
10 




4)0 


Berlin 


' 322 


Bn>wn, 


. 14:; 


121 


21 


•JKS 


145 


118 • .... 


16 


279 


117 


91 


31 




240 


Concord 


'.•7 


1<-. 


■J 


•-.K.'> 


ICM 


1S.5 




•2S9 


75 


161 


5 




244 


Dt'hiwarc township .. 


142 


12c. 


i:.i 


2-^1 


110 


119 


10 


•»-•, 


l;i9 


107 


15 , 




264 


Delaware i-itv— 




























First Ward 


_'.')S 


72 


9 


Hli9 


25s 


09 ... . 


10 


:W.i 


2:W 


53 


37 ' 




8:J2 


Second ■■ 


192 


ICX) 




207 


19:; 


9:; 




29.*'. 


17H 


77 


12 . 




>AR9 


Third " 


it:; 


11:. 


IS ' 


:;<)7 


177 


115 


15 


•.'AM 


1.54 


109 


8<> 




HKH 


Fourth •' 


s;; 


im 


l 


2T() 


'.H) 


107 





'2fhi 


SO 


151 


12 1 




245 


Fnih • 


. 151) 


27H 


-J 


UO 


IC*.') 


-.70 


1 


4:^.6 


14:] 


267 


8 , 




420 


tJenoa 


ini 


15.S 


:^ 


2fJ2 


100 


r.i 


•> 


2'.9 


S9 


122 


7 




218 


Harloni 


u:; 


14(1 


.s . 


2(17 


12<» 


140 


;', 


270 


«W 


131 


23 




'X*\ 


Kiuk'-ton 


. 114 


:i5 





15' 


122 


:is 


1 


161 


110 


.'15 


4 




157 


LibtMlv I'lvi'.iicl .No. 


('.7 


105 




173 


7:i 


'.»:{ 




HI 


65 


69 


17 1 




152 


LilKTty Preciiicr No.: 


.' M 


H:i 


5 


109 


«7 


7s 


;; 


U'^ 


70 


70 


9 




149 


MRrll)')io 


«i7 


■IS 


;i 


119 


0.! 


19 5 




117 


61 


44) 


2 1 




1<»7 


Oranjje 


1<-,1 


«»;, 


Ui 


27:; 


161 


92 ; 


15 


269 


141 


80 


:» 1 




?ft2 


().\tor< 


1«.»7 


1-29 


•» 


:t;o 


200 


12--. 


1 


:i:i5 


177 


119 


7 




mi 


PortiM 


i:^t) 


75 


4 ' 


•Mt 


i:S9 


09 


4 


212 


13.5 


62 


2 




; 200 


Knd.iu: 


2t;i 


74 


4 


:m 


2C»4 


74 1... . 


:; 


342 


•230 


70 


10 




310 


Sci.U'i 


, 151 


245 


29 , 


425 


M'.» 


240, 1 


25 


420 


126 


208 


44 1 




879 


Tiiomp.Min 


8-5 


147 


1 


2:51 


H5 


1-Xi 


1 


242 


66 


131 


/ , 




i 'JOT 


Ticnton 


<> 


VM 


... 11 1 


2:ti) 


SS 


i:i9 1 


IV 


•239 


62 


107 


■>« 




195 


Troy 


114 


102 




215 


11:. 


102 1 ... 




217 


103 


96 


ii 





200 


T,.l:il^ 


. :\m 


.307,'? 


'^ 181 


GG70 


:r>os 


296.S ' :. 


151 


60>43 


306S 


2543 


**i 





6131 



ELECTION STATLSTICS. 
ERIE COUNTY. 



3(>7 





Secretary of Slate— : 




President— 






Governor— 










1880. 






1880. 








ls« 


. 






TownshiiMi and 
Wards. 


n 

'>j 
H 

.. 316 


175 34 5 


6 
1 

1 


<'6 

11 


nil 


1 


> 


It 


4 


II 


5 

1 


1 


Berlin 


531 


3:^<'. 


176 38 


4 


555 


215 


1&5 


43 


22 


448 


Florence 


. 191! 


127 2 


322 


191 


128 5 


2 


826 


156 


im 


18 




280 


Gri>tou ~ 


.. 109 
21<.» 


130 ; 1 

194 1 12 1 


239 
426 


112 
•232 


131 

198 10 


"T 


218 
441 


79 
188 


r2«» 

166 


...... 


1 
11 


'}m 


Huron 


377 


Kelley's Island 


.. 108 


81 


1K9 


117 


76 1 2 




195 


110 


61 


1 


8: 


170 


Margarelta, 


.. 277 


156 1 4 


439 


287 


156 1 


2 


445 


240 


131 


18 




889 


Milan 


.. 283 


216 49 8 i 


5:»1 


:j06 


187 52 


4 


550 


256 


173 


13 


39 


48:^ 


Oxfnrd 


.. 112 


152 , 9 


273 


114 


157 




277 


98 


117 




6 


225 


Perking.. 


.. 206 


197 ' 


403 


211 


188 




400 


166 


167 


3 


1 1 


338 


Vermillion 


.. 149 


237 11 1 


897 


158 


244 14 


1 


417 


120 


20:'. 


17 


6 


350 


Sandusky (^ty- 


























KWard 


... 351 


339 1 


6% 


398 


803 1 




702 


306 


268 


3 ■ 


3 


588 


ill '• 


..: 377 

.. :*M 

... 21K) 
.. 162 


291 i 

:^:» ' 

373 1 

408 ; 


670 
646 
(i66 
575 


391 
316 
310 
182 


270 ; 

319 

382 

390 




662 
639 
692 
572 


28,'> 
287 
140 


273 

:m 
:M4 
356 


1 

3 i 

1 . 

i 


1 ! 


623 


3d •• 


5Q<) 


4th •' 


<>3> 


hth •* 


504 






Touls 


.. 34o5 


;W15 120 13 


7028 


3661 


33a5 Il27 1 


14 


7116 


298--^ 


2960 


130 


9:{ 


(;2i2 



FAIRFIKLD ( OUNTY. 



SeoFetarv of Slaite- 
1880. 



President— 
1880. 



Townships and 
Wrtrds. 



$S 






191 



Amanda 

Benie— 

8ui3ir Grovo Prec't.. 36 

Berne Township Pr. 104 
Bloom — 

Grecneasilc PnH?*t... 77 

Lithopolis " 6*; 

«'lear Creek 117 

^iretMirteld— 

rnrroll Precinct 103 

Gri'enriehl Preci \\.\ 

HntkiiiK 1> 

Llbertv J-w 

MadLsou 

FleaMnt 

Richland 

Rush Creek 

Violet 

Walnut 

Lancaiiter— 

1st Ward 

M •' 

8d ' 

4th •• 

5lh " 



ly 



= hJ.= - 



<'i r.1* «Jr; I 



Totals ... 



;u)i7 



2:59 I3:i 

2<;7 : , :Ki:: 

179 ; 2s:{ 

lO I LMii 

171 : 8 245 

3:^.1 481 

W5 19> 

l-M 1 2S7 

•j:^ I nr. 

:.•_>«; -» 7KS 

2s.rl • 2'.n-. 

:;:^«» 1 :.2s 

2n I J :M 

l'.K» :}sj 

;«f .;:::; ..,'.. ^> 

1X1 Hi'2 

119 :mh'. 

•jcl .-{27 

116 j • 200 I 

111 ' 211 

4801 ' 20 7s:{s 

i i 



191 



.NO 

70 



152 
170 
2«V0 

To;; 
2i>i 
lot 

196 



216 
1«»2 
12*» 

*»8 



- 2 4* « 



■4* 



(Jovornor— 
1881, 






242 1 435 1 

27»'. 312 

176 ' 2.S3 

177 2 1 21 iO 
17:; 1 10 25-1 
'M\ 4W ir. 

98 2a5 1(« 

145 297 i:52 

'im j.'jo : 145 

v o .'» 7^7 j 2:r> 

i\\ :;i7 I 79 

:v_'7 ' 52.S 18:; 

•22.". 4 :'.«Hi i:W 

11»». 39:i 17X 

:J«>9 1 ■:*}{) \K\ 

:il".i 578 ' 227 

2-JS 150 182 

116 2 310 lO'.i 

•j>.:; .... 3:52 <ks 

12:5 211 , -rf) 

114 2 , 215 91 



21:; IS , 402 

40 227 5 1 272 

92 1.59 2 1 25;; 

(VN 142 9 219 

(»;; U3 is 224 

r. :K)0 1! .. I \'M 

S7 9 219 

i:i^» :i : 274 

2J:{ 1 1 :^i9 

4'»2 5 1 7:12 

163 7 2M 

:;n7 N 498 

177 4<". U57 

ISO 7 4 I :HJ9 

:;2it 21 1 43-4 

299 27 .Vk5 

211 <1 .... i :59'.» 

126 1 : 2t)9 

2011 9 : 307 

122 2 ! 174 

113 3 207 



JS42 



S 21 71'92 2<i.">«'» 4:14s 221 4 ' 7229 



368 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Secretary of State— I 
' 1^80. I 



Townships and -a 

Wards. as, 

____ __'J^ 

Concord '■ 104 

Greene, j 108 



=J 'Up 






Jasper . 



"1 



24U 

Jefferson i 452 

Madison ^ > 151 

Marion ; 102 

Paint. , 315 

Perry ' 228 

Union— > 

West Precinct 341 

East •• 5r>3 

W-ayne 220 



♦« 1 
102 
240 ! 
270 I 
179 
122 
19f 

88 

282 
379 
178 



President— 
1880. 



Govenior- 
1881. 



200 , 
210 , 
489 
731 ! 
338 i 
224 
509 
316 ' 

6-23 i 
932 . 
3<« 



<2 'o-S «fc. o 

si 'Ss e8 -3 






la) 

109 

254 I 

451 

150 , 

102 

327 

221 

345 
'►58 
213 



102 ., 
91 
236 

285 

178 ., 
129 . 
198 '. 

86 I., 



2m I 92 1 

203 ; 98 , 

490 I 224 ' 

739 I 877 ' 

332 I 113 I 

231 , 88 , 

.V>5 , 262 

310 ' 196 1 



79 10 
73 I 12 

'203 I 1 
220 ' 11 
129 i 26 

80 I 3 
145 ; 7 

82 , 14 



273 i 1 
351 9 
179 1 



620 I 314 249 11 

921 512 ' 317 29 3 
:{95 ' 177 , 140 30 



Totab 28-26 2139 



i.»l 



496.-. 28.S0 2111 13 12 ' 4970 2-153 . 1717 154 3 4 



FKANKLIN COUNTY. 



Townships and 
Wanls. 



Secretarv of Stale— 
1880. 



Pre.sidont— 

ia*<o. 






^ . Is? ^ 



«.? .SjS *!i 5 



Gt>venior— 
1S81. 









Blendon | 

Brown j 

Clinton ' 

Franklin I 

Hamilton i 

Jacl(son 

JoflV'rson 

Madison— i 

Grov(»port Precinct. i 
Winchester " 

Marion 

Mifflin I 

Norwich 

Perry ' 

Plain 1 

Pleasant 

Prairie 

Sharon i 

Worth ington Precinct' 

Tmro ; 

Wa.shington 

•Colnmbns— i 

l.st Ward— A 

B 



;«7 

123 
137 
241 
147 
140 



170 
166 
111 
176 , 
215 
21 :; 
121 
231 
205 ' 

161 ; 



1«>4 I 1 36 
105 



2d 



4th 
5th 



6th 
7th 



A.. 
B.. 
A.. 
B.. 
A.. 
B.. 
A.. 
B.. 
C. 



-20S 
110 ' 

u.-, I 

159 I 
144 I 

164 ' 
fi6 
•J62 
263 
422 
:i49 



2-28 


Z'y'i 


327 




214 , 




:wi 


12 . 


220 




327 


1 6 


2.^)7 


111' 


371 


'- 1 , 


2;->0 


■\\ 1 


19<'. 


, 7 


lli-^ 


: 13 


isr, 


1 ' 6 


314 




251 


'» , ' 


113 , 


' 


28 


1 1 1 


228 


19 


188 


'-^^ , 


310 1 


5 1 


384 




6,37 


5 1 


197 


1 


250 


1 



95 
222 
275 
283 
203 



531 
230 
371 
567 
362 
48 1 
2i)3 

503 ' 
42^ ' 
484 
433 ' 
414 I 
;Mi3 I 
314 

546 ; 

462 
27n ' 
94 I 

4:.6 

321 

I 46:5 
5 IS 

I 788 ' 

1 219 : 

417 
164 
4SS 
549 , 
716 ' 
.Vv5 



346 , 
126 
MO 
'2'A) 

im 

144 

82 : 

176 
178 ' 
124 ' 
187 , 
215 ' 
218 
124 , 
2:» 
212 
164 

224 
113 

i:»l) 
169 
150 

20 
lfi9 

S2 
275 
283 
446 
.151 



lOo 
221' 
324 
200 
I'M 
•200 

;«2 

2r)6 

U43 
241 
1S2 
150 
1S2 
:n9 

2r)0 
lis 

29 
228 
18.-) 

311 
377 
iVll 
19S 
2:59 
's:i 
20:> 



200 



2 .-,3 





3 


3 






10 




3 




3 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


6 
11 

.'» 
1 


:5 
1 
2 


IS 




2:^ 


•) 




1 


i 


1 




2 





7 3 
1 ' T 



.^51 
227 ' 
.;73 ' 

37? 
488 ' 
21M ' 

511 
4:.7 
470 
1>:5 
41M 
379 
311 
.V.» 
476 I 
28:^ , 
% 
471 
321 

471 

5-18 

792 

220 

412 

l«i6 

484 

5.^0 > 

7-2\) , 

653 ' 



A.. 
B.. 



2rA) 
56 I 
210 i 



158 6 

79 1 

257 



415 
136 
177 



25S 147 
61 8.". ' 

2(»2 2.-)9 I 



413 
117 
477 



256 
109 

las I 

2<7 I 
1.32 I 
116 

134 
141 
110 
13J 
192 
lG<i 

99 
1S4 
165 
144 

49 
1(« 

89 

128 
133 
140 
27 

lis 

.\8 
275 
'261 
217 
'271 
188 
261 
144 
1*26 



IM 73 1 

73 ; 

176 8 , 

•240 1 ' 

171 

■267 18 ' 

190 6 

240 "34" Z... 

•2-26 17 1 

.3a-) ... 2 

197 14 

V,! 19 ! 

U-. 12 ' 

172 12 ' 

'246 5 

22») 

100 2 2 

24 1 2 , 

•2«i7 .-)1 

178 30 

298 2 

37h 2 1 

610 

173 , 

242 3 

8*.> ' 5 2 

173 6 4 

•231 6 3 

•2.53 2 2 

U\S ,8 2 

47 ' 6 

133 '5 N 

178 4 

148 10 



^ Vote in Wards of Columbns in 1879 alTords no basis of compariMin, as city was re-diMtri<: 
for 1880. 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
FRANKLIN COUNTY-Continucd. 



369 





Secre 

1 •d 


tary of State— 
i880. 




P 

a 


resident- 




I 


Governor— 




Townships and 
Wards, 




<-d 

1= 


ill 

r^ 1 




II 


j 


II 


^1 


§1 


1 

c 

"i 

1 
■1 


i 


Colambuf— <V)nt'd— 
Kill Ward— V 


. 2:% 
.' »w 
. r»28 
.; 223 
. 205 
.' 291 
. 300 
i STiO 
.1 86 


169 
234 
206 
265 

15S 

180 

:U7 
1«.)3 




1 
1 


107 

780 
48IL 
36i^ 
37-'> 
4i>^J 
tw4 
281 


art 

23o 

mi 


H6 
185 


...„ 


1 

2 
2 

1 


TBI 

27? 


24G 

m 

172 
U*7l 
1 IW 
;*75 
77 
AM 


330 

1;I7 
24V 
MO 

H07 
27H 
ti35 


7 

6 
1 
4 
n 

h 

ir> 

4 


:*7 

J7J 

7:v» 
ir.7 
aifi 

3tM 


B 

9th " A 

B 

lOlh ' A 

B 


111. 

1 !-r! 


11th '* 


1 


4fUt 


12ih " A 

B 


i!I!!L;;!!' 


nfi4 

350 


ISth " 


|...... ...... 






11 


^ 


564 


'' A 


'. * *:«2' 
57 


"i45'::::::i::;::;; 

68 1 ■ 


4ft;^ 

12(1 


'm2 


iii i 

GO 


1 
1 


4Ki 




B 








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14th •* 


£133 


itll 


u 


'^ 


57 J 


A 


.1 m 

i 2i 


2:52 2 i ;J 1 

29 : 1 


55S 

51 


24 




s 


r»7i 




B 


,p„.„,. 










,..**». 


Totals 


.. 909.1 


10052 


62 


|139 


lt»43*,i 


1 9138 


«*., 


|.^ 


1<3 


lfi57i 


Kr77 


^822 


422 


61 


17*i» 



FULTON COrXTY. 





Secrc 

ll 


tary of Slate— 
1880. 




c 

H 

r.06 

'245 

8.^ 
247 
25.5 
:J64 
449 

r>80 

247 
276 
352 
617 


g « 

II 

IW 
164 
591 
188 
136 
•221 
161 

aw 

2UI 
185 
224 
379 


resident- 
1880. 




p 
1 

316 
249 
862 
•25:J 
259 
37«i 
43(i 
542 
259 
275 
:i56 
618 


G 

11 

145 
121 
491 
181 
1-26 
IW. 
ISA 
ItK'. 
161 
130 
1S6 
326 


Governor— 
1881. 1 




Town«)-ip6 and 
Ward-. 


= s is 
5- gs 


5; 


Wii) field S. 
Hancock. 

James B 
Weaver. 

Neal Dow. 


•no 

8«; 
•28 
160 
31 
\H\ 
101 
175 
17.S 
37 
77 
89 
172 


Ml Si 

■<oi ^• 

,5! :-. 

5 1 s . 
45 'IS 1 
:52 ! ii , 
. 1 

3 ; 15 ' 

M ^ 
&.', ' 

•J 1 

: 14 1 

: 8 1 7 , 

i_-L _li 

,219 ! 72 ' 

1 


p 

5 


Amboy. 

UhfrUrrfield 

ninton 

Dorer ^ 

Fmnkliii 


1 187 
! IGO 

: 5».-. 

: 18.-, 

IJM 

212 
147 
2V> 
1 190 
: 184 
221 

i '-''' 


\\7 2 

Tl 12 

33« 28 

5a 7 
laa 


2 
1 
3 


115 

76 

239 

123 


2 
8 
•29 
10 


1 
3 
2 

"2 


•J4'.» 

72i. 
'J(iO 
J24 


Fultoa 


iw-i 12 

2410 4 

367 4 6 
4« 8 ! 1 
S7 5 ! 

118 14 


144 ' 11 


;^i 


German 

Gorbam ~. 

me 

Rojmlton 


•267 
•275 
51 
89 
124 
•2:}1 


(> 
2 
4 
1 


j:i8 

•202 
•.'22 


SwM Cre^k 


s 


i:«.»2 


Yo* ^ 


2:% .{ 


3 
16 


4 


17 


rj;»0 


Totals 


|2841 


1801 90 


47G8 


2U12 


1787 


85 


4801 


2:;22 


12:^0 


:>.'^'. 


__ 




. .. 


























Govenio —Dover townMhip, scattering, 1. 



24 



8 .«. 



370 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
OALLIA COUNTY. 





1 Sfcrc 

il 

H. 

m 

1«0 

im 

tTit\ 

III! 

1>IU 
UA 
211 
HIM 

I4r* 
lll!J 

274 
3» 

15(1 
•2W 
151 


lar>' of Slate— 
18bO. 


p 

J 

sea 
m 

Idd 

lii 

271 

a." 

2S1 

::«Ji 

ITS" 


Pr«»id.nt- 

1K«0. 




1 ^ 
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250 
IflS 

^7B 
^4 

ari 

1284 


c 

g| 

DO 
ISI 
126 
132 

K» 
IG&. 

m 

140 

iTt; 

124 

lai 

l.>7 

U» 
158 
1741 
140 


rovomor— ^ 
1881. 1 


Townships and 
Wards. 

Addison . , ....^.^ 


lii 

JSl 

1 7<> 

IVJ 

1 I4fl 

nri 

' 113 

ft-? 

1^*7 

IW^ 

144* 
Ml 


' 1 


il 

lar 

177 
141 

m 

113 
2i;i 

141 
2111 
UiT 

iri3 
n 
m 

ie-2 

101 

m 
3M 


■ irii 
'liiil 

17-2 1 

« i 

5i 1 


il 

I 


1S7 ! 


15 




STil 


-i'ho^lilre ,...»*.# 


1 


£16 
13fi 


Choshlrc l*r*'fliict 


1, 


5ir . C 
ir-s 1 3 
42, 1 

102 4 
71 3 

I&5 ...... 

Ba 1 , 
«{!( , n 

112 17 

12» -^.. 
41 , S 

ii4i < m 
122 fi 

1 
ir*9 ,._,. 
100 1 a 
75' a 

ai 1..,.. 


1 

1 


Clny 


,......; 4 


138 

da 

lit) 

iHl 
110 
HJ7 
1-11 

178 

8i 

lO-i 

1*7 

75 
5£i 


..*., 


Green *^«...»... 

(f reen fi old ... «...»>. 


1 1 » 


"i" 
a 

I 
1 1 

"i 1 


"a 



m 


(rllVdII ,.».«.*, w^... 


|,,„..i..,.*. 


350 

£9 


Iliirrisou +,„ , ,**,„ 


1 '"' . 


Huntinjjcton -.. 


, ' 7 


270 

an 


Morgan ..^.^ . 


Oliio _ 

Perry .».^» 

Ilac<*oon *Hi,^ 


i:::::.i"^ 


Sprinfffield „ ,„...„. i 


148 i:;:;:a.:. 


111 


Walnut H 


IS i:":j" -- 


Gallinoli.^- 
iRt Wanl ._,. 


182 

m 

L7 






174 


2d 


1 




3<l '• , 

4lh •• 


Totals 


.ilWti 


23()l> 


2 


15 


»r*;ri 


^4H8 


iteie 


7 


11 


r*» 


:isri« 


li^ 1 7G 


7 


1077 



OEArOA ( OUNTY. 



To\vn»ihlps and 
Wards. 



.'Secretary of Slate— I 
1 1880. 



,11 



1-2 5 is'"? 



Anbiirn I IfiO j 

RalnJuldw.. 

BiiFMii 

Chnrdon 



, ■'►■''" i 

(Ihe^ter ( I'lfl 

rliin<J(in 1 \M \ 

IbnnpdcMi 1 I.''.'* I 

Huutshnrt' , l*M) , 

Middlofifld ! ISI I 

Montvillc ir.O I 

Miin-i.n ■ liiT ' 

NrwbiMiy ! r.u ' 

Pjirknmn 17(» I 

Ku-M-M I ir.7 , 

Thoni|»s<Mi ' 10:1 

Troy 200 I 



■1 ■! 



Totals I 2*.m 



1().S J 

•Jli 

27 ' 

h\ ^ 

4:1 
r.i 
-n . 

M 



48 
807 






|., 



31)7 

VMi I 

{VJff I 

46*^ ' 

ai4 , 

174 I 

2^1 j 

2t>;i ' 

21 H 

■Jii7 

l«'i , 

m . 

*jr4.s ' 



Pi evident— 

1880. 



fi| =£| bS 



im» 
14^ 
21« 
3fiJ 
li>2 
tST 
N^ 

I7fl 
Kl'J 
Tir 
l!n 
17D 
174 

2(i« 



«2 

im 

2G 



fl I 4 :»ai I m'^^ I Bl.-i 



,.. 
4 .. 



2 I 



..,| 



^ j= 



1 B - 




-1 I 



2:^6 


142 


*m 


ito 


aao 


ill 


471 


fl05 


]i» 


14ft 


ITS 


S 


131 


lU 


U43 


ISo 


KK^p 


]^ 


2^i 


142 


:5?i 


lJ-%7 , 


2«l 


m 


101 


la-i 


283 


IfiS 


254 


15S{ 


9m 


251G 



29 
39 
76 
SI 
IT 
IQ 
1S» 
1^ 
4t 



24 1 

&8 8 



1« 
» 



251G &BO\n m 31W 



m 
lAt 



IW 
143 

ITU 
300 
Ul 

US 
t*T 

IH 

IM 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
GREENE COUNTY. 



371 





Secretary of Biatv— 


H 


P 






1 

2S» 

iSl^ 

r.97 

3l>i 

157 
47ff 

.%7 
4IMI 
4;i7 
ttSO 

247 
435 


ll 

143 
\%S 
27 Ji 
12^ 
273 
Ifil 
113 

73 

157 

l*i.'i 

2i\'> 

.440 

Ifii 
174 


ttVirrnor— 
l^Sl. 




Tttirn^hJli* And 


'1 
^1 


li 


li 


ll 


3L ■ 


II 


i 

■-' 
4 

1 
2 

1 


i ' 

14J 2 

Ill- H 

147 12 

100 4 

Hi ITL 

40 , I'v 

190 ■ 21 

1 

M \ f^ 


6 

I 

OS 

I 


i*ivi^r Creek ^t*,.,-. . * 


14.' 

J54 

477 

1W\ 

167 

lae 

\m 
•m 

3&J 

go 


171 

141 
23g 
140 
](B 

m 

&!* 
IBS' 






aw 

384 

3ai 

2ff9 
3i>2 

1&4 
4»7 
338 
5ftl 
417 
440 
674 

24ii 
271 

2519 


175 
148 
3S1 

lei 

19& 
174 

117 

4tn 

2\1 
550 

18§ 

T^ 
397 
91 


140 
23ft 
140 
100 

141 

147 

HB 

m 
\m 

128 
102 

m 


— ■ 


33K 
•292 
4^8 




272 
r>2ti 




208 

la") 




4 

I 
I 


4a'> 


ftMK . ..„.. 


144 '..,.:. 

153 

181 

!M ;...... 

134 ....... 

iw 1 

iSi:::::: 


^.... 


2 
3 
3 


no 

44 

Ih 

li-S 
11^ 


7 

n 

2 

^'"i 

'?! 


28r> 


iltv^r Cm^k ..... -.J 


4110 


m^trCi^k ».,.... 

JbWlto .«.-^,...-. 

m wwd — 

m - -. 

^d '^ ~ «...„. 


370 
iJ6o 


1 
""2" 


2 

4 
3 
3 


6C7 

236 
241 
229 


4tll " 

SUl * 


315 


fi 


1 


2ti7 


i£ - ::r: 


1()7 






.......4* ...... 






' 


*' ■ * 












Potali »» 


4«24 


MM 


41 


7H7S 


4i^i7 


2AT^ 


9 


42 


7446 


SJvSif 


-"mo 393 \ 

1 1 


6490 



GUERNSEY COUNTY. 





Secre^ATy ol atate— 


1 


P 


reside 

188a 

li 


nt— 




5 




Is: 


1,S.S1. 








li 


\i 




II 


ll 


^1 

ll 


1 




Si 

s 


AtUnii 


iifl 

114 
191 
17fi 
lOfl 
lOil 

las 

126 
7ft 
1S7 
190 
170 
233 
114 
177 

ao2 

234J 
105 

145 
102 


49 

107 
1S3 
116 
107 
141 
113 
U 
118 
1,T7 

Ha 

J 03 
176 
K»2 
174 

99 
118 
121 

71 

m 

132 


"i' 


2 
3 


:i29 

292 
210 
249 
258 
211 
198 
824 
286 
274 
418 
218 
354 
307 
303 
227 
166 
215 
234 
408 


12a 

117 
197 
179 
111 
114 

i;i8 

125 
81 
188 
188 
167 
234 
118 
175 
201 
235 
111 
94 
147 
106 
162 


45 

mi 

132 
113 
112 
145 
116 

811 
118 
127 

80 
101 
180 

93 
174 
102 
120 
120 

68 

67 
125 
2:« 






174 
222 

hi 

29 i 
2:i:{ 
201 
264 
212 
199 
316 
273 
271 
4-22 
216 
3.-)l 
316 
:WQ 
il3I 
162 
214 
232 
405 


liXi 

121 
201 
178 

9:> 

U7 
120 
112 

16:; 

147 

160 

227 

1(K) 

164 

• 107 

210 

90 

8S 

I0»i 

M 

158 


42 .x..,v 




1 


146 

227 


\wt Prerliict . . . 


1 
...... 

8 
1 
6 


1 

i 

1 

1 
3 


sd •* ,.„, 


12-2 8 . 2 

111) <i 


3:14 


M " 


297 


4ttl *' ^.... 

^ Titter — „,**, ., 


1 


... 
1 
2 
3 


li'O 

102 
00 

10.-) 

lOS 
5:) 
82 

l.'xi 
7;{ 

l4.-> 
S.> 
97 

101 
00 
57 

lUU 

215 


17 , 5 

10 ; 

> 1 

10 ' 

4N ! 


219 
22.^ 
246 
19'> 


Kbcj^ .-...«.«„„„. 










J 70 


il«tliwti - P*... ..-...-. . . - 

MQnood.. «.. 

^^-MoBdi&c- .«..»*-. 










29^ 




1 


1 


4 


250 


i 

••4* 

3 


8 
1 

"2' 
7 


1 

""2 
3 


6 

1 

6 


li^ 
19 

20 
26 
20 

3 

8 


'\"a 


193 


itidibiia^ ^.. 


316 
•275 
:«7 
217 










151 





2 






171 


^liecltnt ^, 

WOla . . _ ,. 






1 ' 

6| 2 


191 


1 





2 


4 


3S4 






TMlls 


3277 


2598 


11 


34 


5940 


3118 


2568 


26 


86 


5931 


•2954 


•2213 


'266 1 ^* 


5482 











370 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
OALLIA COUNTY. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



Addison 

-iy'ho'ihlre 

Cheshire Precinct.. 

Ciny 

«>aIh^»oli^ 

Green 

Greenfield 

Guyan 

Harrison 

Huntington 

Morgan 

Ohio 

Perry 

Raccoon 

Springfield 

Walnut 

Gallipoli^ — 

iRt Ward 

2d •• 

3d '• 

4th " 

TotaU 




Governor— 
1881. 



is 



^ > '--CI * ^ 



134 

180 

J3r. 

156 
11 Hi 
210 
144 
211 
168 
229 

14:> 

85 
192 
274 

2:W 

1^8 

98 
150 
210 
151 


181 
70 
03 






;Vi3 

2;-rt> 
201 
304 
UK) 
323 
240 
409 
271 
•x&S 
301 
233 
275 
&^)7 
:W7 
349 

281 
2<il 
304 
179 


137 
177 
141 
101 
113 
213 
141 
2fl9 
107 
2:W 

ir>3 

94 

193 
289 
243 

iin» 

101 
l;->8 
206 
158 


172 

73 

5» 

138 

65 

110 

95 

221 

110 

107 

141 

178 

82 

82 

143 

162 

167 
100 
79 
24 






309 
250 
198 
304 
180 
32:i 


99 
161 
126 
132 

h{) 
105 
llfi 
190 
149 
176 
124 

7« 
151 
250 
194 
157 

93 
158 
170 
146 


137 
50 
50 
•)2 
42 

102 
71 

155 
85 
83 

112 

1-28 
4( 
82 i 

]«0 i 

122 j 

159 . 
100 

75 

•25 






TA 










VIS 









1 
1 


6 
2 
1 
4 
3 
...... 

8 
17 


1 


1^ 


140 
GO 
113 
95 
197 
103 
J 02 
153 
146 
81 
80 
148 
160 

182 
109 
93 
27 




2 


Vft 


iti 




1 






271 






279 
;i>4 
295 
275 
278 
374 

aw 

272 
265 
286 
18:i 


190 








.| 330 






.. ' 'J26 




7 


3 


8 

"3" 
3 


.... 270 


.'.'".'. 


"2 
3 




2M 
1» 

*)11 


3 
5 
16 








5 


?84 






1 

1 

...... 


!.... 


•2 
3 




■^1 


1 




2M 

9.%. 


1 




II 174 


3100 


2309 


2 


15 


5792 


3488 


2310 


' 


16 


.->8:i6 


2928 


]82t) 


76 




4877 



GEAUGA COUNTY. 



To\vn««hlps and 
Wards. 



Auburn .. .. 
Rainbridge.. 

Burton 

Chnrdon 

Chester 

Clrtridon .. .. 
Ilrtinpdcn ... 
Huntsburg.. 
Mid.llefield . 
Monlvillc .... 

Muti»«in 

Nowboriy ..., 
Parknian.. . 

Ru»soIl 

Thompson ... 
Troy , 

Totals .... 



Secretary of Slate— 
1880. 




iiJi 


Cha>. A. 

Lloyd. 

William H. 

Doan. 


a) 


1 



150 
139 
213 

:r)7 

150 
184 
139 
190 
181 
100 
107 
VM 
170 
107 
195 
200 
i 

2995 



51 

h:{ 

108 
20 
27 
32 
10 
51 
43 
51 
34 
83 
22 



1 








1 












3 























4 


6 




~T 


4 



207 
190 
3-26 
466 
185 
214 
174 
206 
2*4 
203 
218 
228 
207 
189 
270 
248 



Pie-ident— 
1880. 



c» • 



2Q »^ S ® 

a 4/' '^ 



Governor— 
1881. 



-»0 >a3 -5-' Jir ' fH I ^"^ 



^1 I'^c-I - i ^ 



109 
142 
246 
362 
162 
187 
143 
197 
178 
162 
167 
191 
170 
174 
195 
208 


55 
60 
82 
IM 
26 
33 
21; 
23 
52 
42 
50 
37 
84 
20 
75 
46 


1 




226 
203 
830 
471 
190 
224 
178 
221 
243 
205 
222 
231 
201 
194 


142 
110 
211 
305 
146 
151 
121 
158 
155 
133 
142 
157 
139 

ia5 

153 

158 


29 
89 
76 
81 
17 
19 
19 
12 
41 
28 
40 
24 
58 
16 
56 
35 






IT 


1 

J 

"4" 


...... 

■ r 
3 


IS 


2 
3 
1 
2 
4 


...... 

1 


29 

17 
U 
17 


9 
I 
4 

5 


" 2 




6 


16 
IS 

2tt 






1 
3 

1 

"2 


' 


13 




283 
254 


17 1 22: 
\% 








3053 


815 


52 


4 


3934 


2516 


590 

1 


22 


S7;»» 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



373 



HAMILTON COUNTY-Coutlnued. 



Townships an<l Wards. 



'Secretary of St^ic 



I i ;.• 

I . li 

■ = \ < B 



Oiliini»»'« Tii\vushl|» — 

ff«>i P.eciiict 

Center " 

B*^ * 

OAkl'T " 

«*p»*by Town-hip 

D.lhrTo.%ii«hi| — 

We«l Hre«-uict 

Ei<l *• 

(inxMi T. mil.- hip— 

S.iiih-wcj«i IV cinct 

Xtwtli-wf*^i •• 

SX'tlt-VllNt " 

Nonli-ei«>C " 

Hirrl'Mjn Township 

Miaiiii Towiishlv 

Jflll C!r«»k Townshi i — 

Nonh-if.iHt Pneinrt , 

WiMiiMi i'lacc •• 

(liiUiii " 

Wcaticni •• 

Av«»ii') lit* " 

SJ. W-jn»rtr<l " 

«MI«-atUin •' 

u..irtiii:i •• 

RlV.•l^^!o T«»wr.sh1p 

>,inii»frt'.'l'1 TownHhli:— 

Wvniiihm Precliici 

rt:e:.«l:lc • 

WlShTJI '* 

Ihiftwcll " , 

Spriii;; •iilf ** ; 

Speiiotr Township— 1 

Viiilh l»nr.i,.,rt 

S-iiitli *' ' 

Srminiin.' Tnwnshnv— | 

*t . ' I *'ti»rl 

Snnn Vrepitivi ^ ,. 

Lwfe'rtiiH ,. ..-*-, .. 

Whiti'ttHif 1 r ii^hij — 

U^uth I'r. !iut 

K"rLtj 
ll,«ur f i«_V 

ToUls 



14s 
»)7 
100 
1.8 
IIU 

12:^ 
178 

Kx; 
lis 

2:rt 
1 n 
227 
2:UJ 

IhlO 
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112 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Secretary of State 
— IWSO. 



Townships and Wnrdy. 






Prcsldent- 



I 



Govi riioj - 



I 



CiiK'innati— 
Isi Ward— A 

B 

C 

1) 

2d Ward— A 

B 

3d Ward— A 

B .... 

C 

4thWard-A 

B 

C 

GihWard— A 

B 

GthWard— A 

B.... 
-ihWard— A 

B 

S h Ward— A ... 

B ... 
OihWard— A 

B 

10lhWard-\ 

B 

llthWrtnl A 

H 

12th Ward— A 

B 

15lhWard-A 

B 

14thWard— A 

B .... 
IJlhWard— A 

B 

16th Ward— A 

B 

17thWard-A 

B 

lsihWard-\ 

B 

IDihWard— A .... 

B 

j)ihWard— A 

B 

•J 1st Ward— A .... 

B.... 



•iJd Ward— A 

B 

JJd Ward -A 

B 

JlthW;ird-A 

B 

J')lhWard— A 

.vndurHon T<)\vn>liii)— 

North Precinct 

Center " 

South " 

<'olerain Towiitiliip — 

Nort-ca>l Precinct 

South-\ve.*'t •■ 



370 
4(>1 
340 
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1024 
410 
630 
120 
301 

i:w 

341 
501 
344 
474 

r>io ; 

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743 I 
414 
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417 I 
941 
595 I 

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494 , 
427 ' 

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159 
100 

197! 

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605 

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190 

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221 

910 

380 

414 

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355 

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451 

442 

4.S5 

700 

5'i7 

209 

441 

342 

519 

200 

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573 

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515 

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597 

429 

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420 

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113 
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529 
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119 
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370 i 
485 
570 I 
417 
763 
428 
420 
231 
841 
450 
973 
642 
1047 
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813 
301 
742 
782 
393 
708 
471 
513 
437 
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399 
737 
572 
407 , 

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ELECTION STATISTICS. 
HARRISON COUNTY. 



375 





Secrotmxy of States- 


1 ^ 


President— 
18S0. 


1 


1881. 




'1 
if 

«5 






11 


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1 
1 




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Aictier ...„—. 

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111 

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1«9 

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161 


111 

as 
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la* 

HI 







101 
154 

m 

TOD 

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t£20 

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162 


111 
93 

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124 
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in 

171 
71 


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m 
m 

713 

a&2 
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23a 

m 

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104 

171 
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168 

m* 

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26 1 0^9 


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1 ^ " 

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170 ' K»7 


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Short Creek 


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1 


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23«0 ' 


lioG 2Cli 1 HI 4427 



HENRY COUNTY. 





BeoretAry of Si»ie— 




PfCiidem- 
1(*60, 


* 
1 


G 

h 


overnor— 


■ 


^-^^gat'"" 


51 •U\<^ 


II 


<2 
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1| i| 1 


"1 <di4 




I«tow.„. 


157 
Uk 

na 
122 

7*J 

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■15 
371 

43 
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77 
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235 
316 

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289 
237 
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1013 

211 

147 

1^ 

1 170 

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84 
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107 
51 
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74 

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51 
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166 


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115 
in; 

53 
114 


117 3 ......1 -m 

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1.^ ^-^-H 1 -m 


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10a 

15S 
124 

lilt 

175 
173 




iUrrtum _....,„ 

W«l »' „„„ 


* 
3 


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2 


n« 1^ 1 2*0 
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57i;^5 io'i Wl 

1 1 
127 . L. Iffi 




170 
97 
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mEi" ::: 




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i*7' ',.„/ 140 

&7 1 12 1 13H 


BUtKTjUe ^ . . 






70 -ft ! " " ijj; 


W^hiiEton 


v^ 


'1 


151 


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1041 


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376 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
HIGHLAND COUNTY. 



-• r— 


Secre 

■4 


tarv 
1880 


rstate- 




>■ 

1 


President— 
J 880. 


1 


Governor— 
l{t81. 




TownRhipfl and 
Ward*. 


1^ 






AS 


mi 


1 
1 


1^ 

Oh 


I1 1-: 1 


6 



Brush Creek- 
North PrccititU^.... 


iU 

lfl2 

4U 
73 

■m 

SOT 

n 
m 

m 

TO 
MO 

7f) 
124 


71 

m 

14L 

15a 

511 

SOB 
Iflet 
15a 

aTTj 
^1 
S*4 

im 

m 
m 

14S 






170 
235 
338 
2<.>i) 
441 
C30 

020 1 

JOT 

206 
320 
360 
257 
3Ui 
219 
280 


0,j 

187 
I4n 
4;U 

•J? 

72 
!>4 

1*< 
l)i7 
21U 

7(j 
HO 

75 
13« 


m 

ISl 


1 


164 
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441 

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3ft0 

225 

012 

mt 

ITT 

no 
jm 

sai 
ma 


lai 

I7i* 

77 
Mi 

m 

IfW 

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7^ 
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146 


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."!" " r 


3af 


(•oiicord „,.....».'. 


: i 


a»6 J 10 

aui 4 


TIM 


Dtulson ,»,.»,.„ 


405 


Fairfield . . «... 


Oft! 


HKiiier »*+«b n**n 


' %U 


Jack^D „..„,..... 

Liberty- 
North PrecinCE.M^^>.. 


■ 1 n 


lid 
an 

104 
174 

121 


:z:;'T 


2Di 

flpn 
)tl7 


South •* ^...„ 
MtidiKon .„. .,. 


:::::;' i 


MarHhall , .„, 


l(?J 


New Market 


--"*] 


* 


"74 


Paint- 
North Precinct 








^30 


South " 






"a" 


nuo 


Penn 

Salem 


.:„„•••?• 


[41! :::::: 

ITrf 


ai7 

'J41 


Union 


V""- 


luii ' ' i 

144 j.,....U.... 


2S2 


Wa.shlngrton * 

White Oak 


206 




27G 








Totals 


m*i 


3;}«i 


1 111 


7285 


:i&u 


HJtlU 1 27 


7) 8ft 


;*3oa 


3435 rtcs 


i 


(TTS; 






I 











HOCKING COUNTV. 





' Secretary of State— 
1 1880. 




.1 
;^J8 

K.»l 
211 

^^ 

210 

3»^» 
2. 4 J 

2S(J 

4r.> 


President- 
1880. 

104 22:i 1 . .. 
421 4«;2 12 

i.r. IJ.-i ! 

2i'.. I'.O 7 
0\ |.>K 1 

1 ITt) ' 1 1 
r,. VM 1 -, 
14 r 247 , 12 

Kt v.n ' 

v.n 105 1 

2ul jr.\ I ;;7 


S5 


1 


G 

It- 


ovemor— 
1S81. 


1 
1 




Townships and 
Wards, 


'11 

, J3 St 

. 1 i:)8 

... 4CKI 


1^ 
P 

217 
475 
121 
201 
IGl 
KM 
175 
22.S 
l'.»4 
'M 
220 


^^ ' ' 

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Ifll 




Uontf>w 


...... 

1 


251 
410 
225 
•265 
2«W 
407 
27'.» 
2t««i 
44 i 


I.2I 

385 1 
12U 
149 1 

45 1 

Si 

140 1 

" iVo i 

'>8 , 
110 1 

1 


192 1 2 
480, 3 

79 ' 1 
151 1 2 
130 1 5 
142 > 3 

178 i 

172 49 
LtN ! 

81 ; 

"i42*i ::::' 

98 

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2 
20 

7 
13 

T 
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290 


K.ill> 


89t 


Aiow Prt'ciiH-t 

(rrvt'ii 


...1 12J) 
... ^W 


217 
182 


( iood 1 lOIM* 


J 5'.) 


315 






224 


Miirioi) 


. . (K) 


280 


Ivrry 


-1 f: 


307 
197 
290 


Srurr 

Ward 


4I ;.:::::! 


Wl I*rc<;iiict 


1 


3^ 


.»,] •< 


















189 


Wiishiiigton 


... iJ.i 
...,1727" 


115 

240:; 


1 

1 


272 


131 


151 


.7 


282 


2S8 


Toiuls 


421:; 


18;;.j 


4145 


1401 1 


21-25 j e5 


liiO 


3882 



ELECTION STATIbllCS. 
HOLMES COUNTY. 



377 





^'ecretarv of SlaU'— 
1880. 


> 


Prpsidpnt— 
J8S0. 

Ss «= 1 = 5'^ 


i 
g 


Governor— 
18S1. 






Tou"n«hl|>s and 
Ward*, 


If 




S| 15 p 


1 

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3 

I 


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73 

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11 

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112 


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am 

771 

AM 
All 


m i U2 1 

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S2 137 12 i 

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HURON COUNTY. 



To\vn*ilili>s and 
Wards*. 


Secretary ol 
1880 


State— 

lllll 


c 
1 c 

>■ 


Prc^ideni— 
1880. 

E i: ^ 5 '£ o 

CSr^S -3 S-J 


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1 

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f 

1 

2 

5 


Governor— 
1881. 

IS 1 1^ Hi 


1 


1 


Brouson 


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I7li 
260 

ir>r> 

128 
2*1 
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182 

r^4 

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208 
2m> 
182 
152 
178 
i:i7 

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82 
120 
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70 
56 
101 
50 
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W 
86 
127 
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82 
110 
2!5 
62 
95 
179 
H2 
170 
46 
104 
287 

21.S 
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4 1 a 
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40 ZZ 

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271 

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17r 
liil. 


« ,-- 

80 *^ 
165 1 J 

t>7 f 

41 24 

81 ■ 17 
51 ..... 
74 ! 2 
95 27 
M , 14 

121 i 


20 
...... 

1 

IB 


'^JU 


Kellt-v'iK* i'reeinct 


241 


r'bieaxo Jiiiictlon 

(1arki.«iM 

Fairfield 

FltchvlL» 


J 

10 

(1 

14 


"T 

4 

I 
...... 

ft 

s 
ti 
4 

...... 


145 
229 
^^24 
201 


Greenfield 


217 


(trefnwich 

Hanlrtiid 


211 


Lyme 


231 


New liOndon 


84 ' 12 

8:1 , 5 
97 1 4 
1.S9 14 
72 1 \i 
115 ! 9 
ItMi IM 

mi 1 9 

IVi ' 


l«l 

...... 


152 


New Haven 

XorwHlIc 


433 
27rt 


m Ward 


395 


24 - 

sd *• 


•233 

25(1 


4th " 


351 


Xorwicii 


22-> 




•>45 


Plymouth Fre<iuct ... 
Richmond 


38 ; in 

81 n 

251 '" 

42 1 2r 

175 ' 

01 1 US 

109 I ;;h 


a' 

1 


12:{ 
1*)1 


WdKefteM 

Wplt-y 

hht-rnian 

Town^Mjd 

Wakeman 




1 
2fi 
2 


if" 
e 


454 
215 
211 
286 
814 


Totah 


4377 


2.h;7 


219 nw 


trlSM 


in^yi 


;iLHO 


177 


tP5 


7d7S 


3tKo ; 


2632 J31 i 


'" 


6794 



376 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
HIGHLAND COUNTY. 





Secre 


tarv o 
1880 


rState- 


B 


> 


I 

II 


poidcnt— 
1880. 


i 
1 

164 
241 

2X1» 

:m 

441 

2.VJ 
225 

612 

mi 

Mi\ 
Ml 
270 

250 
:?20 

2.V> 

3JW 
219 
28..) 


Governor— 
1881. 


Townships and 
\Vard«. 




1^' 


=3 
ii 


2I 


1^ 

^5: 


1 

1 


II 




Brush Creek- 
North PrccincL 


95 
1S4 
192 
134 
147 

4ir. 

57 
73 

345 

405 

507 

72 

98 

143 

I8r. 

205 
70 

140 
70 

124 


74 
101 
141 
156 
291 
208 
198 
153 

275 
271 
344 

m\ 

178 

121 
135 
160 
187 
196 
148 
161 


1 


170 
235 
838 
29;) 
444 
630 
*2.J5 
221» 

620 

r»7h 

855 
176 
277 

266 
320 
360 
257 
3«) 
219 
285 


95 
137 
136 
187 
146 
4:l;{ 
59 
77 

343 

ton 

513 
72 
94 

138 
187 
210 

70 
140 

75 
12K 


09 

io:j 

151 
134 
2^ 






74 

13<i 
178 
119 
12-i 
331 
(iO 
77 

344 

170 
6S 

m 

129 
ISl 
KiO 

,^ 

73 
129 


65 






South ** 






94 
12;-> 
141 
2«r2 
lt« 
MVi 
131 

245 
264 
276 






C!av 


i 


1 
4 




('oiicord 


E! • 




DtHison 


10" 


2U ' .- 


Fairfield 


201 ' 4 


9S 




Hamer 


146 


1 




Jack <on 


2 

1 


...... ...... 


1 

9 
•29 




Liberty- 
North Precinct 


2u6 
257 
321 






South *' 


:::::: '4 







Mndiifon 


- 




Marshall 


104 

174 ' 


97 3 
171 3 




New Market 






Pamt— 
North Precinct 




121 


' 


88 
112 
126 
1(U) 
151 
1-27 
146 


18 
6 

::o 


1 


South •* 




1 




Penn 


, 4 


14«; 1 1 2 


■■ 


Salem .... 


17f< 
1% 
114 
160 






Union 






1 ' 


21 
2 




Wnshlngton 








White Oak 














1 






TotAls 


3612 


3591 


i 21 


72S5 1 3648 


8490 27 


7185 


3306 


3135 


:JC8 


1 

















HOCKING COI.'NTV. 



I 8ecretar>' of SUte— 
I 1880. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



o 






Benton j 108 

_l'\ill.s 40.1 

lioro Precinct [ VS) 

(rrcrn 19«.> 

iMMid Hope.... 

Lnurel 

Marion 

Ivrry 

.'^alt Creek 

Starr 

^Ward I 191 

l«it Precinct .... 

2d •• L.. 

-Wii.«hinglon | 1 

ToUils I 17 



..J 187 



217 
475 
121 
201 
161 
168 

175 I |.. 

228 I 15 |.. 

VH ! 

'.W 1 , . 
220 ; 41 |.. 



17 



328 : 

211 I 

4«5 I 
220 

2.1-; 

210 
3f»i> ! 
2<r» ] 

2S6 
41'.) 



PreMiient- 
1880. 



' I 



<2 -C «i^ 6 




HM 


•J2;^ 


421 


Ah'l 


i:i«i 


I'.O 


('•<• 


i:.K 


1 


ITO 


147 


•J47 


h.'. 


l'.»l 


191 


10-, 


•2Ul 


2(13 



145 



272 I 131 151 



Governor- 
1S81. 






327 I 

895 ; 

•2.51 
410 
2-25 I 
2»V> 

•2<;i 

407 

'J7'> 

ni 



424: 



18;J.; 



•282 
4145 



92 I 192 . 2 2 

385 48(1 3 20 

129 79 1 7 

149 I 151 2 13 

45 130 5 

64 I 142 3 13 

in I 178 3 

«Mi I 172 49 16 

5.) lis 

110 81 4 

iVo 'i42 .... 74 

•••« i*i ; 28 

no 142 I.... .; .. 

1461 I 2125 I 65 1>4) 



ELECTION STATIfcllCS. 
KNOX COUNTY. 



379 





S< cretary of Slate— 




President— 


' 


GuTornor — 








18S0 








1880. 






lasi 






Toun«^hips and 


~ 






^ 







i c« • 1 . 




a» 






11 


N 


^ 


\\'atxI>. 


7 C 




II 


5 = 


5 


11 


1 .M :c: t. 


1 

5fi 


> 

X 

C 

1- 


•_• 
12 ^ 


10: 


1 

•-> 


g 

2 

c 


ttfrlio _ ^.. 


t02 


117 






2J'J 


tlo 


; Mil 




I 


^1 


102 


^ 




212 


lywHii ,.., ^.„ 


CO 




1 


5 




1>D 
ft4 


I7r. 
12. 


■1 


1 
11 


hi 


m 
M 


141 

lor 


3 

lu 


"i 


221» 


Bntier. .,, .„.^ „. 


ITti 


">^ 


y? 


vn 




7 


l.'a> 


iH 


! yx, 


1 


f 


1*\i 


m 


120 


1.^ 




2:ja 


lltnK n....,»^„*,.„.,,,„. 


iiti 


1■J^^ 


a 


^ 


2SS 


II'J 


1:17 


U 


4 


**.j 


\\a 


123 


fl 


t 


^.W 


t^lU-n: ,.^„,..^ .. 


IIG 
!)0 


Ii.ii 








12^ 
2T 


HI 
IIU 

IC.-1 






201 

r.i 


IK 
1*V) 


1:^9 
1.S3 


2 


"" 


?rkS> 


Hirrt***Tj ,..„ .. 


"^r 


"2" 


1&^^ 


milwnJ 


1 


2 


^^^ 


1 


ft4(y 


Kun-Mrd.... ♦«.♦♦♦... 


IJIU 
KM 


I'M 


7 





21 1; 


rzt 








-IH 

2iu 


11l> 

as 


118 
141 






Q^ 


J4rk«ii\ _ 


fi 


'1 





12 


1 


2n.t 


Irftm^ii _,_.. 


2(» 


Ul-it- .... 


W 


l.VH 


] 


3 


2rni 


V17 


JeV.I 




1 


2.-7 


iHJ 


13S 


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24f: 


HI idkbury . — ^. ..,,, 


im 


Trt 




■1 


tsw 


la:^ 


Til 




2 


iH 


KM 


Gil 


to 




mi 


m'(unl „, 


31a 


m 


^^ 


1 


^J7 


m 


lU-i 






2Jfl 


]i:> 


H)4 


1 




230 


Mtltfr. «^ 1 


121 


sr2 


4 




*^i& 


12. J 


*M 


i 


1 


:Jri 


I'Ji 


M 


»»+++* 




206 


MirtinK'.„..„ ._ 


im 


mt 




*>... 


2;>5 


11:) 


m^ 






2'.D 


lOJ 


l;6 


5 




214 


^LrfVHIl ,*,,„*„** „,. 


74 

llr- 


II.I 
h:i 


•^ 


...„. 


172 


7<"( 
117 


!4 
IfHI 






ITfi 


70 
»7 


8:1 
103 


t 
1* 


— 


ir*f> 


H^i...:;:;: :::;::::::, 


1 


i\ 


20i.i 


Hk*! ...-». 


7t 


21fl 




e 


302 


1^1 


'--a^ 




'X 


an 


7U 


11*0 


1^ 




Til 


PkViL 1 !.,..„... ..,. »^». 


tc« 


I^E] 


it 


^ 


241 


iriii 


1«7 




M 


t?*t! 


V»4 


nfi 


^ J 


4 


210 


Ini II.. ,. ^., 


vva 


2"n 


a 


7 


4^ 


212 


22:1 


\ 




4 HI 


17M 


1.S7 


sa 


1 


402 


W-j'iir.. » <.»., 


:iev 


IFU 




1 


4W 


'ITS 


17^ 






m 


2U0 


m 


*) 


7 


4^ 


Br V>'ii"n— 
































HWiinJ„_„_ 


170 


KN^ 


1 


3 


2»3 


i07 


104 


1 


n 


27<S 


If« 


*M 


!i 


I 


274 


^l *• ........_ .. 


lOi 


75 


A 


a 


1M7 


HID 


74 


5 


2 


IM) 


flO 


72 


4 


7 


172 


^-W ■' ..-.....„ 


liWi 


^i 


s 


1 


2441 


im 


7S 


4 


1 


214 


1f4 


71 


R 


1 


24li 


4ili - .._» 


IhH 


IL' 


u 


2 


242 


ll'« 


7.\ 


rt 


il 


241 


1^2 


9S 


11 


4 


24B 


.iih '^ „....„ 


J77 


r:6 


20 


u 


4:'J 


273 


121 


21 


4ht 


422 
70 to 


2iVi 
315.^ 


12s 


18 


13 


4t;t 


T*»iflli* „. 


iimo 


fttfj 


;o 


TO 


ti9G7 


aiH2 


IS ITS 


:tiou 


22&, 


4» 


mil 











LAKE COUNTY. 





gocri'£»r> of simtc— 




PreiMeDl— 




(jovethor^ 








INM. 


6 


1^. 


^ 




1S«L 




T4j\vh>vI4ti^ find 


' H— 


tI 


. . ■ (3^ ■ 


■ . ir 




. aj 1 - ^" 


^ 


H 


Ward.'*, 


15 
^1 




II 




1 


si 2? 

^0 5^- 


75 i 




el 


iltJ 


I 
1 





<' liMinl .,..„. 


1:0 1 silaai.... 


1,^1 


130 


.ta 


25 




1J»7 


04 


22 1 


n 


130 


EJCllHIll) ^ „,*.,«„.. 


2tJ0 1^1 


1^: ..... 


274 


UK 


m 


10 


-*„H 


272 


17B 


45 12 


28.'S 


Umy.... ,„,«.,.«,„. „ 


u^^ J r.5 


2' 


2M 


ir^i 


,vi 


■* 




21 ;i 


lai 


38 1 3 


17a 


Sl*U*.u.__.„„_... 


o(M ],V% 


10 : .... 


73-1 


5?.1 


150 


lil 


1 


7,17 


A^ 


110 1 8 


5Sfi 


WtlilfM- *..« , 


^jO i 103 


1^ ; 


405 


art,-) 


^Ml 


10 


►♦+++, 


47=^ 


t£V.i 


4» ;,.., 10 


:n3 


ftL-t^vlilt* ...^^ 


7fi4 ' 4HI 


^\ , I 


vy^ 


f*^:3 


42:, 


HI 





1274 


«02 


275 « .^7 


■i-il 




2(ftJ ; 07 


8 




}m 


2S3 


0»i 


7 


'r**.rr 


S5^) 


2:Vi 


ri2 1 a 


:!02 


9|!UiHl|{;titt« 


4:^ ' 210 


10 




Ul 


4'J7 


209 








051 


318 


i:jO : li> 15 


174 






TiJt "«' H -'*-**.* i « >.****- 


'^ 


111!^ 'lO» 


1 


4000 


Z'J7B 


1101 


107 


1 


.» 


2271 


720 2y 12© 


3154 







378 



ANNUAL REPOBT SECRKTAKY OF STATE. 
JACKSON COUNTY. 





Secretary of State— 
1880. 


6 

1 


President— 
1880. 


1 

5 


Governor— 

im. 


1 


Townships and 
War(l^. 


il 


1^ % 
^•3 ja- 




<-6 

II 






8.- 
If 


5| 


ill 1 ' 


Bloomfleld 


213 
IIU 
KM) 
161 
363 

296 
315 
101 
310 

203 
149 
102 
152 


ils 

127 
42 
194 
115 

220 

333 

203 

79 




4 


^52 
321 

i;)0 

.S58 

517 
65i 
364 
;i»9 

449 
281 
:{22 
316 


219 
183 
100 
164 
378 

.302 
315 
159 
323 

199 
109 
102 

ir^ 


117 
117 
40 

18(5 
107 

205 

1K7 
73 

220 
10i» 
19S 
151 




""h 

1 
i 


..„. 


3^6 
3()0 
148 
353 
489 

.-jOR 
(W7 
:il7 
396 

4 1 

L79 
:U3 
307 


If. 

151 
3:^ 

140 
2S5 
844 
257 

1«»9 

224 

92 

141 


82 8 
9U 7 

23 

161 G 
70 ... 

164 3 
21 :i 6 
356 1 10 


j ^ 


Frankliu :. 


' 


H^jnilton 


b 


...„. 


IX 


Jack'vm 

*>Jeflrerson 


1 ; 


Lick- 
First Precinct 


.'.'.... 


1 
4 


1 * 

1 


Sc-ond ** 

Liberty 


1 ' 


MadiKoti 






68 
148 






MlUon- 
First Precinct 


240 




1 




..... 

13 



.6 


19 




Second " 


131 ;..:.. 

20o t 16 
161 I 


i;u^ 

167 
119 


- 


' " , , 


Scioto 


1 13 . 1 


Wnshiugtun 


16 ' ' 




^^ 1 


Totals 


2719 


2165 '»» ' '^ 


4929 


2763 


21)31 


35 


16 


4H44 


2010 


1794 


8;] ''J ' -4-' 












• 



Goveruoi—Llck township, scattering, 1 ; Milton township, 2 ; total, 3. 



JEFFEKSON COUNTY. 





Socrc 

"1 


tary 
188C 

1^ 


Sta 


tc— 


g 

•a 


Prepfdent^ 
1880. 




1 


Governor— 
liSl. 




i 


Townships and 
Wards. 


. is 


*<2 

II 


00 . 

5= 




1^ 


IJ 




Brush Creek 


89 
90 
66 
1-29 
113 
67 
288 


60 
98 
14 
89 
112 
64 
68 


1 


89 
92 
67 
130 
116 
68 
304 


6:^ 

99 
15 
99 
114 
66 
57 






152 
191 
82 
229 
2.30 
i:t5 

3«n 


73 
85 
62 
88 

100 
66 

244 
23 
47 
44 

121 
76 

an 

97 

58 
130 
179 
104 

245 
461 
289 
230 
118 
147 

19 

78 
141 
172 

62 
180 

89 


,53 
?J 
12 
53 
98 
70 
52 
21 
79 
3K 
81 
61 

115 
59 
16 

V2l 

82 

136 
159 
202 
199 
144 
97 
3,5 
26 
163 
108 
76 
66 
52 


! 


] 


Cross Cre»*k 




"T !:::::: 


1 


Irondale Precinct 








Island Creek .....* 








1 


Knox 




:::::: i 

14 

1 1 


•1 


La Granee Precinct ... 






1 




1 


Monnt Pleasant 


a 




1 


a 


Mt. Tabor Precinct .... 










Mingo Precinct 


59 

42 

141 

95 

73 

117 

71 

13.5 

215 

111 

261 
411 
296 
245 
133 
130 
2.> 
87 
186 

2ai 

85 
208 
118 


75 
37 
96 
68 

133 
63 
16 

143 
79 
16 

145 

187 

235 

210 

161 

102 

42 

27 

201 

115 

89 

65 

56 


2 






61 
46 
139 
97 
77 
122 
70 
136 
222 
116 

274 
432 
311 
248 
142 
141 
24 
87 
197 
209 
88 
214 


91 
38 
98 
70 

184 
06 
15 

153 
87 
86 

133 

177 

215 

2(M 

149 

112 

36 

27 

208 

114 

89 

60 

59 


3 

1 





ir»5 
a5 

237 
167 
211 
191 
87 
290 
309 
204 

414 

640 
:.:?:. 
4.")(i 
299 
269 
62 
114 
4a5 
324 
178 
285 
174 


1 


Jlillvale 






"9 !'.'.'." 




Richmond Precinct ... 









? 


Ross 


1 






1 


Salem 


! 1 




... 




1 


— Saline 


1 


! 


2 


1 


3 

is '!!"! 


1 


3hau^hai Precinct 






Sloan's Suuion Prec... 


, 1 




7 
29 
8 
3 
6 
15 
2 


1 

'■*2* 

"T 
"i 





— Smithtk'kl 




V 


— Springfield 


::::::,::::::::::::::: 


1 


— Steubenvirie— 

Ijst Ward 


6 

30 

4 

4 

4 

20 


i 


i 

•> i 


3 


2d " 





4 

1 
1 


10 G 


3d " 




3 

6 

1 


4 


4lh *• 


1 




4 


5th " 






0th " 


:::::: .:.:::::: 


? 


— Stenbenville Tp 

Unlonport Precinct... 
Warren 












1 












1 
3 

13 




^ 


-*--.Wayne « 

Wells . 











1 


2 
1 


Wlntersville Precinct 










1 


1 


2 


York 








115 
"4434 


1 






5 












Totals 


4290 


2936 


72 


2945 


77 ; 8 


7471 


3696 


2630 


84 


25 


<r 











ELECTION STATISTICS. 
KXOX COUNTY. 



379 





Sioretary ofSlate- 
lSSO. 


6 




'residem— 
1880. 


> 


Governor— 
1881. 


! 


Townships and 

WrtM?<. 








Ii 




1 

6 


5. 

It 


1 "i i<i 5 


4> 




lierllD 


10-J 
1»5 
CO 
97 

lit) 

no 

30 
IIVJ 
130 

50 
lO* 

99 
l(i4 
115 
121 
llfi 

74 
115 

1^8 
19JI 
267 

170 
104 
1..2 
15S 
•277 


117 
165 
I2.J 
131 
125 
88 
140 
iMi 

v.u 

15fi 

nw 
i:o{ 

7H 

ni 

9-» 
]3!» 

•»5 
ICI 
218 

216 
18U 

im 

75 
7«.> 
72 

no 


2 


...... 

6 
7 
4 


21 U 

2r^ 

192 

2a-> 

258 
2a» 
J 70 

'xn 

26<i 
2111 
2M» 
256 
23U 
2-27 
215 
255 
172 
V29 
302 
241 

448 

282 
187 
246 
242 
4:9 


115 
99 

us 
112 

123 

27 

I'sS 

124 

54 

10:^ 

97 

16.1 

121 

'^ 
117 
8^1 
105 
212 
273 

107 
105 
lUL 
1.^.8 
273 


113 
176 
121 
l:i-» 

•lii 

1-16 
16.» 
131 

ir>6 

1)0 
l.VJ 

79 
105 

94 
140 

94 
109 
224 
137 
22:1 
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104 
74 

78 

121 


I 

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2 ■ fi 


2ri 
2:7 

1!'6 
2il 

.JO 

20i 
173 
3:n 
258 
•JlS 
219 
257 
244 
226 
2. "2 
2*'9 
170 
2.i3 
311 
2|n 

4*6 
451 

276 

214 
241 
422 


102 

86 

91 

115 

12.> 

18 

160 

119 

5S 

96 

99 

1:M 

115 

121 

102 

70 

87 

70 

M 

178 

2S6 

168 
89 
164 
ir»2 
252 

3155 


10:! .' 

141 2 ' -- 


212 


ISroni) 


229 


Biitler 


107 l:t 


2 
7 


176 


<liMuii**"..lV.^.'.V.V..".. 
Collt^c 


1 
9 


4 


129 
123 
81 
1.M9 
153 
118 
141 

m) 

13S 
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104 
84 


1.^ 

3 
. 2 


233 
250 
209 


Hnrri«i4'Ji 






159 


UitlirtrU 


1 
7 

■4 


2 

1 
3 
6 
3 

1 


1 


2 


■23 


1 


840 


Hownrd 


2S7 


J4t*kMiii 


...... 


I 

2 

.... 




12 
9 

10 
1 


1 


"HH 


JefleiMiii „ 

LlLrl. 

Mi idK-burv 

Mi'fnrd....:. 

Milifr 


'209 
246 
205 
220 
'206 


Moiinv 


1^6 


r» 






"4* 

1 
7 

1 
7 
1 
4 
13 


214 


.MiiiVaii 


2 

* 2 
8 

1 
6 
2 
9 
20 


6 

2 
2 

1 
2 



8:1 1 
103 18 
15K) 19 


155 


Mom* 


1 
...... 


6 

y 


209 
272 


Hike 


PliH-'u.it 

rni- II 


115 
187 
184 

98 
72 

128 
3169 


9 

5 
4 
8 
11 
18 


219 
402 


Wnvuf 


434 


Mi/Veriinn— 
IttWanJ 


1 
ft 
4 
6 
21 

58 


2 
1 
2 
6 


274 


ai " 


172 


?A " 

4ih " 


245 
248 


Mti ** 


413 






Ti»uUs 


3<W5 


im 


70 


70 


0967 


a432 


3475 


65 


7010 


rw 


43 


6622 











LAKE COUNTY. 





Seen- 


tnry or Slate— 
1,S80. 




> 


President— 
1880. 






* 


Governor- 
1881. 






Town-hips and 
Ward.-*. 


10 2 




<'6 

11 


P 


111 




-1 <« 


:2 

■§ 


2i 

2 


(' iMtml 


126 
200 
J 55 
568 
350 
764 
280 
420 


1 1 
31 1 '25 .... 
61 1:) 

rK5 2 

15.-1 ' 10 

103 1 12 ' 

431 1 29 1 1 

67 K 1 

210 10 1 


185 
274 
2W 
735 
465 
1228 
856 
641 


130 
102 
155 
5f8 
365 
823 
•283 
437 


32 
59 
5(i 
159 
99 

4r> 

6f. 
208 


'25 
10 

ifj 
10 

^1 

9 

107 




"T 


187 
**7"' 

i 

475 

1274 
35«; 


94 
178 
131 
458 
'255 
602 
2:^5 
318 


22 1 


130 


KlnUiiil 

U^•y 

iliKh-.n 


45 i2 

38 1 3 
110 1 8 6 

48 10 

275 8 57 

52 1 1 3 
130 10 15 


235 
173 
586 


]4<;iiior 


SIS 


P«i. .-svlii^ 

Ptrrv...: 

Willoiigf.b, 


951 
292 
474 


Toix s „.. 


2863 


1119 '109 1 1 


4C90 


2978 


1104 


4188 


2'271 


720 , 29 jr29 


3164 



3S0 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



I.AWnKNCE <"Or\'TV. 



T').vn««lil|i-s unrl 
W.nl . 



Sjcrel irv ol Siuu* — , 
ISSO. I 



n 



ProsiUM-.t- 



-^ tiiJ 






Ai.l ' 2ir. 

DetMinr ' VI 

K»ir.i')ei»> ;:i-' 

—FAvetie 'isii 



HHini.l< 

LaiviL-M.-e 2111 

Mason I lu.I 

J'errv J II 

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sviuiueH Mtl 

Tuioii — 

Union P.o MM.'t 

Proci.«rMvi'k' I'r i-mct 

^Tpptr I 

XVH<liin^i«».i , 

Wn»'l.'»..r 

Ir .utoM— 

J^t Wii.d 

•J<1 •• 

:W •' 

4tli •• 

r>i'.i •' 



234 
110 

. tv.» 

1.0 
2h 

2 12 ' 

2:5J \ 
224 



rvj 

17; I 

477 I 

i:!.) I 

H.7 I 

s. I 

170 . 
1 7 

24S , 

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172 
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I 


12:*. 


1 

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:'.V> I 

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219 



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477 


2'.»'» 


MO 


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l'.)7 


MU 


2r,» 


Mil 


145 


74 


2.'V) 


S2 


14M 


14 



Governor— 
1881. 






■.SJ 


181 


:U7 


1*28 


k;4 


210 


4«» 


2:12 


2-'i<» 


117 


HI3 


140 


:ft^M 


lis 


4 4 


11.2 


.-.4:; 


170 


2i0 


lit! 



181 : 

'2bH ' 



2! I 
241 



1.0 
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1")S 

4}l I 

420 i 

:u;7 

4iWl I 

:i24 ' 

:•{!;'> ■ 

451 I 



ir.T 

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2J!» I 
1-14 , 

:oi 

220 ' 

2:V_' 

2».'. 

221 

2"»0 



24 
12«» 

2H.i 
84 
91 

112 
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1.5 



10 

121 
48 
115 

lo:; 

l:.S 
KKi 
GO i 
i:8 



I 
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1 4» 

10 

■t',.:..\ 

11 ... 



Totals 4::0I i 2S41 5) 12 7.:iU 4027 28a2 



UCKING COUN'TY. 



; To:» 350G ' 2047 

I 1 I 



: Sec-it-iry of stnlc— 
< 1S8 >. 



President— 
1880. 



Town "hips and 
\V.ir.ls. 









Pi: ^5 = 



Govrrn«»r— 
1881. 



"'•5 ;i4' 












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B »vvling Gre ii 

ltailin«ion 

Klen 

E na 

KilUbiiry 

Franklin 

(Granville 

Hanover 

Harifor.l 

Harrison 

llopewoll 

J-T.^-y 

Libriy 

lAckiui 

Lima 

Madison 

Mary Ann 

Mclvcm 

Monr.»M 

Newark 

Newark— 

Isl Ward 

2d '• 

M •' 

4th •♦ 

Ncwion 

Perry 

St. Alt)ani* 

Union— 
North Precinct- 
South 

Washin..?ton 



7.S 
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l-'o 

;.! 

8S 

0:J 

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3.1 
l:W 
12". 
2)0 

m 

172 
10.) 
51 
212 

o: 

07 

no 

101 

3'.l 
170 
141 
28) 

no 

IIH 
100 

1U5 
212 



13 » .. 
130 . 

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17- '., 
105 I.. 

101 '.. 
ISO .. 
141 .. 
18) . 
I4S 

105 .. 
21". 

2 
14 5 
HI 
148 .. 

102 . 
143 , 



;uo 1 18 

3.M) -20 
243 ' 15 



135 I 
137 I 

92 I 
220 i 

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209 

215 

20.) 

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202 

2 2 

200 

528 1 

3(M 

305 

35-. I 

240 I 

.32J 

211 

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2:i9 

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; 218 

.... 273 
24'J 

' 5-.0 

54.S 

, 520 

,...,| 5 IS 1 

.... 312 

....I 254 

4 310 



81 

84 

l-2» 

29 

9.i 1 



146 



135 
130 
2I.S 
50 
1G8 

no 

5.'i 
210 

o.s 

CO 
101 
IIM 
101 

.300 
188 
108 
28J 
118 
110 
170 



53 
108 
385 214 



Totals 412'> I .V>-26 01 I 33 i 9800 I 4210 



13J I 
1 40 . 
2 '5 .. 
119 1.. 
17S 
10> 
100 
187 

no I 

1H3 I 

148 ' 
97 

■>*j I ' 

•j:N ' 
147 
150 
144 I 
171 I 
142 



217 , 

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:!i); 
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:\\{) i 

21 . I 



01 I 

00 I 
21 , 
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85 



..| 215 



11 ;: 
107 

18 
I'd 
>Ci 
41 
I'.i' 



237 
360 
310 
24H 

133 
120 

214 
157 



5575 ] 73 



247 r 
204 I 
24.S I 

.50:: . 

5 H 
547 

:*.i'< , 
210 , 
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147 1 
3J3 I 
370 • 



127 
140 
I2ii 
141 
170 

95 
161 
10>l 
150 
10- ; 
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170 
137 

91 
2i8 



123 ' 
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140 

124 I 



9 

1 




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10 




15 


■3 



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01 

04 

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42 
02 
182 



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2W 
340 
2S7 I 
2) » 
212 '. 
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130 ; 

90 
107 
150 



10 



15 



5004 145 45 I J 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
MADIS^ON COUNTY. 



383 





Secntnry of Stnte— 


i 


Pretddeiit— 


1 


U4>vprnor" 






f Q« Tilth [piK Aud 




p Jill 




II i|[1 


h 
n 


r 




14 


1 

P 

1 


GinflEi:i 

IV*rl>y ........ .-». 

U-rr 4 ft' Is » .,.**. .,...* 
F»*rtleld _..., ***.... 


i<rj 
lU 

-Ml 
.»1 

77 

itio 

101 
1 21^1 

135 

m 


nil 

7a 
y-i 

54 

3111 
J 71V 

4W-. 


1 i 

:j r. 
3 

..,-;. a 

7 1 

...... ...^.. 

4 

10 


227 
iJjCI 

im 

Sill 
25!* 
lltll 


m 
mr 

211 
Wl 

no 

IKK 
lOft 
2IU 

I'iS 

IKS 


77 t 

113 . 4 

m i 
n^ ' 

271 tt 
70 1 

Bd 


4 

2 
1 
I 


22:1 

2K7 
:*:17 

Bua 

MS 

las 

S71 
480 
312 

;;.% 

110s 


117 
247 

17ti 
1?I7 

,ltl» 

&K2 


•n 
100 

JIM 

m 

r.7 
i;ti 
■jm 
\n 

u 
4^1 


11 

2"i 
114 

7 
31 
4 

4S 
IH 
U7 

ai 


...... 


271 
217 
»70 


Jcrr r^m *,.., , 

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Rjk Kun-.» « «. 

^iiit ^.— ^, -* 

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n*ts tit ...,,...„„.... 

Vm\K'' - 


519 
127 

i;\5 


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so ...... 

13) : 

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1?.J '..... 

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4 

lu 


ISO 

a.v> 

4»9 


liiiTt] tiierlui^i ■■,«><«# 


245 


Cnkur) .*,.,„,..i,...t,. 


1100 










TuUli 


Mil , 10 47 

J 


:niOi 


; 2mi 


'^jl. 


-IS 


.'iffi»,'j 


:esoo 


2iao 


2111 1 1 


i733 



MAHONING COUNTY. 





Scmetary nf Stat*— 


President— 




Goveriiov— 






1880. 


1 
1 




isao. 


, 




1«81 






Tnirit^^hlpH *tia 


ll 
"5 


1^ :-. 


ll 


ll 


i|t{ 


1 
1 


li 


si 


n 




1 

1 


-Attillntowti 


!T8 1 223 , 'JS 1 9 S.^ 


275 


213 30 5 


535 


211 


m 


IB 


11 


4S2 


Bfcrer— 
1^1 , 


(»! ™' 3' 

P7 ! 115 


277 
:il2 


103 
111 


117 
174 


I^^_^^^ 


220 
388 


9ft 


lU 

00 


— 


"ir 


34^ 


Wen ....„.,-♦- 


m 


%Flin 


1J4 1 3U4 !:> 


233 


131 


112 


lu 


243 


M 


«i 


a 


14 


an 


BitLiMnuiii+ „„+,.,..-*+*.- 


J80 1 8- 1 a ,.,.., 


^Stl 


18^ 


306 


4 ...... 


3ytM 


112 

17? 


76 


.„... 


a 


131 


Owrteld .,.. 

Chlutvllle .„„.,.,.». 


1»3 

121 
261 


201 1 1 

iTi ...... .,... 


H74 


277 
Ml 


121 

2&4 
137 


12ti 
7« 
161 


V 


210 
sen 

aoi 


U2 

'.17 

213 

ISS 


94 
62 
Hfl 


12 
4 

ItJ 


"14" 

12 


201 


KJbMortki «.»». 


173 


74 A J(i 
157 ' 7 


2M 


Gre«n- 


2fi6 


ji 


71 


45 , 11 U..... 


12lt 


72 


4a 


1* , 2 


m 


64 


34 


(^ 


e 


112 


J^ilunn *. .*..,,,„» 


107 


157 ; .... 1 13 


27« 


112 


Itt.1 


5 


28a 


U? 


144 


n 


..... 


^ 


Mil ton *-. 


56 


im 1 ...... 


IIKJ 


u 


13ft 




190 


:>4 


119 


1 




m 


Pf»l»i)d^ 




1 








1 










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Imi Hrvrlnct .* ,. 


21q 
Uit 


00 7 .... 

B- 4 il 




222 
177 


C2 
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12 

4 1 


soil 

2(j(J 


170 
I4tt 


44 

5S 


1 

5 


3 


225 


21 


214 


S^iMh— 






2r 

HI 

14IU 


43 ;]S 1* 
4a:| .... 


:t20 


Kiii 


40 
41 


37 ■ fi 


342 
fiOl 


15 
127 


a:-. 1 i« 

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itsi . ... 


40 
12 


26lf 




t^ 


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4)W 


--V-mH^jmitWli 


3J3 


420 , L{t» ' 


mi 


ryjs 


Am 


32 . .,. 


y?i 


410 


a27 


5 


tt7 


7B0 


Vnumtniovfu CUj — 




i 






















h\ W*id« ^,. 


^■■9 


SS7 2-i i a 


nsr 


:»! 


:m 


IS 3 


1*61 


300 


Wi 





10 


474 


>» " -„,..^ 


4Di 


470 ^.tl 2 


Rt4 


440 


A€^ 


J6 2 


«!3 


2^ 


190 


» 


w 


41& 


%l " ..,.., 


■jSi^J 


2ri3 11 


rvjft 


2?W 


2\':i 


22 ;..... 


.'^Jtl 


^it5 


197 


2 


10 


443 


4rli '' 


aiTi 


m '^ . .. 


:sn 


215 


m 


A ..... 


Ml 


I>i7 


Mi 


3 


3 


as'i 


aih '^ ..«,*. 


177 


ISO 10 ,.....! 


;n» 


1»5 


lift 


M 1 


312 


ISO 


m 


I 


a 


313 


<4H ■* .. -.» 














.*■»++.. 


1»1 


m 


IJ* 


35 


4iXi 


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..... ..-..* 











... 


1«J 


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» 


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35ti 


Tiit*lj* 


474« 


4078 --il ' 55 


flji^j 


OIS 


404* 


CTj 


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m 


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7«j7 



3.SJ 



ANI^UAL REPORT aECBETARY OK STATK. 

LUCAS cor XTV. 




B..».,:::; 

t^ ....... 

2rt Wiird--A». 

».... 

iiiiwafd-A ;,;;; 

mhWard-A. 

n 
7th WHjd^ \ 

B. 

C. 
«ili Wftrd— A. 

H. 

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lint Wftrd 
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SjiriTlBllOld , 

flw*ri ifvn ....„,,„„„,, „„ 

SvIvMiiln 

Washinffloii" 

WitttTvitk' Prectnct ... 
W*jiiGiJrteld TowDs'p, 

TftUis .,............_ 60^ Uiai IWJJJ 17 JiaftT^l ^ 7157 aflSo 4Jfi I 21 l^v*J I SOftT «a7i 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



386 



MEIGS COUNTY. 





Secretary i>f Smit— 
1S80. 


1 


p 

il 


residents 
ISiO. 




1 

1 


G 


roveriKir— 
l?WL 






Town»hJp« And 










1 




Bedford 


160 
217 

m 

71 

lis 

71 

loa 
i#ii 

140 

as 

66 
l*ifi 
46-^ 
IBW 
241 
176 

40 


IM 
1H4 

83 
l«l 
1?W 

40 

S7 
12 

m 

JDtl 

150 

109 
57 
HM 
Hfl 
1«9 
151 


. 1 r, 

.1 1 


3S3 
L*M 
I7J 

2ff7 
12a 

174 
Ifio 

irt:i 

-217 
2t*C 

&;« 

175 

IW 
rj7ti 

^7 

an 


ita* 

227 
24Jt 

m 

7li 
97 

ti7 
41 

2^11 
112 

\m 

145 
101 
307 
60 
13.^ 
4iiO 

2;14 
171 


207 
157 

iM 

3T 

37 

176 
114 

in 

140 
■m 
ItH 

■■va 

10'^ 
137 
140 
144 
18 


zz\ 


9 

1 
2 


379 
sea 
aH7 

lift 

152 
170 

Itt-i 
yi 
4y 

42y 

:i7l 

aOB 
2a 
6»* 
iwi 

f}07 
SS5 


140 
171 

12s 
1:4 

lii 
119 
fi& 
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102 

ll,"* 
67 

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hi 
Ifti 
401 
1S7 
204 
15& 

m 


ifi5 
1:{1 
ll^i 
71 
81 
102 

n 

01 

lai 

4H 
112 

Hi 
4a 
70 

m 
m 

lU 


-in • 

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7 ^.,.ii 


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Ch«(er_ , 

mumbu „,. 

Le!)ftnQt] ...^„^^.„ 


3Cr7 
245 

■2M 


I^rt „ .„.„. 

Irt Wnrd.,.» ,.*.... 


1 


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S(ii '^ ,„.,*„*.. : 

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MWard 


1 
"2' 


2 

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154 
8» 
42 
197 
30» 

tflia 

17^ 


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f\ " ..,.. 

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4m -^ _,.„ 

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1 


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1 
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1 

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1« 
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17 

1 





142 

mi 

501 


JUeine Preclnei... .^.. 


2P1 


"JHrtcuse Precinct 

Mitvr Run " ,.*.*. 


-tI..'.. 


3Si 

51 


Tetftls .._ 


4098 


JMIO 


^ 


43 


mn 


4103 


2749 


» 


sa 


€m 


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2^J12 


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Governor— Pom eroy, Third Ward, scattering, 1. 



MERCER COUNTY. 





^1 


■ary of State— 


1 




'c^ldeot^ 
1«80. 

1 'ill 


1 


' Governor-^ 
IB»1. 


1 H 

■ H 

r " 




Towivhiut and 
1 










1 


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m 

l«2 

113 
49 

IB 
147 

ao 

40 
5( 
2:^8 


tH3 




313 

IH4 
239 

ao6 

5!f0 
21^ 
400 
29:^ 
W2 
288 


8A 
ftfl 

100 

a8 

12^ 

5S 

lfi2 

r* 
,%o 
25; 
91 


taw 1 2 

2J7 

iTvi g ; 

^2W .„, 

172 

1% ... 

2«K 

177 , 

420 , 1 

1&4 

S7fl , 

■MA 

155 

222 


«6 
47ft 

ain 
sm 

2>2 

i£^9 
437 
S02 
417 
^13 


50 140 25 


•j» 


loU*r 


21a 
I7fi 
2.'i5 
151 


, . . 


. IMJ ' Ifc a ...1 
117 1:11 19 .., 

t4*( 210 "2H 

^H l:lr5 to , 


2^7 


Otatw. , „.. 




*72 


Bflbhn .,. _..,*,^.^ 

/nitkUn :.«>. 


1 


ITS 


QllSKm , 


1« 
257 

442 

im 
;ta2 

147 
207 




2-'iO 


GMavilif -,..,.„*„. 




IrVl 
4^ 


2:in 


2ST 


Jtt' - 




4H; 24 

i:il ..„. 


218 


- -' 


&9e 

159 


!j*rt^ ..;..-..... 




3tJ .....!. 


rm 








iq.l 


246 




7 





ir<"> U'+ 11} , 10 

ei 171 1 - 


336 
236 














Total*. .» .«.. 


1326 


3i&a 


7 





4497 


1473 


^7 ! 3 ! a 


4&I6 


1143 Slut i:n 


1^ ! 


4:^ 



25 



8.8. 



386 



ANNUAL KKPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MIAMI rOUNTY. 



Socrctrtrv of Siat^* — 
18K0. 



Fro-'ldeni— 
1880. 



Governor— 
1B81. 



TowDRhiwj and 
Wards. 


.' 197 
..'• 


b 

2n; 




.a 


Total vote. 

James A. 
Garfield. 




i 


1 




II 


1 




i 
1 


1 
3 


Bethel 


o,>9 


214 




423 


163 


lazi - 

1 


1 ae 














. 77 
.1 93 
1 
. 4.-)2 

.; 3r>K 
..1 144 
.. 21»> , 
.1 4:^4 
..1 406 
1 

J i:^ 

.4 217 
.. (>.''() 

.. 126 

I If 2 

.. -225 


170 

1X1 

22tJ 
2S2 
127 
164 
246 
19.-) 

:<-J4 

162 
2H 
IJiO 
J 8.-. 
Ill 

125 
.f2o 
IW) 






1 76 


174 




251 
228 

600 
648 
294 
890 
680 
628 

7a-) 

310 
428 
317 
876 
267 

266 
45H 
862 
357 


79 
68 

421 
322 
183 
208 
3H) 
848 

333 
118 
158 
196 
604 
123 

98 
97 
202 
214 


118 
156 

194 

111 
149 
195 
133 

272 
186 
187 
115 
162 
91 

106 
807 
180 
105 


15 
8 

22 
22 
12 

6 

11 
5 
6 
6 

24 
6 

10 

7 

26 

•25 


1 


^r^g( «* 


1 

20 
13 






3 


1 95 

373 1 

1 i,v, 


1S2 1 , 

2ir, 20 
•261 12 . 
139 1 
162 ! 


2 


S2S 


Couoonl— 

Ihl Prcoinct 

2d *• 

EliwilK'ih 

Lost Creek 


14 j «3 

7 1 587 

; iB6 


1 -231 1 

437 


864 


244 , , 

206 ! ' 

319 1 
166 1 3 
247 ; 


"i 

4 
4 


604 




1 


2 

3 
8 


i 417 j 

870 ' 


1 I «4 


Newbern — 

E.l-I PivriiKlt... .„.. 

SUntnii, 

111, 1. ,11 


1 j 6]y 


137 , 


2 2G0 


' 180 1 

218 


1 950 


129 ... 

192 

Ill 1 


13 


816 


"T 


13 
1 


669 

ir>5 

' 1-i 


79a 




231 


Pinna— 

iBtWard 

2d •• 

Sd " 


138 1 . . 
326 




l,„ 


...... 

1 





126 

Stt 

-^'^ 


"T 

1 


410 


1-25 1 2 
104 ' 




an 


4ili •* 


Mli 








T..UIN 


.. 4k;is 


.kVJS 


43 


2r» 


4«)28 


:i604 1 40 


24 


8610 


4219 


3088 


276 


29 


wa 


1 





MONROK COUNTY. 



Secrctury of Stale— 
1880. 1 



Townships and 
Wanl.v. 



■z'^ 



Adfxinh 

Benton 

Bolhel 

•-<:enlrf 

Franklin 

(Jret-n 

Jack.son 

Leo 

Malaga 

Oliiu 

Perry 

Sal* ni 

Seneca 

JSnnunit 

Snnr.nry 

Switzerland . 
Wa.'«hinm(»n . 
Wuvne 



M , i 






55 
45 

% 
107 
l:i7 

31 

51 

47 
in.'i 
162 
1U;{ ! 
221 I 

37 
971 
t.2 I 

51 ; 

41 I 



205 1 

137 2 

i;ft) 7 

4ia 22 i 

HI 8 !. 

1«HJ 14 . 

2:10 :. 

191 I 

2:u') 

212 

145 4 ,. 

•2*.n 

216 . 

KW I. 

2ti7 . 

2»»4 78 

174 23 



rwT" 



261 
184 
243 
r»22 
259 
244 
•281 
240 
:^40 
374 
•253 
513 
281 
206 
86.5 
255 
:KJ2 
338 



Pre«Ident- 
1880. 



<2 -c-t ^i % I 



203 

44 I 135 



91 
1*23 
137 
39 
60 



54 I 187 
113 2-27 



159 
114 
215 , 

62 , 

40 

la-. 

74 
60 
44 i 



206 
137 
•294 
213 
1(1 



Qovenioi^ 
188L 



g 15*: 1^5 :il 



29 

1 I 



270 
180 
242 
6-22 
248 i 
241 j 
282 I 
241 
841 I 
366 ; 
262 I 



52 I 
25 I 
60, 
96 I 
126 I 



80 



30 > 116 



161 [ 1 

87 ; 5 

99 I 4 I 3 . 

811 , 20 - 5 

92 ! 6 '3 

137 I 3 I 3 
112 



77' 
118 ■ 
87 



189 75 ' I 

183 



Totals 1512 i :J808 159 .5491 1600 3751 106 | 3 | 5471 



509 


192 


277 


41 


211 


80 


871 


62 


266 


42 


826 


33 


227 


29 



1 

159 
95 
286 
140 
118 
212 
180 
81 
78 



1156 2686 102 



iiz 

6 ' 2 

7 I 

7 ' 



•214 
119 
2i» 
438 
289 
171 
142 
' 149 
256 

I ST* 
192 

I 190 
146 



29 ! SOI 

172 
199 
116 



76 



I 



99 14002 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



3«7 



Secretary of Stnte— '• 



ary of i 
1880. 



President— 
1880. 



Governor— 

1881. 





^^d 










!: 


il 

Is 


i 






j 


o 

> 

1 


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fill 


ii 


II 






'=1 II 


5 1 

en ' 

•^ 1 




-A...» 


IM 

m 

24ft 
288 

jm 

363 


101 

•m 
iifl 

121 

lfl7 
1H4 
.»4 
277 

4ia 

814 


4 


1 


Sil 

4d7 
241 
»63 
4% 
6^ 
419 
335 

&'-* 
604 

513 


1 
loa 

in 

^4(J 

ai» 

2?7 
lfi3 

25a 
tJM 
21.T 

151 


17B 1 1 ;.™.J 

225 , 1 i„..„ 
14« 1 2 

122 

114 1 ...... 

124 2 L.... 


m 

m 

3(J1 
414 

fllO 
44t» 
3*7 
fil7 
h-M 
5B\ 

611 

'W 

335 

«1S 

607 
5IS 
«74 

eni 

5?K 
401 
492 
1273 

5 m 

^ ."ilO 
' 61S 

4rt>t 


i7i ns 
isa "*io 


a 

"T 
1 


3 

2 

1 


!U^ 


♦4 


B 


&W 


Id - 


A , 

B 


301 
106 
ti9 
Md 
3S7 
242 
IW 
327 
230 
190 
162 
190 
Ififf 
:!■& 
203 

, ■ 2i*5* 
185 
2(H 


139 

r^ 

184 

123 

141 
109 


449 

290 


Id 


A .»......,. 


"l 
.„^, 

1 

a 
1 

...„. 

I 

a 

1 




1 
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A....... 

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2R3 
2fl7 
r{54 
4211 

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159 

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2 
1 

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4 

1 
1 
f» 
3 

"4 

1 
...„. 


2 


4} 

7 


t 


Ml 
394 
3138 


fttb -J 


2S0 

-mi 

360 


5 
3 
♦1 


I 
4 


5G6 

477 
5&5 


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ft 

A 


m 1 1 

373 5 J 


554 
573 


M 


B 


:;«H I 


4 

9 

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3 
9 


4^ 


(lb *■ 

lOQi " 
lllh - 

BatJw * 


bZZ'IZ 


191 
117 


15 
15 

5 


MA 
335 

"In 

442 
429 


Ctoy ...„„,-. 


Bsa 

J 

iw 

1S2 

2»i 

201 

^m 

281 
?1& 

167 

bSO 
213 

a77 

172 


1 217 

■ 

154 

4U 

428 

aao 

?97 
»i6 

71P 
3U6 

321 
16S 


2 


'a' 


rvi2 

8Na 

ti.'ji 
mi 

474 
12»I 

1^ 

Ml 

M4 

441 
8]» 


S41 

" W 

42fi 
',»! 
20g 
202 
316 

2f*r-| 

157 
2JM 
5&I 

214 
227 
221 
2Q7 

lao 


21K1 

227 
IM 


..il.*. 

.«♦.. 1 
|.„... 








- az; 


"m 

lOH 

m$ 

305 

m 
im 

2S3 
4@t» 
144 
; 2U 
191 


210 

m 


1 ...... 

7 ___.._ 


246 


Ot^mwn .... 




3W , H 

1 2.^« , fi ., .. 

n22 1 tt« 1 


758 






3 

"i" 
"a" 


' 1 ■ 

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a i 1 
1 I 


465 
511 


l„ ..„..., „.,..,. 


407 
40& 


..„.. 11 


199 
212 

JP7 
:^ 
215 


2 


"2 

1 


;"«8 

5tO 
608 


a ^„,, ^„, .......***. 


25a 

3SS 

212 

2Se 
2^ 

ai5 

142 


1 .„... 


3,„„.„...„- — ". 


4 ,„„,*.,. 




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€01 
537 


fl..,. . » 




1 5 


VidlMiii 


...... t 


i 


1 

h 

2 


3fV9 
42» 
114i9 
387 
4^S 

4es 

40O 
266 


SSJolph 

Viii Burpn .*.„**„,„***„ 
Wasttlngton 


2 


1 


W2 n 

22il 13 
2:^ ; 2 
272 4 
141 11 

iL'4 1 n 


If&jue ..„. 






, «Bi j IS 




1 _ 


Tet»lt. 


473& 


toous 


43 


=! 


204S« 


'.>m 


lom 


W 3& |20J^ j ^46 


fm) 217 


08 


mias 



388 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MORGAN COUN'TY. 



I I 

Secretary of State— ' 

1880. 



PresMent- 



Governor— 
1881. 



Townships and 
Ward^'. 



'^1 






<'6 

il 

15 



ii 
5= 



•P - 






I 



Blotint «....». 

BflBNil ,, j 

CenH'T-,..,.,.,.,.^ 

Bwrllt'lci.. J 

Hornet -...** 

3lt>r>?iin„..,. .«,..,«] 

Mancli enter, ,..„.,.,..! 

MalU ...,[ 

MiirioTi *..-*,.*»...*-.. 

MeJRSiville ,.-,.-, I 

Peiiii ...,„„„.. „.,t,^ 

Union *,.« , ' 

Wiiid}«)T......... I 

York „„*.+« ..,-"-.,H*4^., 



112 

llfi i 
2(S3 ' 
2412 . 

6& I 

1^ i 
■Ji:t 
171 
3q<j ; 

lOfl 



102 ' 

21U \ 
m . 
in; I 

114 

IH 
117 
03 
14J 

Jit 
1»4 
3S1 






^ 




1 


14 


*i 




ifi 


+►+... 


^ 





10 




M 


7 


](» 




^■* 1 


a 


2 


"*' 


..*. 



Tntalw,... J «it»8 ! 2JIM 33 Ili5 



214 

2S3 I 
2art 

513 I 
IA4 , 
410 ' 

V.^ I 
.-.;« 

2M 



ni I 101 

i.x-j I aft7 

1»H I \M 

110 , lis 

24a 24^1 



OS I 
2*0 I 

m ; 

215 I 



tlG 

115 
143 



liit» I IW 
247 ! 277 
lUM : L:17 



■1744 2,'jIII ^ MM 



............J 212 

' 1 ' JM3 

......'.... 272 

■ 1 1 va7 

Ttt , 2 I ;siKt 

\i9- m 

.... I A I !85 

,-.„ 32 I 470 

5 1 W 291 
I J4 I 2M 

2 »»« m\ 

86 , 9l> i 47^3 



104 
HI 

78 

214 
28;* 

282 
29H 



181 
149 

2:m 

102 
10() 

^ 

111 I UG 



3U-J 
221 



4fl 

145 
*151 
IS7 



2i2fl iKSa 



« I .1 301 

.-.%.„.. Zf7 

16 „„.. fla 

12 ^ 3 3H 

ft L..»J IfiB 

21 \ I m 

a& 4n 

22 I 8 2gq 

u .„„., aae 

S ' 1 808. 

„», 6 *» 

2 I 1 XH 

1^: 20 i~a» 



Governor— Windsor township, scattering, 2. 



MORROW COUNTY. 



Secretary of State — | 
188<». 



Townships and 
Wards. 



i'i. 



Honuluut«»ii IHT. 

l"..uiijm 1-- 

C^jirdinm-'ii ■'>*»< 

(Mte t«'r l<i<» 

Conirrosx T'J 

Franklin K'l 

GilcUd 4.0 

llarii.onv .'.'.» 

Lincoln 1U» 

N(.rth Bl.M)mli<-M 119 

Perrv 51 

Peru T-M 

South Bloointul'i 170 

Trov 74 

Washlnntoii 1.V2 

Westfleld H".^> 

Totals 24M> 



ii 1:t 



\:V2 

I2<) 
LMl 

UV2 
•J 10 

rjs 

1.'8 
17 i 






Prt-sident— 
1880. 



S'S I «a '55 -si « 



I =5 



5:a 



10 

1 



SO 
111 



■J-')2 

;V.M. 
2M7 

2.-.! ' 
•■i'.»5 

2:t; 

2«»S 

2.:y 

2.<. I 



1H8 
12S 

;^» 



441 

U:i 
12: 

12«! 
ITf) 
7M 

V^\ , 
175 



r>i 
i:r, 
i«»:j 

118' 
210 
ir.:{ 

127 
S') 
I7ii 

i7»; 

85 

lot 

7S 
118 



2 




"s 

1 1 


16 

1 
6 


21 




1 


li 


i:::::: 


1 



Govemor- 
1881. 






SI 
! Oil. 



S f:» 



^1 i- 



^1 I 



« 258 , 
8 I 275 I 



002 
285 
2«W 
2.8 
r»95 
100 , 
2:^6 I 
297 j 

I 234 ■ 
I »>2 I 

ir>4 I 

I 240 
20.S 



182 

05 

;mi2 

142 

71 

81 

4-22 

61 

i:« 

109 

43 

117 

139 

75 

139 

155 



66 
104 

165 I 
121 I 
192 , 
137 I 
214 ' 
112 I 

75 

133 ! 
157 I 

74 
100 I 

78| 

65 I 

92 



261 

544 
266 

270 

221 

2 I 67K 

6 l^5 

2 • 221) 

I -246 

16 ' 217 
i 214 

......I 281 

! 145 

219 
251 



22 



214:5 .Ti 145 



4<S2:{ I 2181 2143 42 |108 I 4884 2266 j 1885 



228 I 61 4475 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



389 



MUSKINGUM COUNTY. 



Pre^WeDr— 



Townshipti and 




AdAmM „„ „,.„,.. .„.„^ 

Bluii Rn^ t \ 

BmAh Vtv* t „, ^, - J 

€»» I 

ci»v. „„„,,«„ 

I^b ; 

B»n1fiAn ^„„. „„«♦* 

BUhUniL „..,,..... 

JarEHon ....,,».... ...»».| 

JcObrvon ^ »»«,.*»*« I 

Ucktii«-.._..„ ., 

JUdbM in .» 

Heiftii^ ^.,,. 

Moll rut* ...,,,„„„ .,. 

H ujukl Qicum . , „„ ,^ , ,^„ 

Pt-m" *...-, 

Rkh HJSL. .»; 

Salem 

8«lt l.'reek j 

SunngtleM 

Union- 
New Couoord Prt-c'tj 
NorwicJi Prociiu-t ... 

Washington 

Wa\Mie 

Wiiyne Precinct 

Duncans Falls Prec. 

ZAuej^ville — 

M Ward ' 

2d 



IBZ 

iln 

IDU 

m 

148 
U4 
30O 

vn 
m 

HI 
JS7 

152 
110 
110 

^1 

m 
igff 

80 
132 
12.-. 

l:U 
122 
114 . 
17« 



106 
14T 
ilti 
102 
185 
lad 
54 

us 

U9 

9» 
09 
IIH 

JIH 
124 
342' 

]!11 
139 
110 1 
I'M 

174 , 

«) ! 

is ' 
2I«i 

175 i 



207 
'217 
212 
<17 

im 

4Dl 

;t&4 

240 
230 
3M 
240 
3U4 
fil9 
251 
S40 
206 
2C.« 
301 

101 
2<4 
;^itl 

:Vi4 



122 
107 
11^ 
2!i7 
1:J7 
142 
213 
171 
174 
140 
147 
152 
J22 
145 
2U0 

71 
197 

HI 
181 
127 



100 
108 
14G 

103 
l&l 
117 
.*^) 
ISl 

ml 

152 
101 
ftl 

lOt 

iia 

12SS 
2:319 

i7:i 

\Vi 
181 
171 



I Governor— 



2 


« 


2 





a 




■'*'*■ 


"4" 


* 








a 


G- 


5 


1 




2 



3d 
4th 
5th 
6th 
Tin 

nth 
Itfa 



219 
187 
198 
167 
257 
21U 
2Sii 

ilia 



1-23 
23S 
280 
208 
259 
221 
106 
271 
146 



1 




a 






..*... 




^ __ 


1 4 




1 7. 


» 


5 




tl 





S4& 

42ft 
4S1 

■2n 

4A7 
D54 
JiOt 
467 



131 r>» 

lis 1 2!i 



' 1 


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2 




1 


2 




10 . 


1 


2 


2 


i 


H 





lew 



191 

312 

210 

*m 

31H 



179 



TotoiR .».».. 157:10 .'W71 I oo 33 ii35fl rjSo4 mm m I 34 iii&i I rasM I m- i:n I M iOJti& 



111 

228 
270 
303 
2&2 
211 

ye 

2^7 
14« 



m 

213 

2ia 

411 

LBI 
W7 
200 
at»j . 
241 I 

349 
242 
2^ 
520 
24fV 
:*40 
•204 
266 
304 

192 
107 
32.-. 
350 . 



51 
139 
112 
102 
L12 
30O 

iin 

12S 

\m 

147 
174 
13H 
12S 
1'25 
lai 
108 
2»T 

17< I 
G8 
1*22 
111 

lO-i 

\n 

83 



87 11 ; 

11 



129 
91 
102 
130 
132 
49 
178 
1T0 
ISl 

y3 

71 
lOU 
100 
11(1 
23^ 
154 
I2r> 
103 
111 
143 



10 a 

5 i 

l-n 

2 ; 4 

* I ^ 

10 ' 1 

20 I 

9 I 2 
3 1 



52 21 

7X .... 



14fl 

■in 

22» 

sia 
asfi 

180 



^1 

Sl2 

»^ 

213 
£!& 
4Sa 
2»7 
311 
191 
245 
258 



J.. 



I 



840 i 

. 4-23 I 

I I 483 ; 

4 .: 38-2 

« L...,/ 519 

5 1 42(i , 



74 3 

74 ■: 

210 

177 ' 

1^ 

150 

244 

163 



& 4 j aw I 221 I ifta 

3 ! 490 I 325 240 

fi I : 470 277 I 140 



176 
2 I 171 

...J 263 



162 
162 

321 
403 

463 
327 
494 

4UH 

«a5 

478 



NOBLE COUNTY. 




388 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MORGAN COUXTY. 



I Secretary of State— : 
' 1880. I 



President— ' 
ls^o. i 



Towni^hipsi and 
Ward?, 



, =1 £-^ IS- 






: III 
I si 






3 III 



Governor— 
1881. 

4Wi 






^ ^ 



Blnctm .^-. 

BH^Titt. 

Cen I c«r. „.,...., 

Detrtteld ..... 

Hnmcr ..,.,*.. 
JIorKftn........ 

lfancli»iiter.. 

Malt*.. 

Hurl on ..,...„ 

Penu .„„„+4.. 

Vnloti „..*,... 

WnulNor 

York 



112 ' 
IM i 

Zt^ I 
242 

17i I 



ti 



Totals I 2r»0« ! 2104 23 hi6 



N4 7 

tH4 I 2 

Ha ^ 

'1- 



at4 HI 



»4 I 

IM I 
410 ' 

2.11 



343 

U4L 

215 
WO 
247 



101 

116 

Of? 
143 

M 
ISH 
277 
ri7 



47-14 id.M:» 



»»» 


1 


'**"■ 


1 


10 


a 




10 




A 




lA 




S2 


s 


** 




J4 


2 






:* 



212 

ma 

272 
227 
3W> 
50.-* 
18.^ 

no 

470 
*Al 
1M4 

mw 

a28 
2iG 



m 

in 
?» : 

2J4 

2S« 
[11 
SWi 
1A6 
221 



'2mil ^ ' I^ll 47^ 2220 lKa5 l«£ , 20 



W7 
mi 

NO 
»i 
&5 

LOU 

116 
49 

U.^i 
251 
1»7 



aoi 



a I >34 



t0t 



97^ 



Governoi— Windsor township, scattering. 2. 



MORROW COUNTY. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



i Secretarv of StAtc — I 
1S»). 



OS r 



nonuiiiKlon IW 

<.'.iuiiaii 

ranlnmiuii 'U\\ 

(Mie ter UM\ 

Colijrrfs-. 7l> 

Franklin Si 

GiloUd 4-'.) 

II:ir:i:ony oil 

LiiK'olu IIU 

Ni)rth Bl<»uinIuM 119 

Pcrrv 51 

Pern 12 

biouth BloonitiiM 170 

Troy 74 

WashlnKton IVJ 

Wcstfield KV.) 

Totals 24SV 




ELECTION STATISTICS. 



389 



MUSKINGUM COUNTY. 






Secreiarvof SUie— 






iE ^S iSc 



H 



X 

li 












1«8L 



2.^ 



1*1 2! 



O 
H 

149 
224 

IM 
:f22 
H42 
26fi 

lao 

326 






Bruttb Creelc.. 

Omb -.. 

Cliy 

FiiU »„„. 

BurtM)]] ^...^ 

BtthUpil 

Biwcw«U„ 



Uckln^. 



tin 
m 
m 

las 

144 
200 
IVI 
176 
141 
137 

llKlC(t^„..^..,...... . 1^ 

Mtinrrje 110 , 

XiwklQxum .; 110 I 

Newtiin„„-*., ..*^,**».*....' 277 i 

Pi3fT>%... fiO I 

Eirh mn iw i 

8 I .. «0 I 

Salt i; reek \:i-2 i 

SpriiiKfieM 12r> 

Cnlou— 

New Couoord Pr^c't; 134 

S'orwich Pre<riiU"t ...I 12*J 

Wash1ngi<»u ! 114 

Waviie 178 

Wnyiie Precinct i 

DuncAiifl Falls Prec.i 

Zauesville — 

iKt Ward 

2d " 

3d " , 

4m " , 

5lh *• . 

4Eh -^ . 

Tth *■ 



IM 
IM 

147 
116 

im 
m^ 

150 

64 
193 
\m 
14U 

lift 

m I. 
KM ; 
lljf I. 

124 1 
242 

181 
1»8 
110 

in 

174 



(50 ...... 

7,"< ;i 
2l« I 



tEb *■ ........ 

Tat&lt ..- 



219 
187 
198 
167 
257 
21(1 

HI.") 



I 

123 ; , 

238 .... I 

280 \i 1 

2(18 ± 

269 I 7 

221 I 4 

toe I 7 

271 i & 

146 ■ t 



15ft 
2^ 
307 
217 
213 
417 

-m 

lUfl 
401 

^>i 

3V6 

^l 

240 
!m 
^10 

^1 
B40 
20(i 

LNie 

JlOl 

lOJ 
214 



»4& 

481 
'277 
ri2& 
437 
»54 
Ii04 
4fi7 



W 
1M» 
1^ 
107 
113 
2J7 
137 
Ui 
2ia 

ni 

174 
140 
147 

15a 

132 
145 
2B0 
71 

HI 
]?{1 
J 27 

lai 

I2(J 



100 
lOA 
14« 

lOft 
lOS 



212 

210 
24.1 
221* 
318 



117 3 

^ [ 

im 

1«1 4 

162 
101 
81 
101 
lis 
122 
2S9 
172 

}m 

131 
17* 



3 a 
1 

3 



1 ..^tn. 

2 1...... 

1 ' 2 

.... 10 
1 2 

■2 



!iJ ....... 

7^* » 

212 ...„J 

179 J 



1R9 
28H 
27a 
215 
219 
411 
2S8 
194 
.W7 
2^ 

241 

■2ao 

^9 
242 

24!j 
310 

nil 

266 
304 



51 

im 

ns 

102 
1L2 

200 

in 
12a 

im 

147 
174 

12a 
12s 

125 
\Qo 
106 
m7 
68 
174 

122 
111 



S7 11 

B5 

139 

91 , 

joa ..... 
139 , ,,..; 
192 

49 3 
ITfl 7 I 
170 I 
J31 1 

71 I i(v ; 

100 ' 

U6 ! ■ 

■228 I 2 
IM 1 , 

m 10 1 



11 



in 
m 



111 

^1 

270 
303 
252 
211 

2rj7 
146 



192 lO-i ' ^1 
107 •)! 'S 

3-2.') 8:) I 17« 

350 1 1. ,. 

I 74 ' 87 

74 M 



840 210 110 ' 1 



A) 



....I 306 
221 
212 

213 
2:^ 
49^ 
237 
311 
isil 
245 
258 



176 
171 
263 



1 162 

4 '' 162 



4-23 

483 

,.,. ' 38-2 

,..,.1 519 

.„. 4'21» 

4 350 

I 4^0 

I 470 



177 


221 


m 


271 


im 


174 


244 


^1 


jm 


237 


iil 


102 


^25 


210 


277 


m 



I 

1 1 1 
I 

4 ! 3 

,....|...„. 

h I 6 
6 I 5 



321 
403 
463 
3-27 
494 
4t1H 

mb 

47i 
4^ 



>> 6730 JvlTl 'to as LI 250 6804 5336 m Si 111C3 j T*VM \ m7 l;l7 i 84 KfJ-lS 

NOBLE COUNTY. 





B«<?retaiyorBt*te— 


^ 
^ 


P 

^5 


'teaitl^nl— 
1K80, 




1 


Oovenior— 
1881, 






Towiublp* ftdd 
WanJji. 


ll 


1. 


<■ ■'*■ . 






"1 If 




1 


/TfcTlf 


73 
«0 


21H 
93 
llfl 

loa 

100 


a T 


flT9 
2»7 

3M 


167 
131 

7a 

287 

TO 


2(JS 3 ' 


380 
2-17 
1«8 
234 
384 
19& 


161 ' 180 
121 , 88 

63 99 
126 lt56 
2« 78 

74 34 
119 1# 
no 178 

48 171 
119 1 ITT 


8 ^ 1 


3^ 


ftnntfleld.... «.. 

BoflWlo.... 


1 


7 
...„. 

1 


114 1 

101 1 3 

n 13 

36 1 


7 

■ 1' 
1 


10 
1 
5 
3 


......1 

12 

1 1 

36 


220 
163 


(Mdw*ll Pftsducl 

Cmtur 
Ot)i1*rPrecinci.,....,., 


241 
3»6 
112 
176 


Elk. „ 


i 100 

1 76 

121 

1.^1 

' 213 

' 123 

142 

: 141 

65 

147 

132 


20A 
174 

77 
41 
183 

lis 






JIOO 
2iJ4 
257 
244 

317 
21WJ 
234 
262 
288 

m 


100 

79 

12-1 

1&.^ 

215 
131 
141 
142 
60 
154 
IS-J 


....... 


...... 


905* 
268 
264 
266 
^W 
823 
292 
230 
208 
295 
174 


289 


EooeU « 


14 


■-■ 


169 

13d 


20 





^1 


227 
*'47 


^Oliw*.- ... . „ 


16 
VT 

6 


6 

1 
3 


80 

; 43 

' l»2 
1 147 

1 81 
1 203 
1 lU 


21 

81 
5 
2 

"30' 


■■5" 
2 
2 
6 


139 
186 

lie 

190 
133 

105 
114 


47 

173 
143 

ta 

17t 
110 


T 

2 
2 

6 

...... 


14 
&0 

6 

5 
14 

2 
13 

3 


223 
306 
310 

2ft9 


w:.:::.::::::... 

ttnton _ 

itoek. 

Wijtie..., 


82 3 

20Q 1 1 

' 110 1 31 

34 1 









...... 


in J ^, 




TutAlit. 


2271 


1 2ft4.'^ im 


;*3 


' i^O 


1 2^6 


1 2iU !l9^ 


30 


4.*Wr2 


2182 ' 1906 


60 bso 


4m 



390 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 
OTTAWA COUNTY. 





SecretftTT o( State— 




president— 

im. 


{ 


im. 




Wardii. 






II 


II' 






Is 

II 




^^ 


1 

5 


j 


Buy , 

BeitioiTi ..,***, „„^ 


2S 

iirt 

15 
^^ 

m 

m 
m 
im 

, loe 

. 4^ 


1 " 
95 ■ * 


120 

415 

294 

120 

76ft ^ 

S2a 

1»1 

109 
40 

5a« 


1' 

124 ! 
197 

iM ; 

6ft 


M 

2£ff 

&4 
448 

ilJl 
77 

274 

68 

14 
48e 






m 

474 

i 1^ 

ft13 

14J 
474 

2oe 

4» 
5lo 


14 
14S 
4« 
M 

66 
161 
1Q& 

19 
AS 


71.. 

gf 
41 
801 

\&\ 

m 

2S3 
40 

m 


6 

1 

"Y 


^„,. 


•A 


SMfl , 12 ' 

241 1 S ) 

IjS 1 


ft 

IS 

1 

T 

1 2 
9 





4S 


CftlTOll 


us 


QftlAwba. tslHnd „„,„.. 


n 


CliiV 

n^nburj 

Erie 


4ie : 1 

afti ,. 


Ml 

an 


77 1. 


m 


HJirriK ......... , 

FotUk v.. .. ..,....*... 

Piil-iii-BHV— 


aw 2^ 

SO j \ 


m 
m 


2a 


l^ ,.„. 


ni.,*f 81 


BAlem 


4© ..... ..,. 


::: 1 m 










Total* 


1 li»l 


2538 18 1 


mA 


1510 ; 


25&t» 


60 




41» 


U63 


2141 


Sfl 


7 a*?:! 



PAULDING COLXTY. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



AtiKljiizc 

B«MIU>I1 

Blue Cre»'k.. 

Brown 

C:arryall 

Crainc 

E'ruTiild 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Lrtttv 

Paulding 

WashinKton 

Totals ... 



Secretary tiJ Btatc — 
leso. 



Preiddcut- 

irao. 



OoTtmor— 
tSSl. 







3tl 

la 
111 

670 

art) 

178 
155 
190 
I'JH 
270 

;ffl2 




11 


1i 

sS 
4S 


1 


i 






i 


1 


05 ^ lift * L.....t 


fli 
74 
ip» 

310 

7S 
W9 

44 

142 
IfiH 


i]>i 

n 
m 

is4 

3B7 
110 

14IS 
144 


'"s" 


...... 


221 

I7ft 

m 

IS 

lis 

m 

1112 


W ; SS 

54 BS 
75 42 
142 1 124 
2Sl 222 
148 124 
74 32 

m , e? 
114 ' loa 

4e 1 01 
i«3 1 ifia 

15« 127 


j 7 m 


7ft , 89 


C^> 4ti 1., .. ..... 

172 1 14t* ..... 


_ r;;;; 


117 
14R 


•.m a&"> ! is .... 

HI ' llg .„... 


51 


3iT 


SO 102 : m ...... 




■.P 


10! 


KS 70 


— u 


1S8 


101 m i ......I 


117 


10 1 88 ......J ' 

l^ . 131 |..,. 1 

15& , 147 J ' 


■"" 


f — 


137 


H8T ' \m 1 2a 


......I 


2WI 


1527 


Ilia 


5 




2»ea 


1S74 1066 


« 


7 


mt 



Ef.BCTION STATISTICS. 



391 



PERRY COUNTY. 



Secretary of State— 
1880. 



President— ' 
1«80.. 



Governor— 
1881. 



TovrnshlpH and 
Wartls. 






- ! . 















•=.5 «^ 



So' 

z , ^ i 



• =' IS * 



i:"! d ' ii 



: ? •^'21 * - 



I c o .a — 



= 1 



Bearfield. 

Clayton 

•-Coal ^ 

^Harnson - 

^Hopewell.. 

Jackson 

Madison 

Monroe. 

Monday Creek ....H 

Pike 

PleaAant 

Reading 

8ali Uck. 

Thorn ^., 

Totals 



m 

246 


1^ 

130 

ar2 216 


...» 27fl 
766 


106 

m 


im 




207 


90 
177 


88 
13S 
»67 


6 1 


1£)0 


n\ 1 


2^4 
7«7 


1 
U 


d 


280 


2BH 194 ..._ 


B60 


im 


ui; I 


3*7 


219 


IHl 2 


362 


Ufi 


107 




2 


m 


114 


loa 5 


, 382 


117 


1<K 4 


2M 


U7 


1A1 




3 


m. 


ISO 


*JM j.»... 


' 4iri 


IM 


.SJO .._ 


414 


liVT 


^^40 


4 




3H6 


111 

306 


2sa as 


17« 

474 


mi 


BS* 


J»2 


94 


66 
2PQ 






1<« 


24a -^ 


......1 4OT 




7T 


R7e 


ISl 


211 





M'X 


137 


21S 


1 3-^ 


181 


IfiD 


'J 




:)i3 


:2sa 


4(M 


1 


mia 


-m 


nm 1 3 


& 


g8& 


LTi* 


301 


U 


7 


a79 


ia7 


^ 




..... m 


im 


84 1..... 




103 


m 


73 




B 


x» 


SOI 


443 


]3 


?61 


29S 


m 10 


I 


757 


294 


412 


1 


10 


735 


309 


U7l 


105 


.,..„ 777 


3ft7 


■Jii 144 


....+* 


'm 


2(15 


^m 




lli^ 


710 


lOS 


:^ 





...... 467 


too 


:--o9 ...... 


...... 


m 


UG 


329 


5 




4^ 


3i2^ 


nH5 


Iff? 


...... fil.'i& 


Jff7fi 


mm 377 


7 


t^2 


2634 


3128 


4^ 


Wfi 


0223 



PICKAWAY COUNTY. 



j Secretary of State— ! 
, 1880. I 



TownKhip« and 
Wards. 



Cireleville— 

UtWaid 

2d - 

8d 

4lh " 

501 " .... 

CircleTille 

Darby 

Deer Creek.... 

HarriH>n 

Jaokaon 

Madison 

lluiin>e 

Ifahlenbe-g.. 

Perr>'- 

nckaway 

8ftlt Creek 

fidoto 

Walnut.. ^ 

Washington.. 
Wayne- 



ToUl-i . 



iw iIt 



u 


^.1 


uo 


^ 


H 




82 


173 


169 


2!1 


192 


204 


67 


123 


130 


149 


31 


95 


185 


172 


179 


210 


142 


240 


i:^ 


161 


41 


180 


220 


2^0 


180 


99 


272 


146 


158 


205 


193 


230 


203 


316 


174 


203 


35 


252 


60 


119 






■:i:.. 

4 '...., 




Governor— 
I 1881. 






Obi* 



255 

380 ' 

3% I 

190 ! 

279 

126 j 

359 I 

389 

381 

2i)7 

226 

43:^ 

279 

419 

363 

423 

620 

377 

287 

179 



84 , 
169 ! 
197 

75 ' 
121 

35 

180 i 
184 
143 
147 

41 
223 
174 
288 
163 
201 



107 

212 

206 , 

120 

152 

91 , .... 

164 I 

208 ! 

24« ; .... 

154 I 

18«i I 4 
212 

94 

149 
208 
•231 



2| 



::::i:::::: 



209 I 341 1.. 

176 ; 213 .. 

39 , 263 .. 

61 134 I.. 



2849 ! 8701 I 4 ; 2 6i-i61 : 2910 3753 



I *l 



I 



251 74 I 151 2 I I 229 

381 ; 147 200 354 

403 163 ^»(10 3 ' 372 

1% . 64 no 3^ : 182 

274 100 H7 ' 249 

127 32 aa 2 ' 117 

:u5 if.2 no 9 j 281 

392 I 141 177 Ife 336 

3i»3 123 ^il? ' 343 

301 117 l!20 248 

231 3S t^« -A I 188 

4:V) 188 *2D7 11 ; i 407 

270 153 91 I 1 1 244 

437 I -2:^7 130 I 28 396 

372 143 I'KJ 2 i 302 

4:« 156 nri 11 1 845 

550 172 233 | 24 ' 4.35 

389 I 144 203 ! ' 347 

303 ' 37 214 . 2 , 252 

190 59 97 1 .-) I 161 

6678 2450 I 3187 '131 ' 5788 



392 



ANNUAL liEPORT 8l!.CKETAKY OF »TATB. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



I I 

; Secretary of State— l 
I 1880. I 



Townsbips and 
Wards. 






5f3 



r 



fii 



Beaver 47 

Benton I 113 

Camp Criok j 7:^ 

Jackson I 2fiO 

Mifflin 62 

Marion 104 

NeWton US 

Pee Pee :.. 192 

Pebble 20.i 

Perrv 87 

Seal ,....! 18:^ 

Scioto 112 

Sanflsh 86 

Union 48' 



' I- 



J22 
IIM 

1 1.1 ' 17 

201 I '....- 

110 1 2 

2 1 J 

412 I \ \ 'I 



164 

98 I 

148 10 

82 

185 I 
103 






175 
ItK 

4ii 

2U 

ron 

MX 



President— I 
1880. I 






S5 -? Is^ 



«= iaS 



o - 



iS 

e 



Governor— 

1881. 



QPE4 



6|i2 



^'5 



3 ' ^ 






Totals 1689 2206 j 41 ' h' m\^ 



4e 


Til 


6 




m 


71 

•m 


190 
121 

13» 






m 






1* 


1 *■« 


G4* 
105 


210 






Sit 

2ia 




1 


17:'J 


115 




1 


^ 


2(t^ 


45!5 


biriti 




e» 


Itte 


IfiO 


a 


I 


S59 


88 


m 






m 


^ 


, 


IZJ 


U 






2M 


39 


JMl 


t,j*» 




t2A 


50 


LOU 


a 




152 


175e 


sm 


» 


a 


Sisa 



m 

72 

II 
89 

155 

ITO 



105 ■ 

JOS, 1 
173 2 

as, IS 
lis ^ 
:^Ho It 

144 I IS 

74 i a 
130 L2 

T2 I -1 

IfiS _.., 

91 L._ 



14S! 1927 ' 7a 50 3541 



' 148 

.< 186 

I »6 

. 1» 



I 277 

^„. 565 

..„„ 338 

, 1» 

15 316 

4 , 182 

.».*.' 1» 

4, 149 



PORTAGE COUNTY. 





Secre 

11 


tary of State— ; 
1880. 


d 

c 


President— 

1880. 


* 

1 


G 

Is 


ovenior— 
1881. 






Townships and 
Wards 


n 

^5 




ll ill 


0^ 


Alwitur 

Aurora 


ITS 

\m 
m 
n\ 
-m 

VM) 

lOi 
VM 

mi 
\m 

143 

n\ 

V2R 
23 4 
.17.1 
Itift 

mi 


108 
4-H 

tilt 

12i* 
5(1 
ITi 

\m 

ICT 
118 
HH 

47 
17J 
47H 
131 
\t^\ 

%^ 
24a 


5 4 , 

Tl: 

2 1 

1 

At 10 ; 

'■■■■- 

1 i 

I 

W "c, 

2,4' 


2113 
174 

ISO 

:76 

214 
^12 
2iM) 
27a 
:M7 

2.rt(j 
17S 

1(183 

289 
1M£ 
3(6 
■J(t7 


IHJ 
117 
!I0 
IJEI 

iti*i 

ill 
16,'s 
191 

140 

i:i2 

i*jw 
irs 
99 
iw 
ISH 


67 

1!I7 
46 
fl8 
b^ 

43» 

er* 

7(* 
146 
U7 
112 

mi 

47 
17» 
\M 
141 
152 

91* 
25B 

SO 


a 

....... 4 

1 1 


30^ 
184 

'287 
178 
271 

•m 

965 

230 

2&& 
391 

179 
402 
ltfS7 
SIA 
289' 

sai 

361 ' 

270 


155 
119 
70 

in 

152 

m 

4<« 
147 
152 
141 
148 
128 
107 
106 
19b 

fm\ 

126, 
199' 
107 1 

i.-w , 


67 
il 

IK* 

m 

HZ 

m 

4a 

e4 

114 

127 
M9 

ii» 

37 

133 

mi 

117 
la* 

77 
2W 

72 


' Y 


12 


24K 

110 

m 
m 

215 
181 

m 

34« 

^58 


BrliulieM ,.. 

Cluirle.stown 


1 
& 

3 

■'W 


I 
i 

4 


Dorfiold ..„.. 

E'iiiibiirK , 

Franklin 

Fn'odoni 

GuFK i-\ :ro „,.,.., 

Hinmi ..,.,. . 


Mtiiiluu . -. .^. 


* 
1 

3 
11 

'I 
I 

1 


1 
1 


3M 
3tS 


JJOI'OII ^■... 


Palnn rn .h.^. ...,..+ 


Paris 

RHndolpli ,.... 

Ravoniia 

R4»ot»'n\vn .........♦♦- 


•i 4 

1 

3 1 


144 
9U 

m 

188 


ShHloi^villc" 

Streetsboro. 


Suffield „ 


Windbam ... 


14 




247 


Totals 


3Wifl( 


3ll:^ 


7H ! 41 

1 


7093 


39911 


3147 


! 


rm^ 


SBEA 


sbia 


m 


70 


urn 



AtwatvT township— Scatterings 1. 





• 




ELECTION STATISTICS. 
PREBLE COUNTY. 














'6^6 




Secre 

ll 


tary of Stale— 
1880. 


> 


President-- 
lh80. 




4; 

O 

1 


Governor— 
1881. 




Tuwn>hips and 
Wanls. 


it 


it 

3^ 


X 


if 


II 


4* 


1 


ll 


^1 


Abraham 
R. Ludlow. 

John Scilz. 


i 
1 


Dixon „^ .„, 


I5ii 

loe 

142 
156 

IM 

w; 

27fi 

m 

210 
163 


no 

120 

ieo 

&27 






2«8 
202 

285 

;»7 
:«3 

304 
424 
350 
542 
434 
472 
;>83 
4y7 
IJOO 


162 
110 

m 

157 

m 
2sa 

*13 
Ibl 


172 
Htl 


i i 


270 

2fi9 

361 
2h8 
417 
.S49 
643 
418 
471 

-19;; 
lO^iS 


139 

a» 

122 

Ui 
n? 

HI 
ll>7 

i:!3 
515 


98 

88 

47 
104 

141 
136 
59 
125 
221 
234 
207 
16.> 

'im 

495 


1 

9 ' 

2 1 


246 


Gftsper .H, „„«, 






188 


Grati>— 

WestElkton Proc^t^ 

WiucbeKter 
Harrison— 

Lewisborg Pr«<dnfil 

S<»noni 
Iinel ^ 


29 

1 6 

.....| 31 
■ 2 


! af7 


34 

7 

43 
11 




218 
220 

382 
258 
385 


Ja^ksion .^^ ^ 




]5l '..... ! " 


803 


JeffeKon * 


1 8 
2 

Z'.. 32 


2gti 
2&7 

2ao 
m 

r*i 


1 9 

37 

1 ..... 

2 H 


507 


L»uier „. .« 

Monroe^ .„„„.. 


3 ' 

41 


379 
445 


Somere 

Twin - » 


6 
14 
18 


...... 


508 
413 


Wasliin}n<>u .., ,„., 


...... 4 


1061 








Toiai« _.. 


3ia& 


m^ 


3 


114 


m\i 


mm 


2711 


4 


,« 


(K^ 


1^^ 


2386 


•229 




5413 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 





Seeietaiy of Stati — 
1880. 






n-.sidfiii— 
ISftO 


p 
* 
1 


C 

el 


Jovernor- 
1881. 




Townships and 
WnniK. 




s si 


ililj 


.11 11 


.a 

1 


** e 

-1 


II; i 


c 
> 

c 


Blanc hiitd ..,...,,,,.„ 


1S2 
B5 
SN 
77 

107 

m 

1^ 
13 
44 

119 
340 

167 
12a 

04 

loy 


291 1.— - 


.».*, 


214 
an 

itS4 

lao 

^^ 

174 1 
22fl ! 
70(V 
2t6 

f^ 

*J41 
323 ; 


149 
72 
47 

m 
\m 
n 

48 

15 
Gl 

lao 

97 

lij 

74 
117, 


^^0 


*%iw^~ 


1 


426 
21S 
2:i7 
:^J9 

a,^ 

161 

468 
'MA 
lb& 

2sa 

7;i,'^ 
LHil 
290 

248 


105 
37 
24 
♦-0 
98 
52 
23 

98 
13 
40 
106 

208 

72 

15fi 

loa 

43 
103 


212 i 4 i 


S22 


Grevuf-burg.. .,.,.. 

Jack-Mil] ^,^... . 


153 

2JW 
22;i 

! 336 

130 
lOi 

tfifl 




126 
188 
197 




1 


163 






163 


J^inSri;?^.. ,*,*„ 






**58 


Lib*Mty ._ 

HfPIlH^"^ ..„ 






«6 4 

as7 


197 "eT'T' 

45 i 4 9 

197 ■ 1 


300 
110 


Hon tervy™.- . .« ►.. . - ,..^- 
01 lawn— 
Eaci Precinct *.,.,«^^, 


2*^0 


i 


3;i7 I 




320 

217 

90 

74 


"til 

15 j... 


450 


Wifftt ** ^. 


■ 


24f, 

lOh . . .1 


282 
131 
195 


F'ftlniftr .».«<. .♦**.* 


"'i^'i.!!^!! 


hm- *.« »^ 


Ptaaiaii 1 „„„ 

Wky^ ..,- 


4 


104 
17^ 
173 


sr-3 


296 
105 


81 

9 


024 
179 


8qg«r Cref k ,.. 


nil 

170 

V77 
201 


i 


9 


93 R 


254 
"55 


Uuior 1 „„^ ^,^ , ..-.„ . 






149 

145 
145 


21 i ■ 

16 1 18 


Van Bureii— 
Norrh PTt^nct 

Bouth - 


i^. 





iT 





282 
209 


Totals ,.,. 


1T0& 


S3B3 ' 2t 


B i 


S0ft8 


IJwl 


3417 24 1 fi 1 


53U5 1 


1431 


2748 140 28 ] 

1 • 1 


4347 



394 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



RICHLAND COUNTY. 



Townshlpt* an«1 
Wards. 



Blooming Grove .. 

Butler 

Cd88 

Franklin- 

Jaclcson 

Jett'crsou 

Madison 

Mifflin 

Monroe 

Perry » 

Plymouth- 
North Precinct .. 
South 

Sandusky 

Sharon.. 

Springfield- 

Tiroy 

Wanhlngton , 

Weller 

WorthiDgton 

Mansfield— 

IsiWard 

2d " 

8d ♦• 

4th " 



, Secretar>' of State— 
18K). ' 



op ^-^ .5^,g° 



President- 

1880. 



$^ -3 8 



TotalH . 



117 
124 
226 

60 

71 
280 
191 

02 
14i) 

74 

IM 
75 
M 
8V7 
199 
106 
100 
IM 
140 

840 
3U4 
209 
193 



3905 



87 

177 
104 

15S 



■m 
■Am 



J 802 
211 
42.^ 
2:<7 
2;i5 , 
604 
457 
., 217 
J 429 , 

^ 111 . 

269 ' 
148 
160 
7J7 
3U8 
300 
3G9 
' 275 
. 459 



114 


197 


127 


85 


•22t» 


193 


66 


175 


7u 


102 


302 


•295 


194 


202 


62 


161 


157 


282 


79 


111 






156 
77 
56 
401 
207 
16^ 
167 
160 
153 



112 ... 
76 ... 



I I 541 356 



(H5 
5K2 
550 



'220 I 

2as I 



1 8 8750 4032 



15/ 
33J 




190 




105 




216 




118 




839 


1 


192 


1 


320 




851 


..... 


857 




48t^j 


6 



16 



S 



Ooverut»r— 
1881. 






A o 



...1 311 

-J I 212 

■J I 4*24 

I 241 

.. .. ,. 235 

1 5U8 

46o 

•223 

439 

^ 192 



271 
152 
2U 
7:i8 
398 
859 
:18:J 
280 
493 

550 
631) 
572 
560 



8939 



•=^1 



108 
197 

55 

64 
209 
166 

40 
163 

69 

109 
52 
38 
359 
180 
160 
163 
127 
142 

331 
255 
184 
177 



165 6 
75 9 

167 W 

152 

150 

278 

245 

127 

253 
92 



97 
58 
87 
304 
173 
l«4 
207 
89 
270 



158 i W 
292 ' 28 
322 I 10 

387 4 I 



4282 3;.'5 



ROSS COUNTY. 



Secretary of State 
1880. 



Presldeut— 
1880. 



Governor— 
1881. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



,|i 






Buckskin 


820 


Colerain 


207 


C<)iic'»f<l 


431 


D<crfield 


207 ' 


Franklin 


132 


Greeiie 


240 1 


Harrison 


114 : 


HuntiuKton 


203 1 


Jefierson 

LH>erty 


118 1 
141 


Piilnt 


132 


Paxton 

Sclolo- 
Easi Precinct 


•241, 

114 1 


West " 


72 1 


Sprinnfield— 
Ea.st Precinct 


73 


West *• 


87 


Twin 

Union- 
North Prec't. 


298 
54 


South 
Chillicothe- 
Ist Ward 


275 
183 


2d " 


244 


3d " 


'206 


4th " 


'234 


6th " 


276 


6th * 


105 






Totals 


4607 







254 .. 

'201 .. 

320 I 

151 . 

1-27 . 
241 

117 .. 

303 I.. 

9l» .. 

206 . 

116 .. 

251 .. 

96 . 



90 
IM I 
258 

56 
207 

244 
•225 
191 
2*25 
•264 
177 



4(j04 15 



..|.. 






15 = 






578 

411 

753 

3,^7 

•2.)9 

481 

2:J1 I 

512 1 

•217 

318 

'248 

495 



319 
210 
4K1 
•213 
i25 
•244 
124 
193 
117 
143 
135 
•252 



170 I 
I 
163 
IW 
651 

110 I 
486 I 

379 
470 , 
398 i 
462 1 
541 ' 
.83 , 



251 

206 

3;w 

153 
115 
'^i 
141 
311 
101 
. 217 
1'20 
242 



'210 I 126 



80 

75 
42 
•2K6 

6»! 
292 I 

144 
'259 
219 I 
'247 
•291 I 
105 , 



93 
93 
279 

65 
205 

229 
210 
189 
197 
'240 
100 



V 


-...-.1^,. 


4 




— — 


I 

I 

"2 


1 ......... 



297 


183 


11 




198 1 


191 


9 .... 


397 : 


27h 


•21 8 


184 


lOii 


40 .... 


115 


Ss 




•222 


'23'» 


' 1 2 


104 


119 






170 


'205 


^ 


-4^f 


10-S 


86 


t ... . 


132 


2«i6 


t m. 


107 


79 


U ^ 


'^.^ 


184 


* 


•»• 


104 


77 


1 




72 


h2 






68! 


74 






3:i 


78 




♦ !.+ • 


251 


222 


12 


rrr. 



3 I 9240 4784 I 4651 28 



61 47 1 
•236 I 195 1:: 



124 216 

221 207 2 

208 156 3 

'209 I 165 1 

'245 ! 230 4 

80 , 187 



4175 3954 150 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



395 



SANDUSKY COUNTY. 





Secretary of ata 


e- 




President— 






Governor— 










idm. 1 




1^. 






mi. 




TowntdhlpA Aud 


— - ^ 


^ ■ T ■ IM " ; Ji 







f«i 


- 


11 Hi 


H 


W»rd». 


^1 


II 


ii 


II 


1 


«2 


4»& 
171 


173 


o 

> 

1 


Builvnie .,.„.„.... _ 


214 


367 


■^1 




602 
17.^ 


200 




IS 





24S 6 

71 ...... 


12 


445 


B^Ileviif: Pr^^dnct 






164 


Grwu <'reek* — *.., : 


401 


say 


til 


If* 


h64 


171 


an 


4ft 


u 


8M 


41'J 


2W 1*7 


Mi 


788 


Jfbrfchjp ...„,.„„.... 


1*W 


IHS 


4 




a:!» 


IW 


IM 


11 




S89 


140 


139 Ifi 


r^ 


828 


Iwlkioii ...„,.„ 




309 


S 




«2 

37J 


19,1 
10(J 


2!^ 
2t» 






44^ 
370 


139 


2'lij 17 

138 .... 
241 4 




40S 


fiioe „,«„,,,.„,.. 


-- 


..... 


178 


faudtiakV ...-....,..*„.„ 


I 




387 


IS* 


aw 


la 


- 




157 
147 
202 


3iU2 
170 


9 


...„. 


8f>3 
31«0 


ISl 
111 


ItfV _... 




883 


Soot 1... ...,...*..,««......... 


i4S 12 

IGfl 13 


"T 


277 


TowtiMriid 


a 


e 


388 


Wiishrnjiion **»» 


176 


»77 


2ft 




58 r 


17ft 


i7ii 


3J 




fi7!i 


117 


!12(i )(t 


IM 


494 


WoodTtlle..* 


HI 


271 


7 




««» 


9a 


275 





.«„, 


»T3 


<Q 


2ir> 1 




287 


York , 


atK 


iSh 


B 


^ 


317 


2J& 


137 


4 




aro 


156 


m a 


4 


278 


Fpemont— 






























IM Ward 


146 


A4 


a 




; '2P3 


lEiT 


SI 


« 




14.^ 


140 


iw 


3 


255 


m " ,„^^„ 


117 


asw 


19 




^B 


122 


213 


10 


*»***- 


34? 


13S 


208 


^ 


853 


« " „».. 


I2S 


xia 


1 




34» 


m 


aoa 


I 




R44 


97 


211 3 


1 


346 


4gi " „ _, 


187 


24X1 


la 


I 


^0? 


*07 


18» 12 




404 


172 


IHO ...,„ 





867 


Btao Tbwn Pm;l nci - 


w 


60 


1 


4 


ITI 


121 


4a 1 


4 


169 


Mi 


13 9 


"i 


158 


TtolilB- 


2m 


8710 


m 


ae 


6SB4 


^06^ 


3640 t4a 

1 


29 


«8ai 


24^fi 


«fl3h HI 


99 


6125 



SCIOTO COUNTY. 





Secreiarv oF Sule— 


i 


Pneridcm— 
1880. 


■ 
1 


II 


overnor^ 

1S81. 






Wards. 


II 


Be is Mi 

^3 |5.|S 




11 II 


1 
1 


^1 


ill 


i 

1 


Bloom..„.. ., .,......, 

Bnuh Vtvck *♦»*.. 


24& 
120 
l«f 
190 
160 

n 

149 
113 

2l>l 

m 

51 
Uh 
1,18 
157 

Hi 
BU 
157 
lft4 

2a& 

901 


iHa 

ra 

laoi 

3*a 

no 

07 
141 
57 

i S4 

, &i 

EEU 

: 100 


17 


..... 


3«j 
393 
'JtVl 
360 
379 
1?3 

2«6j 

10ft 
ITS 
4h5 

ln$ 
250 
214 
2ft7 
2;>4 

Sb3 
470 

^Vi 

!«*» 
4T9 


242 
135 

aoo 

15S 
7S 
IHIj 
1U5 

114 
07 

270 
?i 
5ft 

lU 

130 

mi 

VM 

1.--7 
ItiU 

aor> 


m 

12S 
143 
99 


tt 


...... 


m 

2W 
4N* 
2n2 
ISO 
ait3 
2L1 

1 187 
1*17 
480 
140 
246 
20t$ 
270 
2^ 

376 
474 
320 
304 
3?«M 
407 


22ffl 
90 
liJ2 
lU 
181 
51 
15^1 
12tf 

119 

ei 

243 

74 
55 
106 
112 
186 

124 
271 
153 
ISO 
217 
202 


00 
t08 
lO-i 
114 
79 
Otf 
£4 

72 

m 

7S 
143 

t$o 

117 
85 

214 
149 
176 
120 
147 


7 13 
1 22 

"siu'l ;^ 

......1 2 

..... . lU 

3r 


aw 

311 


VnWB . ...*..4.....i..L4*<>r 


20 


""i" 


..... 


1 


315 
214 


Madntin ,.., ,,^, 

Upper Freeincl . 


100 
121 
40 

7S 


4 
35 


1W 

18E1 
185 


""*'| 


155 




1 


207 '"i" 

141 


413 






1 


132. 


Unlciii .. ............ .- 


■ * 


m 


l^m 


14JJ 
97 




Iftft 




229 


WuhingU^n 

P(Wi»moutb— 
UtWard ..»,..«. 


38 
^2 




2 ""!" 


a£l 






4..... 


H39 


Bd *' 


1*15 
179 
129 


......s...,. 


140 ^..-. 
169 ...... 

126 1 .... 






4^ 


ad ** 


Sift 


lib " 


318 


^h *• ... 


111 








369 


Ith ^ 


174 ; ; "" 




!;:". 


396 












Totftla,-. ,.-. 


3.>40 


Jiios 


40 


I 


ftjtfl 


3639 


2912 


61 


I 


M«8 


B234 


2553 


41 


U4 


tiOTT 







Oovemor— Nile, Lower Precinct, scattering, 1. 



390 



ANNUAX. REPORT 8BCRETARY OF STATifi. 



SENECA COUNTY. 





1 

Secre 

'If 




Fr^ldont- 

1 1«»D. 


1 
I 


Govern rkf— 

im. 




T'*wn»htM and 


b'ii 


it 


1 II 


5* 


P 


9! 

1 


II 


l| i3 5 


1 


A'fUlllH 1 11 M * 


' 113 140 , 4 
1 79 4fi ...... 


.« llfl 

■ 84 

,,, 1 ....„ . Ifrj 


145 ' & 





„.^^ 


tfO 
G2 
g5 
2:^ 
14» 

. 116 

121 
48 
222 

e; 

474 

iia 

115 

76 
IGl 

154 

Ml 

rs 


12a 

iO 

S12 

ItH'i 
lA! 
142 

im 

fid 
m 

ai2 

ns 

JIM 

200 

aw 

3ri0 


4 
I 
8 
27 
* 

as 

^5il^ 
151 
£ 1 

tr 
7 


11 

a 
1 

1 

jk 

7 


213 


Ort^eii ^priiJic Prvc., 


4» 
279 




llitt 




" 






"— 


4i»] 


B'-n m .1*1.,, . ... 


1H 


4 


,. 16ft 

,. 215 

....' 14a 

147 

,.,,,«,.! 4» 

..».,. 29-J 

t» 

..»,,... 473 

.„._... 1»* 
......... IJ<0 

«™«. aw 
.. ' l?r7 

,..,.„„ lOH 


1A 




4^ 


Clinton ......,*..4.,.*.,M-.i 

E'Jt'ii,. «*....- 

Nui th Prwliicl 

Jitmth 


. im ; ^2£4 , S 
1 ;iJO 1 174 l^ 
J laa 1 216 ' A 


24t2 1 5 

IHU 1 17 
216' 6 

Sfi . 1 

m , 2 

190 7 

20h , 1 ^ 
2.'i« 7 
1^» 7 
1"J9 = 5 

25.1 5 
sii-i ... ' 
ai7 1 

ifla 4 

2J8 5 

^im 4 

11^ 9 
2154 2 


A 


'"-*"* 


St5 

SIS 


1 

Ufi 47 

t'iS 1 t?7 

78 MO 

' 454 1 *it 


"2" 


i 




1« 
J 17 


Lil>tfrt>- ,_ 


«j...... 






45a 






309 


Fo!i(oH*l*rediior.„, 


3 
5 


f 


s 

1 

1 

31 
...„. 




TOO 
2S7 


Rt^-iK.. 

Bt^ipUt 

BfMii'tti...,,*,. , 

Thoiiiif*nti, «,„„,,. ,«,.... 


157 

204 

., 143 


217 


m 

4M 


V^nici.... ..i.».. 

Timii^ 

l>^r Wmrl .,„ ..„ 

2d " 


1 211 322 

1 J&i ]&l 

. Ifi*^ il6 

. 121 IW 
101 1175 


• ; 

sE 

1 


L'60 

; 155 

J 116 

..„,... \ JOG 

»».«„: 13a 

.*.! lie 

1 


IT 

IS 
24 

1& 
5 

T 


6 
7 

7 
3 


195 

n5 
544 


H'} " ., ..1. 11 






406 


Ath " 

Mh '^ , 





..i*^„t. 


321 

9£T 


TnUllft ............ rrr,, 


ll^^li 


47(K) 


nti 


» 


4tXfc*i 


i^Uf 


m 


^ 





330S 


427:5 


270 


115 


7.74 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Secretary of Slate— 
1880. 



President— 
l.s«0. 



Governor— 
1S81. 



Townships and 
Wards. 









<2 ^-^ 



^ *>' 5 ' 

.£ >, a I 



^1 



I t;*^ 1 

.2 ■ I *" i 






ciiiitpji]... 

Cyiilhlau ^..........J 

DiiH n' ^.....^,..^..^,.. 

FraiiliUii , ,*. 

rei*i 1 1* ,.M.,^M.. ..w„ 


572 
73 

im 

143 
12'J 

10 

no 
ISI 

102 


570 :„. 

aai :.i. 

143 1... 
'Mi .., 
J4fl ... 

21.=! ... 

:m .„ 

SKI 

i:i7 ... 
m „„ 

114 . 

2M 1... 
102 |... 


..<;.»». iri2 

:tio 

I '^ KU 

^-, 251 

.. 2 IH/ii 

;jtiH 

., Li m 

.......J 3rJ4 

1 ' 4 ; 219 
...... »ri 

. J JJ92 

. ....... 29ft 

...„„.' J106 

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ELECTION STATISTICS. 
STARK COUNTY. 



397 



TOfVlkKhtll!! AOd 



Secret at;; of Stole-* 




Attblehifm ...* ^„^ 

Canton „ „ 

jAek»oti ....„.,.**... 

lAke „.., 

Fulton Prpdnct.^.. 
tAwit'iice " 

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•2d - 

Sd •• 

4th " _.| 

Masvilloii— ! 

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2il " i 

8d " ..; ' 

4th •* i 

Mt. Unif«n Township..' 



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110 



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398 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRBTARY OF 8TATK. 
SUMMIT COUNTY. 





Secretory of Stole— 
1880. 


4) 

1 
1 


P 

<'6 

si 
^5 


'resident— 
1880. 




. Q 

Obi 


ovt-rnoi^ 
1881. 




Townships and 
Wards. 


•o 1 . a: 

IS liiii 


ll 

OOC 


it 


1. 




Akron- 
Ist Ward.. 


488 


279 12 
1 


12 


756 


507 


270 1 8 ; 8 


795 








A 


190 
279 


.... 

86 
168 


9 
U 


A 


B 




1 




:::::::::i::::i:::::: :::::: 





1? 


2d " 


421 


248 ' 12 


7 1 


68ri 


446 


223 ' 15 7 


691 




A 


132 
231 

"ii2i 

273 


106 
79 


12 16 


B 

8d " 


":«6" 


298' 13 


'"3" 


"660* 


"360 


"286* ■ 13 ""3 


•66i' 


8 


12 


A 


79 


9 


4 , 


B 




1 




! 







206 7 


14 


4lh •* 


330 


338 , 21 


16 


703 


336 


1 3U 


24 9 
1 


716 


A 


1-29 
217 
2fi6 
252 
176 
138 
138 
125 
408 
124 
1-27 
210 
128 

75 
152 
216 
184 
196 
109 
232 

88 


148 7 

178 17 

204 6 

66 3 

43 i 9 

109 1 26 

90 7 

•204 16 

142 8 

246 ' 19 

165 I fi7 


84 

13 
96 
11 

4 
2 

37 ' 


B 1 




l,. 








5th *' 


277 

284 

2iy 

167 
182 
193 
4Ul 
161 
197 
249 
163 
110 
161 
243 
229 
224 
161 


"m 17 
83 ; 4 

4.» 

1<4 8 

m 

241 1 'M 


3 

1 
1 
6 
2 


680 
374 
269 
825 

286 
468 
584 
474 
412 
4<)8 
2G7 
224 
3% 
4'.>7 
279 
62l« 
241 

201 


299 
208 
233 
173 
197 
2(« 
414 
16' 
218 
2()1 
174 
129 
164 
2:)0 
2;^9 
252 
161 
29J 
12r> 


220 
85 
61 


18 2 
5 2 


639 
390 
284 
324 
304 
5(r2 
5:^6 

608 
438 

41:j 

.-^66 
259 
395 
5:J3 

28« 
660 
262 
3.-)7 
2W 


5th " 


Bath 


Boslon 

Copley 

^— Covt*iitry 


144 

104 
269 


6 1 

2 

•29 1 


CnvnhoKa Falls 


129 
291 
210 




119 1 


4 < 


Franklin 

Qrocne 


- 


"3 
6 
3 
4 

10' 
2 

2 
..... 


316 
220 
147 
92 

rr, 

229 


31 


29 
10 

1 

*iV 

3 


Hudson 


154 

HI ; 

104 7 
226 , 19 
230 1 18 

47 ; 

286 1 19 

86 1 


6 


114 
87 
90 

194 


IS 

27 
10 


Northfield 


Northampton 

Norton 


7 , 

2 


—Portage 

RichfleUl 

•-Bpringftel - 

Stowe 


2b;i 
45 
.2\)2 
HH 
61 
80 


9 8 

1 ' 2 
^ ! 


219. 21 
SO 4 

24h 1 4 
71 1 16 


13 ' 
9 

>5I 


Tallmadge 

Twinshurg 


286 1 64 
118 81 


• 4 


09 
86 


6, h 
22 1 

849 I309 
1 1 


Totals 


5572 


4027 


212 


80 


9807 


58:t0 


4071 


192 


49 


10216 


4916 


3616 



TRUMBLLL COUNTY. 



' Secretary of Stntr— 
1880. I 



Townships and 
Wards. 









I 



Bazetto ' 109 

Courtland Precinct ... 128 

loomfield I 169 I 

-bracevllle 173 

Bristol 266 

-Brookfleld '202' 

Champion 120 

F«rraington 240 

Fowler 184 , 

Greene i 171 | 

GustavuA I 214 ' 

Hartford | 1S9 

Ornngeville Precinct..! 47 

Uowiand | 133 

-«nbbard I 272 

■— 1. olebur^ Precinct ! 135 



75 10 

49 

27 ; 1 
68 4 
66 



168 30 

97 11 

60 2 

.\'S 

46 6 



Presideiit- 
1880. 



76 3 I 

16 

68 I 

2% I 42 
70 10 



194 
182 
188 
249 
327 
408 
229 
296 
211 
224 
261 
...| 270 
. , 06 

1 207 

2 611 
1 ! 21G 



as* =* ,ar^| 



44 

30 
73 
70 



112 
132 
171 
186 
249 

2:^2 I 180 '2H 
19 100 

46 

62 

61 

28 



% 
196 
176 
221 
189 
48 

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14 
69 



8 




4 


2 


6 


1 


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1 


3 


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8 


4 


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Governor— 
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279 I 302 39 I 4 

l.-H) 7r. 6 1 4 



198 
177 
201 
266 
327 
44K 
228 
302 ' 
269 
2;i6 
266 
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208 I 
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92 
103 
12:? 
126 
201 
i:i6 
101 
190 
162 
141 
172 
148 

29 
124 
177 

94 



57 3 

19 29 

26 1 

49 12 

M 9 



«; 

47 21 
46 1 I.. 

33 10 

21 14 

60 18 

11 15 



IS 
6 



3 



186 20 I 33 
30 4 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
TRUMBULL COUNTY— rontlnued. 



399 



Secretary of Stme - 
! Ib80. 



I 'resident— 
1880. 



Goveruor— 
1881. 



Townships and 
WanlM. 









15 



52 



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322 


76 


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471 
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470 
212 


273 
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Governor— Scatterini?, 103: Brookflnld township, 100; Coleburg Precinct, 2: Wetherafleld township, : 



TUSCARAWAS COUNTY. 



J 


Secretary ol Sialj&^ 
1»&0. 


3 
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p 

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1 
Governor— 




TovrnshitM and ^ 
WardH. 


^1 








11 


11 


1 


1 


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1. 

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10 

2 
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49 

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166 
2^ 

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146 

177 
173 

67 
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99 
1112 

7a 

61 

58 


200 
£18 
137 
614 
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M9 
223 
177 

3»7 

21a 

527 
136 
105 
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30 
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m 

102 






269 
23« 
■283 
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174 
i^T 
1197 
27:l 
362 

901 

a&4 

461 
2»1 

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465 
3.W 
«02 
1t*1 
200 
323 
216 
iC77 
221 


67 
20 
142 

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106 
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4H 

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64fi 
175 
241 
117 
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172 
67 
136 
100 

\m 

64 
85 
66 


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159 
527 
230 
ll$l 

262 
IJJ-J 
232 
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300 

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92 






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252 
281 

1021 
180 
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1197 
278 
S&l 

38a 

475 
253 
254 
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3,W 
B23 
lt'.7 
20H 

232 
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24 
129 
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18a 

490 
13« 

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125 

( 117 
67 

m 

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1 60 

72 

60 


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105 
1^2 
512 
71 
146 

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101 

m 

166 
1«7 
110 
86 

155 
200 
ai 
74 
131 
130 
174 
145 


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69 
13 
4H 

11 

iJ 

10 

4 

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2 


2S4 
219 
2S9 


Btwjt*.. „„,**„„„, 


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7 
11 
2 


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15 






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*Botet , . . ,.^^ «, 

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«'FiAnklla ^ 

SfiSs::;::--.;™: 


9 
2 


& 


671 
137 
237 
1161 
246 
iSi 

790 
816 
417 

201 
216 
306 


UhHcb«vllli! Pfec'L. 

Dviiiiison PreoincL 

Oifwd .„..« »..«.. 

SK-i":::"-"::.::: 


1 

& 
10 

1 a 





^ tear ,.„,^,* 

tairOf«ek..._ 

HCki 

Warren -,......« .-.*.,«.» 


13 ;:;., 
2 

22' ;;r.i' 


15 :....., 

1 15 \3 


906 

liO 

190 

246 


lanrtek „.„ 


158 
311 




^Mhlngton „..,„ 


"1" 


E 


— : 


tST!.!" ::::::::,„:;: 


160 ] 1 ,::.... 


""■I""' 


966 


TOE^ »„»„ 


wm 


4T29 


81 


38 


sao& 


40S6 


4644 ' 71 1 5 

1 


9044 


3374 


! 4126 


m|74 


78r,6 



400 



ANNUAL REPORT SBCRKTARY OF 8TATB. 



UNION «OUNTy. 





Secretary or 8ta 
1880. 


le— 

II 


6 

i 


President— 
1880.- 


! 1 

! ^ 


Governor— 

1881. 


TownRhlM and 
Wards. 


li It 


g2 


li 


"J 

c c 
s « 


4w 

II 


1 


1 (2 -oj ^ 


Allen - 

Claybourne 


1 

232 1 106 
462 241 
189 159 
I0i» , 136 
152 166 
215 153 
217 1 163 
22:^ ! 14« 






338 
710 
298 
213 
321 
374 
384 
872 
190 
949 
819 
405 
279 


241 
465 
149 
hrl 
153 
216 
221 
225 
50 
516 
203 
243 
215 
303 


102 

2:13 

155 


1 


1 

1 343 
706 
307 
240 
S20 
376 
3KU 
372 
193 
948 
324 
401 
281 
394 


* 1 1 

190 72 6 1 





'i' 


871 171 72 ' 


parbv 


125 128 


Dover 




2 
1 
4 


13S 
165 
153 




96 109 12 


JackMon 

Jerome M 


'"i 


1 


130 187 17 

163 131 31 

184 121 i 18 < 


Ijcesburff 


161 
146 
132 




Liberty 




U 
5 


192 126 1 10 


Mill Creek 


47 t ]Sl 




11 

9 
6 


32 109 ' 22 j 


Paris 

Taylor 

Union ......... 


501 1 m 
201 1 115 
2.W 1 167 
215 ' 62 
295 i 90 
1 




421 
115 
161 




481 394 , 35 

162 84 35 

197 133 12 


Washington 

York 





2 




i 


193 49 i 1 j 

247 68 , 18 j 












Totals 


3242 1 2280 




34 


5568 


3302 


2236 '2 


44 


569G 


27«3 1827 284 ; 











VAN WERT tX)UNTY. 



Secretary of State — 
1880. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



Harrison 115 

Hoagland | 122 

Jennings I 152 

76 
151 




Governor— 
1881. 



Jackson 

Liberty 

Pleasant 

Van Wert— 

First Ward 144 

Second " 103 

Third " 154 

Fourth •• 170 

RldM I 207 

Tally 116 

Union 89 

Wlllshire 2AH 

Washington 199 

Middle port Prec't... 103 

York ' 232 



Totals , 2553 






200 
1*27 
110 
91 
175 
142 

90 
84 
96 
116 
150 
227 
147 
181 
456 
95 
59 



2549 



..I 817 
.. 250 
.. 266 
■ 171 
..I 333 
..I 812 
I 

, 237 
..1 187 
250 
285 
356 
343 
236 
430 
662 
200 
293 



2 5128 



114 , 

1«8 [ 
162 I 
77 I 
155 

170 I 

147 
116 
161 ' 

174 I 
217 
118 
91 I 
258 
201 

la') 

240 



206 
137 
112 
97 
176 
134 



83 : 

96 1 

110 ; 

151 I 
2J4 I 
154 I 
175 ! 
455 I 
100 < 
62 






2634 2571 







S^>0 
265 


98 
124 
125 

66 
161 
164 

146 
111 
174 
17t» 
194 
113 

88 
229 
197 

99 
247 


192 
146 
77 
92 
176 
142 

92 

88 

79 

124 

148 

232 

128 

154 

429 

99 

61 










2 
10 
8 




4 




278 
174 
3:n 
304 

237 
199 
257 
281 
368 
352 
215 
435 
658 
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2 
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5 


5215 


2506 


2458 


64 


9 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



401 



VINTON COUNTY. 





SecretoiT of at»te— 


1 


ISSO. 


1 

i 


Governor— 




Waf&, 


^1 






n 

II 


^2 

Ir 


si 


III 


el 


•III 


1 


1 

1 


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lis 


130 


3 


1 — 


2ie 


lie 


124 


2 








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101 
107 
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129 


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Bit 

15S 


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210 

1Q& 
3S1 

97 






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461 
871 
256 
235 

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227 
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Vinton .,.., ,, ^„.. 


1 


a 


273 
20G 


IpA PreclDt,^^ 


96 

m 






:-i 







150 






219 














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1702 


ms 1 3 


" - 


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1700 


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4 






1*79 


1«53 32 


7 


34fi6 







WARREN COUNTY. 





Becniury or SUte— 


1 


President— 

iseo. 


1 

> 


G 


K>TerJjoT— 

mi. 






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il 


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m 

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1 




11 


1 
■§ 


1 


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Bldtt¥f lie Fradnet. 


152 

22T 
344 

274 
1016 
173 
219 

mi 


1£4 

171 
2S7 

ses 

225 

aDo 

50 


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4 
1 


306 

551 
10D4 


166 

2d0 
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156 
166 
28D 

202 
!»1 
47 
219 
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120 
217 






806 
4S4 

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603 

5J7 

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.»..., 460 
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«ia 1 m 

518 ' aaa 

3&1 MO 

fioi; assi 

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1 1 74V 


2 1 130S 


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507 
74?) 


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1^1 


m 8 
yi : 1 
17^ 13 


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27R 

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afi76 


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4565 


2554 


6 


14 


714S 


3&28 


mi2 


m 


2 Hiie 



26 



8.8. 



402 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Secretary of State— 
1880. 



Prefidenl— 
1880. 



i Governor— 
1881. 



rownisUips Mid ' Z: 

in 






AS 






gai^t^iS 



Ada4u*., ., IP-.* 

Aureliui- — 
MftfknUiifgh pTfc'L. fl» 
Elbii I' reel II rt ...,„,./ 7H 

Bdrlou „...».. 217 

Bt^nprt,-... m 

BfilpreVtlliiRi?...... ' 1S7 

Dih^Utr .„„„„..,-.* 2Un 

Bunhrim ..* *.*,^ 75 

FBirrtold.._..„ .; 6'J 

f sarins ..,..,.,♦. «.»«! 101 

Giaiiiivltw _ IGB 

Harmnr Vlllnjie "JSti 

lndt3fJi*n*1t;iu*p..H. - 7-1 

l^wrence..,- iRM 

Liberty.,. JT^J 

L.Mtiskingiiin Pree, 170 

Ludlow GO 

MUEiklingiiiii Hi 

Kew jiorl , .,.-,.. 2L(iJ 

Palmer «„„ «6 

Siilem IKi 

WaiTon ^..♦*,^*..4,*"*, ... 1 to 

WRTerfE>rd ..,.., 3!« 

WiitcrtoWiJ «, ............. vn 

W4?>lu> I *2Kii 

Fnltontjerg ....«..^k. 4S 

Muriel tn— , 

IkiWnrrt 212 

U ^ 277 

Sd '' ,*...... l\^ 

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281 ri 7 . 

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177 
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ly 

470 

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371 

2^7 

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140 1 

382 

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207 , 



423 

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173 
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244 

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145 

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215 

282 i 



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114 

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227 
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301 

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m^ , 4711 I 44-S2 112 I 28 I B3Ua I 4044 




ELECTION STATISTICS. 



403 



WAYNE COUNTY. 





SecreUry of State— 
1880. 


c 

> 

i 


President— 
1880. 


f 


Qovemor— 
1881. 




Townships nxiA 
WarJlL 






g2 


X 


ii 


'1 


Ii 


1 




Si 

Co 


03.21 O 


1 


IstPreclncL. .. 


121 
90 
122 

19. 

la-) 

246 
247 
241 

204 
112 

187 
152 

209 
173 
137 
74 
275 

152 
40 
191 
202 
133 

157 
278 
119 
111 


75 


1 
1 ... . 


196 
163 

272 

390 
201 
479 
650 
502 


131 
97 
128 

199 
140 
250 
263 
245 

209 
115 
187 
IM 

213 

17:^ 

145 

71 

288 

153 
39 
194 
207 
133 

185 
291 
122 
112 


68 

73 

141 

196 

68 

233 

4oy 

'263 

172 
107 
280 
214 

126 
208 
239 
248 
223 

104 
119 
239 

2;« 

159 

244 
197 
145 

in 


1 


199 

170 


103 
81 
117 

168 
118 
214 
807 
210 

178 
106 
167 
134 

146 
160 
115 
66 
238 

129 
33 
148 
165 
132 

119 
243 
92 
95 
33 


61 
64 
127 

172 
54 
205 


1 .::::: 

6 


184 


w 


78 
150 

191 
64 
232 

398 
257 

172 


2 

; 1 

4 1 




151 


3d 


; i 270 

i m 

1 1 209 


253 


Oftosan — 
Irt Precinct 

3d " 


28 
9 
n 


1 

"l' 
1 

li" 

* r 

"2 


368 
182 


Chester 




48i 
672 
508 

383 
468 


432 
694 
482 


Chippewa „ 

C3intoD 


1 


876 7 
222 50 

156 12 
97 ' 4 
226 i« 


CongreK— 
L«*t Precinct- 


t 

... ' -2 


380 


\ 1 

1 1 


346 


2d " 

East Union . .• 


105 1 , , 220 

279 .... ; 1 467 

216 ! 370 

126 2 1 ' 337 


208 
412 
332 


Franklin 


:::::: t 


194 

88 
187 
213 
201 
172 

91 


1 

26 
3 
8 

15 
.31 

^^ 


Greene— 
Isl Precinct- 


2 848 


281 


Jd " 


206 ■ 

237 


..„. 


379 
378 
322 
490 

262 
158 
432 
437 
286 

4(V1 
478 




381 
301 


350 


Milton 


6 


337 


p»int- 


28 
215 






820 


283 


PlAin - 








5U 

9Sfi 


442 


SaltCreek- 
lal PreclncL. ^. 


109 
118 
240 
227 
153 

246 
200 
146 
108 








1 


234 
141 
879 
398 
286 

285 


M 






15K 


100 1 8 

194 , 33 

195 j 24 
144 ' 9 

154 11 
169 29 
126 IS 


Sugar Creek - 

Wajme - 

Wocttter 








438 


6 




8 
..... 





448 
295 

412 
490 

269 
228 


Wooster— 
UtWard 






3 
2 
2 
6 





Jd •* 






443 


3,1 - 


J 




260 


290 
195 
188 


4th ** 

oth ** 


; 224 

j 


91 
105 


7 















1 










Totals „ 


4297 


4791 


18 


12 9146 


4424 


4819 


23 


11 


9289 


8817 


4183 


402 


17 


8445 



WILUAM8 COUNTY. 





Secre 

il 


tary of State— 

* 


•3 


Preside 

188C 


nl— 
). 

U 


1 
1 


S 

? 


Govern 

1881 


or— 

II 


a 




TowDshlDs and 
Wards. 


p. 


it 

5^ 


u 


II 


ii 




1 


Bimdy 

Brldipewater 


338 
176 
194 
229 
157 
289 
104 
160 
.'J67 
•222 
236 
255 


143 
135 
208 
283 
209 
204 
132 
120 
610 
256 
206 
229 


2 
20 
2 
7 
2 

12. 
7 

75 
7 
3 

23 

M 


1 
"T 

6 


...... 


479 
831 
4(V4 
519 
368 
455 
243 
866 
1090 
481 
464 
493 


326 
184 
lt)2 
237 
154 
231 
109 
162 
568 
230 
237 
251 


184 

138 
201 
281 
216 
191 
188 
113 
498 
213 
225 
248 


•2 

20 
7 
4 
5 

11 

t2 

6 
4 

'22 
10 


...... 

4 


462 
342 
400 
622 
375 
483 
256 
352 
1076 
482 
472 
486 


289 
162 
172 


111 
100 
164 


4 

4 
11 
5 
12 
...... 

26 
11 
16 
14 


7 
41 
18 
55 
13 
12 

i 

29 
14 
40 
22 


428 
307 


Center „ 


358 


Florence— 


188 215 
126 , 186 
196 177 


469 


Jefferson » 


829 


v^ifon 


396 


Mill Creek 


96 
131 
536 
215 
249 
230 


139 
107 
430 
229 
193 
206 


244 


Northwest 


324 


Polaaki 

St. Joseph 


1021 
469 


Superior 

Springfield.. 


498 
472 






Totals 


2871 


2635 


168 


9 


5683 


2881 


2596 


176 


5 


5658 


2888 


2257 


125 


345 


5316 











404 



ANNUAL KEPOKT 8ECMETAUY OP STATE. 



WOOD COUNTY. 



Townships and 
Wards. 



Secretary of State— 
1880. 



is? iltlfii 



-I l=l|So;«i 



President— 
1880. 



"-g ,«'fe 



2 

I 111 jl ill 



Bloom , 253 181 

Center | 335 | 132 

Freedom ; 153 '^1 

Henry 185 206 

JackBon 99 93 

Lak*-— I 

HiMburr Prmnct. I 104 149 

WHllbrldKc ' -. Irt) , 74 

S^lberty. ^ i 1'9 "H 

Middletowti ,»^.. 195, lUD 

Jliiton........ ...., ! 189 2iHi 

MoiitKom^ry .. 289 244 

Perry 1 224 I HI 

Pern>biirg ! 421 ! 466 

Plain— ^ 

Ea!t Preoknct.,;. 262 i 99 

West *' 1 76 ! 81 

Port^^.. 179 I 131 

BoaSr! ^ 75 1 57 

Troy.- I 77: 223 

WmUiingtoti 216 96 

Webster :.,„.. 156 106 

Wesloti— ' 

Otand RitjiidK FrL'c't..! 170, 76 

Weston..... I 187 ' 112 

Totals , 4123 ' 3426 



29 . 




3 


1 




2 




4 


12 1 


1 


14 ' 




1 . 




14 . 




21 1 


3 


6 . 




2 1. 




1 


1 


« 


2 


^ 


1 


5 I 





4 . 




9 . 





446 I 
498 I 



198 I 

266 ; 

lh9 

298 ' 

404 

510 

541 

a38 

887 , 



369 , 
113 I 
I 315 
133 
304 
820 
20 ! 12 ; 294 ; 



271 I 
336 I 
164 
190 
114 

I 
111 
107 i 
188 I 
li»7 i 
186 
330 . 
233 
424 

257 

89 ; 

101 I 

80 I 
83 : 

163 , 



1 



249 
859 



172 
201 



181 
121 
248 
219 



161 
77 
121 
186 
288 
242 
US 
481 

97 

27 
122 

58 
229 

96 



73 
117 



.'16 I 36 7812 4305 3441 179 24 | 7949 



10 ; 




WYANDOT COUNTY. 



Townsliips and 
WarOH. 



Secretary of State— 
l'880. 



i^Ma 



J3 S 

c c 



^ r C:s^ ^ 



Antrim ! 07 66 

Crane i 172 262 

Crawford 28f. 2/0 

Edon 1»8 IW 

Jackson ^*^ l }'7 

Kirbv Precinct <>1 l'.>2 

Marseiiles I 12=> 86 

Mimin ' 117 12.-. 

Nevada Precinct , 200 2:i0 

Pitt ' 1»7 176 

KIcfalaud MO H»2 

Ridge....* •^ , 77 

&ffm .... 78 201 

Sycamnre * 173 74 

Tjmochlee -^ 167 231 

^?rw';;r5r m.i m 

2d " 173 , 2«.>4 

Totals 2316 2920 



I 



133 

375 

: ' hrto 

260 

1 191 

! I 253 ■ 

212 I 

; i -243 • 

' 2 493 

! 310 

; l.To : 

' 281 

5 '.U4 
399 

; 343 

1 469 



Presidcut- 
1880. 






Governor— 
1881. 



2 c&ti 






296 I 
124 

64 , 

67 ! 
121 ; 
120 
270 
144 ' 
1.V2 

60 

81 
194 
175 , 

107 i 
182, 



63 




193 


2 


269 


1 


147 




i;«) 


1. 


210 


1 


88 




134 


' 


231 


2 


185 


1 3 


195 


1 


80 




215 


1 


73 


2 , 4 


239 




2:^6 


.••.:.| 



293 



7 5259 2398 1983 



2 13 



185 
385 
566 
271 
194 
279 
209 
255 
608 
832 
349 
141 
296 
274 
414 

848 
476 



5401 



67 
144 
290 
86 
63 
60 
111 
101 
240 
108 
186 
49 
69 
158 
126 

92 

164 



1968 



66 1 
177 ' 7 
287 57 
115 , 4 

99 ' ! 

165 j 

77 { 7 
109 I 3 
204 13 
168 , 25 • 
164 I 17 



178 4 I 

79 ; 20 I I 



204 



287 I 4 j 
286 ! 17 



2644 |184 I 1 



125 

sat 

206 
16S 
•217 
197 
215 
458 
299 
317 
I2S 
237 
»2 
SSi 

S37 
4T2 



4tOi 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 



PREPARED BY D. F. DbWOLF, STATE COMMISSIONER OF CX)MMON 

SCHOOLS, FOR THE STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE. 

GENERAL SUMMARY. 

Number of youth of school-age in the State in September, 1881 1,051,690 

Number of youth of school-age in the State in September, 1880 1,046,225 

Number of school districts in the State 2,037 

Number of sub-districts in township districts 10,923 

Number of school-houses in township districts 10,945 

Number of school-houses in other districts 1,290 

Number of school-houses erected within the year 432 

Cost of school-houses erected within the year $649,499 

Estimated value of school-houses, including grounds $22,103,982 

Number of teachers necessary to supply schools 16,999 

Number of different teachers actually employed 23,970 

Average number of weeks the schools were in session 31 

Number of pupils enrolled in the schools 744,758 

Average number of pupils in daily attendance 468,141 

Number of school officers 51,911 

Total receipts, including balance on hand September 1, 1880 $11,567,848.95 

Total expenditures $8,133,622.45 



GENERAL TABULAR STATEMENTS AND COMPARISONS. 



Receipts from interest on irreducible school funds, as reported by 

Auditor of State $227,712 40 

From rents and accrued interest on deferred payments due on sale of 

school lands 16,962 62 

The aggregate amount from the latter source in 1880 was 19,488 02 

Balanceon hand September 1, 1880 «... 3,428,028 28 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 407 

From State school tax ( one mill on each dollar of taxable property ) 

in 1881 1,616,621 31 

From same source in 1880 1,668,207 32 

Decrease $42,686 01 

From interest on irreducible funds and rents of school lands in 1881... $244,674 92 

From same source in 1880 246,744 51 

Decrease $1,069 69 

From local taxes in 1881 $6,663,326 68 

1880 6,166,878 47 

Increase : $407,447 11 

Prom sale of bonds in 1881... $403,728 18 

1880 340,804 76 

Increase ; $62,923 38 

Fromfines, licenses, etc., in 1881 ; 5301,976 68 

" " 1880 226,689 41 

Increase $76,386 29 

Totel receipts in 1881 $8,129,326 67 

" 1880 7,626,224 46 

Increase $603,101 21 

Grand total of receipts in 1881, including balance on hand September 

1, 1880 ; $11,557,348 95 

Grand total of receipts in 1880, including balance on hand September 

1, 1879 11,076,646 97 

Increase $481,701 98 

Grand total, less receipts from sale of bonds in 1881 $11,163,620 82 

Grand total, less receipts from sale of bonds in 1880.... 10,734,842 22 

Increase ! $418,778 60 



408 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

XXPRNDITURB8. 

Amount paid teachers in primary schools in 1881 $4,689,386 79 

" " " 1880 4,590,183 46 

Increase $169,153 33 

Amount paid teachers in high schools in 1881 $462,111 55 

" " " " 1880 ~ 442,368 18 

Increase $19,763 37 

Total amount paid teachers in 1881 $6,161,448 34 

" " " 1880 4,972,54164 

Increase $178,906 70 

Amount paid for superintending schools in 1881 .' $164,804 74 

1880 141,68130 

Increase $13,123 44 

Amount paid for sites and buildings in 1831 $843,696 17 

1880 798,736 18 

Increase $44,969 99 

Amount paid for interest on and redemption of bonds in 1881 $579,660 59 

1880 637,486 99 

IncTjase $42,160 60 

Amount paid for fuel and contingent expenses in 1881 $1,404,022 61 

"* « « « 188Q 1,264,003 74 

Increase $150,018 87 

Grand total expenditures in 1881 $8,133,622 45 

1880 7,704,448 86 

Increase $429,173 60 

Grand total expenditures, exclusive of amounts paid for interest on 

and redemption of bonds in 1881 $7,663,971 86 

Grand total expenditures, exclusive of amounts paid for interest on 

and redemption of bonds in 1880 7,166,962 86 

Increase $387,009 00 

Balance on hand September 1, 1881 $3,423,726 50 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 409 



ENUMERATION OF YOUTH. 



Number of white male youth of school age in September, 1881 526,678 

»* " " " 1880 622,636 



Increase ^ 3,142 

Number of white female youth of school age in September, 1881 501,766 

" '[ " " " 1880 500,036 



Increase 1,721 



Whole number of white youth of school age in September, 1881 1,027,434 

" " " " 1880 1,022,571 



Increase 4,868 



Number of colored male youth of school age in September, 1 881 12,309 

1880 11,941 



Increase 



Increase 



Number of colored female youth of school age in September, 1881 11,947 

" " " " " 1880 11,718 



Increase 234 



Whole number of colored youth of school age in September, 1881 

** 1880 23,664 



Whole number of male youth of school age in September, 1881 537,987 

« " " " 1880 634.477 



Increase 3,510 



Whole number of female youth of school age in September, 1881 513,703 

1880 511,748 



Increase 1,956 



Whole number of youth of school age i n September, 1881 1 ,051 ,690 

1880 1,046,226 



Increase 6,466 



410 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF sTATB. 

The whole number of unmarried youth, between sixteen and 
twenty-one years of age, in the state in September 1881, as shown by 
actual enumeration, is 249,437, or 23.72 per cent, of the ejitire enumera- 
tion. The number of youth, therefore, in the state between six and 
sixteen years of age, is 802,253. 

In 1880 the whole number of unmarried youth in the state, between 
sixteen and twenty-one years, was 24.96 per cent.; in 1879, 26.19 per 
cent.; in 1878, 26.19 per cent.; in 1877, 26.27 percent.; in 1876, 25.51 
per cent. ; in 1875, 25.60 per cent. ; in 1874, 24.68 per cent. ; and in 1873, 
23.89 per cent, of the entire enumeration. 

SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND THBIK SUBDIVISIONS. 

Number of township districts in 1881 1^44 

" 1880 1.346 

Number of sub-districts in township districts in 1881 10,923 

" *' 1880 10,87« 

Increase ^ 51 

Number of city, village, and special districts in 1881 693 

** " " 1880 684 

Increase 9 

No. of district divisions included in city, village, and special districts in 1881 791 

1880 7ra 

Increase 38 

SCHOOL- HOUSES ERECTED WITHIN THE YEAR. 

Number of school-houses erected in township districts in 1881 389 

1880 402 

Decrease 18 

Number of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts In 1881.. 43 

1880.. 40 

Increase 3 

Whole number of school-houses erected in 1881 432 

1880 442 

Decrease 10 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 411 

In 1873, in city, village, and special districts, an increase of eight 
school buildings was reported; in 1874, an increase of seven; in 1875, 
an increase of five; in 1876, an increase of fourteen; in 1877, a decrease 
of thirty-eight; in 1878, a decrease of four; in 1879, a decrease of two; 
in 1880, an increase of three; and in 1881, a decrease of ten. 

COST OF SCHOOL-HOUSES ERECTED WITHIN THE YEAR. 

Cost of Bchool-houses erected in township districts in 1881 $396,063 

1880.. 369,498 

Increase $26,665 

Cost of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts in 1881.. $253,436 

" " 1880.. 342,337 

Decrease $88,901 

—I 

Whole cost of school-houses erected in 1881 $649,499 

1880 .711,836 

Decrease $62,336 



The expenditure for building purposes in 1870 was $1,391,597; in 
1871, $1,025,077; in 1872, $893,422 ; in 1873, $1,008,786; in 1874, $1,164,104; 
in 1875, $1,010,786; in 1876, $1,159,350; in 1877, $803,146; in 1878, 
$843,822; in 1879, $580,801; in 1880, $711,835; and in 1881, $649,499. 

NUMBER OP SCHOOL-HOUSES IN THE STATE. 

Number of school-houses in township districts in 1881 10,945 

" 1880 10,888 

Increase 67 

Namber of school-houses in city, village, and special districts in 1881 1,290 

1880 1,265 

Increase 35 

Whole number of school-houses in 1881 12,237 

1880 12,143 



412 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

VALUE OF SCHOOL-HOUSES, INCLUDING GBOUNDe. 

Value of school-houses in township districts in 1881 $8,686,724 

" " 1880... 8,362,073 

Increase $324,651 

Value of school-houses in city, village, and special districts in 1881 $13,517,258 

1880 13,489,645 

Increase $27,613 

Total value of school-houses in 1881 $22,1(^,962 

" " 1890 21,851,718 

Increase $252jB64 

SCHOOL-ROOMS. 

Ifumber of primary school-rooms in township districts in 1881 11,243 

1880 11,288 

Decrease 45 

Number of high school-rooms in township districts in 1881 43 

1880 24 

Decrease 19 

Whole number of school-rooms in township districts in 1881 11,286 

1880... 11,312 

Decrease 26 

Number of primary school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 1881.. 4,563 

1880.. 4392 

Increase 171 

Number of high school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 1881 532 

1880 543 

Decrease 11 

Whole number of school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 1881... 5,095 

1880... 4,935 

Increase 160 



# 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS, 413 

Grand total of school-rooms in State in 1881 16,381 

1880 16,247 

Increase 134 



NUMBER OF SCHOOL OFFICEBS. 

Number of directors in township sub-districts ^ 32,769 

Number of directors, members of township district boards 10,923 

Number of clerks of township district boards 1,344 

Number of treasurers of township district boards 1,344 

Members of city, village, and special district boards (probable) 4,000 

County, city,village, and special district treasurers not members, etc.,(probable) 500 

City and village district examiners (probable) 500 

Comity examiners 264 

State examiners 3 

Probate judges 88 

County auditors 88 

Prosecuting attorneys 88 

Total A^j?^^ 

NUMBER OF TEACHERS NECESSARY TO SUPPLY THE SCHOOLS. 

Number necessary to supply the schools in township districts in 1881 11,541 

1880 11,439 

Increase 102 

Number necessary to supply the schools in city, village, and special districts 

in 1881 5,468 

Number necessary to supply the schools in city, village, and special districts 

in 1880 ; 6,188 

Increase 270 

Total number necessary to supply all the common schools in 1881 ^ 16,999 

1880 16,627 

Increase 372 

NUMBER OF DIFFERENT TEACHERS EMPLOYED. 

Number of teachet« employed in township district primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 9,994; In 1880, 9,949: Increase 45 

Ladies— " 8,293; " 8,244: Increase 49 

t( ___^ ^^^^^ 

' Total— 18,287; " 18,193: Increase 94 



414 ANNUAL RBPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Number of teachers employed in township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 34; In 1880, 28: Increase U 

Ladies— " 8; " 6: Increase 2 



Total— " 42; " 29: Increase 18 



Total number of teachers employed in township distHct schools — 

..., :^ Gentlemen— Injl881, 10,028 ; in 1830, 9,972: Increase 56 

Ladies— " 8,301; • 8,260: Increase 51 



Total— " 18,329; " 18,222: Increase 107 



Number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 946; in 1880, 888: Increase , 67 

Tidies— " 8,964; " 3,905: Increase 59 



Total— " 4,909; " 4,793: Increase 116 



Number ofiteachers employed in city, village, and special district high schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1881, 480; in 1880, 466: Increase 14 

Ladies— " 262; " 203: Increase 49 



Total— . " 732; " 669: Increase 63 



Total number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district echoob— 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 1,426; in 1880, l,a54: Increase 71 

Ladies- " 4,216; ** 4,108: Increase 108 



Total— " 5,641; '• 5,462: Increase 179 

Whole number of teachers employed in primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 10,939; in 1880, 10,837 : Increase 102 

Ladie8-4- . " 12,267; " 12,149: Increase 108 



Total— '* 23,196; '* 22,986: Increase 210 



Whole number of ti^achers employed in high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 514 ; in 1880, 489: Increase 26 

Indies- " 260; " 209: Increase 61 



Total— *' 774; " 698: Increase^ 76 



Total number of teachers employed in the state— 

(ientlemen— In 1881, .11,463; in 1880, 11,326: Increase 127 

. Ladies— " 12,617; " 12,358: Increase 169 

Total— " 23,970; " 23,684: Increase 286 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 415 

PBBliANENT T£ACHEB8. 

Number of teachers permauently employed in township district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 8,102 ; in 1880, 8,097: Increase 6 

Ladies— " 1,697; " 1,506: Increase 91 

Total— " 4,«99; " 4,603: Increase 96 

Number of teachers permanently employed in township district high schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1881, 13; in 1880, 17: Decrease 4 

Ladies— " 3; " 4: Decrease 1 

Total— " 16; " 21 : Decrease 5 

Total number of teachers permanently employed in township district schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1881, 3,116; in 1880, 3,114: Increase 1 

Ladies— " 1,600; " 1,510 r Increase 90 

Total— " 4,716; " 4,624: Increase 91 

Number of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special district 
primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 763; in 1880, 744: Increase 19 

Ladies— " 8,630; " 3,417: Increase 118 

Tetal— " 4,298; " 4,161: Increase 132 

Number of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special district 
high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881,* 896; in 1880, 406: Decrease 10 

Ladies— " 213; " 197: Increase 16 

Total— " 609; " 603: Increase 6 

Total number of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special 
district schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 1,169 ; in 1880, 1,160: Increase 9 

Ladies— " 3,743; " 3,614: Increase 129 

Total— " 4,902; " 4,764: Increase 138 

Whole number of teachers permanently employed in the state- 
Gentlemen— In 1881, 4,274 ; in 1880, 4,264: Increase 10 

Ladies— " 6,343; " 5,124: Increase 219 

Total- " 9,617; '• 9,388: Increase 229 



416 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



I 



SUPERVISION. 



Number employed to superintend township districts in 1881 .19 

*^ ** " " 1880 16 

Decrease 8 

Number employed as superintendents in city^village, and special districts in 1881 219 

« a a u it 1880 267 

Decrease 38 

AVERAGE MONTHLY WAGES OF TEACHERS. 

Average montiily wages of teachers in township district primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, $35 00; in 1880, $34 00: Increase $^^ 00 

Ladies— " 25 00; " 23 00: increase 5^^ 00 

Average monthly wages of teachers in township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, $53 00; in 1880, $57 00: Decrease $^^^ 00 

Ladies— " 36 00; " 29 00: Increase ^^^ 00 

Average monthly wages of teachers in city, village, and. special district pri- 
mary schools — 

, Gentlemen— In 1881, $46 00; in 1880, * 60 00: Decrease « 41^^00 

Ladies— " 34 00; " 42 00: Decrease F==^ 00 

Average monthly wages of teachers in city, village, and special district high 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, $69 00; in 1880, $74 00: Decrease $^^ 00 

Tidies— " 55 00; " 63 00: Decrease &=^ 00 

SCHOOLS TAUGHT FOR A LESS TIME THAN REQUIRED BY LAW. 

Number of Bub-ilistriets in townships in which schools were taught less than 
twenty-four weeks in 1881 1^ 

Number of sub-districts in townships in which schools were taught less than 

twenty-four weeks in 1880 174 

Decrease ^0 

Number of sub-divisions of city, village, and special districts in which schools 
were taught less than twenty-four weeks in 1881 ^ 

Number of sub-divisions of city, village, and special districts in which schools 
were taught less than twenty-four weeks in 1880 ^ 

Decrease B 



EDUCVTIONAL !*TATI8TJC8. 417 

ATBRAOK NUMBER OF WBBK8 THB SCHOOLS WBRB IX SB8BION. 

Average number of weeks the primary schools were in session in township 

districts in 1881..... 29 

Average number of weeks the high schools were in session in township districts 

in 1881 26 

Average number of weeks the primary schools were in session in city, village, 

and special districts in 1881 34 

Average number of weeks ihe high schools were in session in city, vUIage, 

and special districts in 1881 • 34 

Average u umber of weeks the common schools were in session in the state in 

1881 31 

AVBRAOB RAfTB OF LOCAL TAX FOR COMMON SCHOOLS. 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1881 3.5 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in township dis- 
tricte in 1880 3JJ 

Increase ^ 3 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1881 6.1 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in city, vilhige, 
and special districts in 1880 5.7 

Increase .4 

NUMBBR OF PUPILS BNROLLBD IN THE COMMON SCHOOLS. 

Number of pupils enrolled in township district primary schools — 

Boys -In 1881,251,124; in 1880. 254,206: Decrease 3,064 

Girls— " 218,975; " 219,310: Decrease 335 

ToUl- '* 470,099; " 473,518: Decrease 3,419 

Nomber of pupils enrolled in township high schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 843; in 1880, 663: Increase 180 

Girl*- " 734; " 591: Increase 148 

Total— " 1,577; " 1,254: Increase 828 

Total number of pupils enrolled in township district schools- 
Boys— In 1881,251,967; in 1880, 254,871: Decrease 2,904 

Girls- " 219,709; " 219,901 : Decrease 192 

Total— " 471,676; ' 474,772: Decrease 3,096 

27 88. 



418 ANNUAL REPORT 8BCKBTARY OF STATE 

Number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district primary schools- 
Boys— In 1881, 123,369; in 1880, 123,713: Decre^a^e 

Girls— " 121,361; " 119,79H: Increase 

Total— " 244,720; " 243,609: Increase. 

Number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 12,612; in 1880', 12,947: Decrease 

Girls— " 16,850; " 16,910: Decrease 

Total— " 28,362; " 28,857: Decrease 

Total number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 135,871; in 1880, 136,660: Decrease 

Girls— " 137.211; " 136,706: Increase..., 

Total— " 273,082; " 272,366: Increase 

Total^number of pupils enrolled in the common schools of the state — 

Boys— In 1881, 387,838; in 1880, 391,531 : Decrease , 

Girls— " a56,920; " 355,607: Increase 

Total— " 744,758; " 747,138: Decrease 



NUMBER OF PUPIIJi RK-KNROLLED. 

Number of pupils re-enrolled in township district schools- 
Boys— In 1881, 5,124; in 1880, 5,531: Decrease 

Girls— " 5,093; " 5,601 : Decrease 

Total— *' 10,217; " 11.132: Decrease 

Number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district primary school 

Boys— In 1881, 2,340; in 1880, 2,874: Decrease 

Girls— " 2,311; " 2,731: Decrease 

Total— " 4,661; " 5,605: Detrease 

Number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district high schools- 
Boys— In 1881, 539; in 1880, 469: Increase 

Girls— " 499; *' 433: Increa.se 

Total— " 11038; " 902: Increase 

Total number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district schoola— 

Boys— In 1881, 2,879; in 1880, 3,343: Decrease 

Girls— " 2,810; " 3,164: Decrease 

Total— " 5,689; " 6,507 : Deci ease 



EDUCATIONAJ. STATISTICS. 419 

Total number of pupils re-enrolled in the common schools in the state — 

Boys— In 1881, 8.0G3; in 1880, 8,874: Decrease 871 

Girls— " 7,903; " 8,765: Decrease 862 

TotAl— " 15,906; " 17,639: Decrease 1,733 



NUMBER OP PITPILS ENROLLED BETWEEN SIXTEEN' AND TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE. 

r^umber of pupils between 16 and 21 enrolled in township district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 41,373 ; in 1880, 43,905: Decrease 2,232 

Girls— " 25,242; " 26,460: Decrease 1,218 

Total— " 66,615; " 70,065 : Decrease 3,450 

Number of pupils between 16 and 21 enrolled in township district high schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 3<)2; in 1880, 321: Increase 41 

Girls— " ^15; " 218: Decrease 3 

Total— " 577; " 539: Increase 38 

Vumber of pupils between 16 and 21 enrolled in city, village, and special district 
primary schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 4,142; in 1880, 4,465; Decrease 323 

Girls— " 3,506; " 3,835 ; Decrease 329 

Tot4il- ** 7,648; " 8,300; Decrease 652 

dumber of pupils between 16 and 21 enrolled in city, village, and special district 
high schools- 
Boys— In 1881, 5,289; in 1880, 5,809: Decrease 520 

Girls— " 5,609; " 7,080 : Decrease 1,471 

Total— " 10,898; " 12,889: Decrease 1,991 

lotal number of pupils between 16 and 21 enrolled in the common schools of the 
state — 

Boys— In 1881, 51,166; in 1880, 54,200: Decrease 3,034 

Girls— " 34,572; " 37,593: Decrease 3,021 

Total— " 85,738; " 91,793: Decrease 6,055 



AVERAGE MONTHLY ENROLLMENT. 

Average monthly enrollment in township district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1881, 187,624; in 1880, 191,340: Decrease 3,716 

Girls— " 168,916; " 172,808: Decrease 3,892 

Total- " 356,540; " 264,148: Decrease , 7,608 



422 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Per cent, of enrollment in 1881 on enumeration of September 1880 71X^ 

Per cent, of enrollment in 1880 on enumeration of September 1879 ( 



Increase , * 1.^*^ 

Per cent, of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1881 on enumeration between 6 

and 16 in September, 1880 82.^^3 

Per cent, of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1880 on enumeration between 6 

and 16 in September, 1879 86. '^lo 

Decrease y 2-^ ^7 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on average montbly enrollment in town- 
sbip districts 1^ 91 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on average monthly enrollment in dty, 

village, and special districts 8T" _71 

COLORED SCHOOLS. 

Number of teachers in colored schools in township districts in 1881 .' "^H7 

" " " " 1880.. 4\ 

Increase 76 

Number of teachers in colored schools in city, village, and special districtB in 1881. '^^.'dTt 

1880. 



Decrease OS 

Total number of teachers in colored schools in the state in 1881 ^2S4 

" " " " 1880 'S^StJb 

Increase ^^ 

Number of pupils enrolled in colore# schools in township districts in 1881 2,"^-^^ 

« " " " 1880 %;t^^'^ 

Increase ^-1 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special school 

districts in 1881 7,&-*^ 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special school 

districts in 1880 %/T^^ 

Increase '^ '^^ 

Total number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in the state in 1881 lO,^^'^ 

1880 9,1^^1 

Increase iXXi 



EDDCATfONAL STATISTICS. 



421 



Average daily atUmdance of pupils in common schools of the state — 

Boys— In 1881, 240,441 ; in 1880, 244,386 : Decrease 3,946 

Girls— " 227,700; " 231,893: Decrease 4,193 

Total— " 468,141; " 476,279: Decrease 8,138 



BRANCHES OF STUDY TAUGHT, AND NUMBER IN KACH. 



Branches. 



1881. 



1880. 



Branches. 



1881. 1880. 



Alphabet 96,103 , 98,769 

Reading 606,349 , 630,695 

SpeUing 630,329 648,972 

^nmanship 562,205 569,738 

Arithmetic « 528,027 543,102 

Geography ! 278,498 267,618 

EngUsh Grammar 155,102 194,973 

Composition 142,583 142,323 

Drawing 128,740 124,019 

Vocal Mosic : 164,684 151,407 

Map Drawing 65,069 65,131 

Oral Lessons 220,031 213,413 

U. 8. History , 31,116 31.171 

Physiology .........1 6,189 6,790 

Physical Geography ... 20,367 20,388 

Natural Philosophy 6,282 5,177 

German 61,066 40,818 

Algebra 18,937 19,433 

Geometry 4,373 3,951 

Trigonometry , 2,071 1,349 



Surveying ; 220 

Chemistry | 1,716 

Geology ' 824 

Botany 3,887 

Astronomy 1,410 

Book-keeping 1,839 

Natural History ; 706 

Mental Philosophy 413 

Moral Philosophy [ 187 

Rhetoric 1,718 

Logic ' 153 

Latih I 6,821 

Greek I 480 

French ' 347 

General History 2,706 

Literature | 306 

Science of€h)vemment| 280 

Meteorology 8 

Mineralogy i 10 



188 

1,737 

972 

3,205 

1,317 

2,672 

575 

447 

134 

1,818 

176 

7,140 

448 

418 

2,064 



PKRCSNTAORS. 

Per cent of average daily attendance on enrollment in township|districts in 1881. 68.81 

1880. 60.88 



Decrease. 



8.62 



Per cent, of average daily attendance on enrollment in city, village, and special 
districts in 1881 70.71 

Per cent of average daily attendance on enrollment in city, village, andapecial 
districts in 1880 78.06 



Deore»se 



2.36 



Per eent of average daily attendance on enrollment in the state in 1881.. 

" 1880.. 



Decrease 



ebsts 

2.42 



Per cent of avarage daily attendance in 1881 on enumeration of September 1880. 44.75 
Per cent, of average daily attendance in 1880 on enumeration of September 1879. 46.66 



Decrease. 



.90 



/ 

422 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Per cent, of enrollment in 1881 on enumeration of September 1880 71.19 

Per cent, of enrollment in 1880 on enumeration of September 1879 09.92 

Increase , * 1.27 

Per cent, of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1881 on enumeration between 6 
and 16 in September, 1880 82.93 

Per cent, of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1880 on enumeration between 6 
and 16 in September, 1879 86.10 

Decrease y 2.17 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on average monthly enrollment in town- 
ship districts 78.91 

Per cent of average daily attendance on average monthly enrollment in city, 
village, and special districts 87.71 

COLORED SCHOOUK. 

Number of teachers in colored schools in township districts in 1881 .' 117 

1880^ 41 

Increase 76 

Number of teachers in colored schools in city, village, and special districts in 1881. 187 

1880. 206 

Decrease 69 

Total number of teachers in colored schools in the state in 1881 254 

" " 1880 226 

Increase 29 

Number of pupils enrolled in colore# schools in township districts in 1881 2,748 

1880 2,787 

Increase 11 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special school 
districts in 1881 7,648 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special school 
districts in 1880 6,774 

Increase 774 

Total number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in the state in 1881 10,296 

1880 9,611 

Increase 79IW 



EDrCATlONAL STATISTICS. 423 

Arerage duration of colored sehoole in township districte in 1881 29 weeks. 

1880 28 " 

Increase 1 week. 

Average duration of colored schools in city, village, and special districts 
in 1881 '. 32 weeks. 

Average duration of colored schools In city, village, and special districts 
in 1880 .- V 38 " 

Decrease 6 ** 

Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in township districts 
in 1881 2,489 

Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in township districts 
in 1880 2,608 

Decrease 19 

Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1881 5,638 

Number of pupils in primar>' studies in colored schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1880 6,028 

Decrease ^ 386 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in township districts 
in 1881 : 160 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in township districts. 
in 1880 148 

Increase , 2 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1881 868 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1880 1,186 

Decrease 468 



PRIVATE SCHOOI^. 

Number of teachers in private schools in township districts in 1881 47 

1880. 41 

Increase 6 

Number of teachers in private schools in city, village, and special districts in 1881. 160 

1880. 206 

Decrease 46 



434 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Total number of teachers in private schools in the state in 1881 ^20nr 

1880 a^TI 



\ 



Decrease AfO 



Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in township districts in 1881 2,S^&06 

1880 1,»^17 



Increase 1,( 



Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in city, village, and special dis- 
tricts in 1881 28,:^Kd6 

Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in city, village, and special dis- 
tricts in 1880 « 27,fi 



Increase ^^>^2d 



Total number of pupils enrolled in private schools in the state in 1881 30,^^302 

*' " " *• 1880 28i 



■ Increase 1,'3^^12 



Average duration of private schools in township districts in 1881 25 wee . 

" " " " 1880 28 " 



Increase.. 



Avernge duration of private schools in city, village, and special districts 
in; 1881 : 32 week »- 

Average duration of private schools in city, village, and special districts 
in 1880 '. 37 " 



Decrease . 



Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in township districts 
in 1881 1,18^ 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in township districts 
in 1880 1,026 



Increase ^ 1B8 

Number of pupils in primary stuilies in private schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1881 26,496 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1880 26,9i»4 



Increase 601 



EDUCATIONAL STATlbTICS. 426 

;^amber of pupils in academic studies in private schools in township districts 

in 1881 , 241 

:£(amber of pupils in academic studies in private scthools in township districts 

in 1880 148 



Increase 



..>.. 



iVomber of pupils in academic studies in private schools in city, village, and 

special districts in 1881 662 

jX^amber of pupils in academic studies in private schools in city, village, and 

special districts in 1880 824 

Decrease 172 



EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. 

;X^amber of meetings held by county boards 1,236 

" localities in which meetings were held 192 

" applications for certificates made by gentlemen - 19,861 

•* " ladies 17,028 

Total number 36,319 

bomber of certificates granted for 36 months to gentlemen 249 

ladies.., 47 

Total number 296 

Number of certificates granted for 24 months to gentlemen 771 

ladies 315 

Total number ; 1,086 

Nnmber of certificates granted for 18 months to gentlemen 1,773 

ladies.. 977 

Total number 2,749 

tr of certificates granted for 12 months to gentlemen 5,332 

ladies..... 4,352 

Total number. 9,684 



426 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 

Number of certificates granted for H months to gentlemen 1 „ 4^dS6 

ladies 5,118 

• ■ 

Totol number. 10,088 

Total number of certificates granted to gentlemen 1^^049 

ladies lO^fiQj 

Total number of certificAtes grante<l in 1881 2S,^ 

1880 ~24,-48S 

Decrease (SSQ 

Number of applications rejected which were made by gentlemen ^JSt8^ 

" " •* ladies ..^ 6;838 

Total number of applications rejected in 1881 > 12,616 

« " 1880 .13^1 

Decrease 1,085 

Per centum of total applications rejected in 1881 34 

" " " 1880 36 

The smallest per centum in Licking county li 

The largest per centum in Muskingum county 58 



Number of diflferent persons who applied for county certificates — 

Gentlemen—In 1881, 14,401 ; in 1880, 15,365: Decrease t«4 

Ladies— " 12,261; " 12,904: Decrease 648 

Total— " 26,662; " 28,269: Decrease 1,607 

.Number of difierent persons who received county certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 11,293; in 1880, 11,601 : Decrease ^ 

Indies— " 9,155; " 9,282: Decrease l^ 

Total— ♦* 20,448; " 20,883: Decrease _^ 

Number of persons who applied to local boards for certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 306; in 1880, 300: Increase ^ 

Udies— " 2,220; " 2,077: Increase 1^ 

Total— ** 2,526; " 2,37V: Increase l^ 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 427 

Nnmber of persons who failed in examination — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 47; in 1880, 46: Increase 2 

Ladies- « 312; " 288: Increase 24 



Total— *' 359; " 333: Increase 26^ 

Nnmber of localities from which reports were received in 1881 ^ 68 

1880 66 



Increase 



Number of different persons, natives of Ohio, who applied for connty cer- 
tificates — 

Gentiemen— In 1881, 13,381 ; in 1880, 13.872: Decrease 591 

Ladies— " 11,806; " 11,629: Decrease 324 



Total— " 24,586; " 25,601: Deorea»e..... 916 



Number of different colored persons who applied for county certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1881, 200; in 1880, 189: Increase ~ 11 

Ladies— " 126; « 142: Decrease - 17 



Total— " 825; 331: Decrease - 6 



Nnmber of different persons under 20 years of age who applied for county 
certificates— 

GenUemen— In 1881, 3,804; in 1880, 3,193: Increase Ill 

Ladies— " 6,048; " 6,400: Decrease 362 



Total— " 8,352; " 8,593: Decrease 241 

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P^ cent of applicants under 20 years of age for county certificates in 1881 31.32 

1880 30.39 



Increase 93 



Aggregate amount paid county examiners for services rendered in 18Q1... 186,609 00 

" 1880... 26,662 00 

Increase ,> $967 00 



428 ANNUAL BEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

The minimum amount paid, Paulding coontyi was $124 ( 

The maximum amount paid, Cuyahoga county, was ^ 

Aggregate am*t drawn by county examiners for traveling expenses in 1881.. 8/)92 ^i^ 

1880.. 3,185 06 

Decrease $92 X6 

This amount was drawn by 74 counties, since 14 claim no such expenses. 

The minimum sum drawn, Putnam county, was $0 S3 

The maximum sum drawn, Ashtabula county, was 118 €B 



EDDCATIOMAL STATISTICS. 



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STATEMENT 

Showing the payments of the State Gommon School Fand to counties, as ooo 
with receipta, an<i exhibiting ^.'xceBs of payments or receipts for fiscal yea 
ing November 15, 1881 ; also, I he enupaeratioQ of youth between six and t 

one yetira nf fiTr. t"k' - in the cnonth oi +Septemher, 1881, being the basil 
which the State Common School Fund is to be distributed in 1882. 
Prepared b> J. F. Oolxvxb, Auditor of Stale. 



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Ashland 11,295 50 13,031 61 $1,736 11 

A8ht4ibula 15,095 95 15,824 22 , 728 27 

Athens 13,393 65 7,084 93 6,308 72 

Auiflmze 13,718 45 7625 80 6,092 65 

Belmont 23,746 65 21,045 96 2,70C> 69 

Brown 15,950 00 11,157 28 4,792 72 

Butler 21,523 80 3^985 40 11,46160 

Carroll 7.«44 50 8,94170 1,097 20 

Champaiirn 12,789 00 20,646 40 7,867 40 

Clarke 18,314 95 27,570 33 9,255 38 

Clermont 17,170 90 14,215 88 2,955 02 

Clinton ' 11,444 85 14,005 90 2,561 05 

Columbiana 22,485 15 23,257 16 772 01 

Coshocton 12,684 60 13,299 61 615 01 

Cruwluni 14,115 75 15,304 92 1,189 17 

Cuyabotfn 88.24120 90.069 22 1,828 02 

Darke. 19.760 60 18,832 53 928 07 

Defiance 10.919 95 5,776 59 5.143 36 

Delaware 12,2:35 10 16,267 56 4,032 46 

Erie 16.773 60 11,479 44 5,294 16 

Fairfield 15,876 05 18,222 19 2,346 14 

Favette 9.398 IK) 13,664 92 4,266 02 

Fnmklin 37,552 10 51,247 54 13,695.44 

Fulton 9,903 50 5,393 43 4,510 07 

(•alJia 14.237 55' 7,326 30 6,91125 

(leaujra 5.360 65 7,990 19 2,629 54 

(Greene 13,740 20 22,629 42 8,88« 22 

(Jnernsev 13.451 65 / 10,555 89 2,^^95 76 

Hamilton 151.594 HO '208,140 70 56,546 10 1' 

Hancock 13,354 50 12.612 87 741 63 

Hardin 13,785 15 9,(X3l 04 4,754 11 

Harrison 9,806 35 13,233 04 3,426 69 

Henrv 10,875 00 4,483 26 6,391 74 

Hiirhland 14,821 90 14,964 47 142 57 

Hockinj: 10,756 10 5,698 57 5,057 53 

Holmes 10,202 20 i 8,261 41 1,940 79 

H,iron 14,159 25 17,078 26 2,919 01 

wkson 12,612 10 4,770 78 7,841 32 

Jefferson 18,739 80 18.626 73 113 07 1 

Knox 11,855 20 16.388 28 4,533 08 

,"k" '■' 6,8a3 85 10.273 17 3,439 32 

Lawrence 1 9.-564 85 8,2lt) 61 11,354 24 1 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 



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jjTATBJiKST SHOWING THB PAYMENTS OF THB Htate Common School Fuxd. — Continued. 



Counties. 



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Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

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Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

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Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 

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Shelby 

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19,469 15 


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12,536 42 


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8,762 58 


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16,012 64 


11,250 55 


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12,493 20 


5,853 38 


16,283 50 


21,698 52 


19,a54 60 


21,510 53 


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12,966 72 


17,168 00 


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12,327 90 


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19.842 53 


19,756 25 


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10,464 65 


10,491 64 


11,826 20 


6,249 98 


9,026 25 


3,748 28 


12.896 30 


21,193 22 


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19,912 85 


22,938 45 


11,298 40 


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4,427 21 ,. 
4,593 37 |. 



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7,126 09 


2,828 65 


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5,576 22 
5,277 97 


9,566 21 



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290 16 



3,825 33 
2,287 47 



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6,650 47 

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10,830 

23,420 

6,366 

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6,348 

10,969 

8,200 

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9,552 

23,604 

6,461 

5,671 

16,228 

7,367 

6,777 

5,102 

9,649 

9,346 

6.389 

8,053 

7,720 

8,894 

11,125 

13,401 

9,886 

11,815 

12,138 

8,353 

22,116 

13,589 

14,034 

13,561 

7,170 

8,137 

6,367 

8,772 

15,438 

13,743 

7,524 

11,621 

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AS REPORTED BY CLERKS OP COURTS. 



28 ss. 



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436 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Prosecutions fob Crimes against the Person — Continaed. 



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PjtoaicurioNS for Crimes against the Pbrsok — Continued. 





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Aaaault and b«tterj. 


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Pbosecution fob Cbimes aqainst tub Pkbson — Continued. 





Pointing fire-arms at any person. 


Assault and battery. 


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1 



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5 


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1 
1 


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6 


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4 


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1 


3 




5 


9 


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2 
6 








4 


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10 


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2 
2 
5 


18 


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1 


8 


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6 


3 


2 


11 


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1 
4 
3 
4 


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9 

1 

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3 


3 


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3 




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3 


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3 

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7 


Shelby 














1 
1 
2 
3 




6 


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1 
12 


12 

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1 
2 


17 


Trumbull 






1 






1 


24 


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1 




2 


6 


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1 




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17 


Washington 






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4 
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10 


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Williams 














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7 


4 


1 


12 


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233 


74 


644 



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to imprisonment in the penitentiary. 

Soil— Counties not named in above table report no presecutions. 



444 ^ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Prosecutioits for Crimes against the Person— Continued. 





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Blackmail I ngr 


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1 


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1 


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1 


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1 


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3 








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11 


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1 


1 


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1 



Note.— Counties not named in nbove table, do not report any prosecutions. 



Prosecutions for Crimes against the Person— Concluded. 



All other crimes against the person, not 
mentioned heretofore. 



Counties. 



Allen 

Butler 

Clarke 

Clermont... 
Coshocton ., 
Crawford ... 

Darke .^ 

Defiance.... 

Holmes. 

Jackson 

Lawrence ... 
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Pbosecutioxs fob Cbi3iss against the Pebson— Concluded. 



445 





All other crimes against the person, not 
mentioned heretofore. 


Counties. 


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P 

5 


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g 

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4 


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1 














Totals *.... 


12 


14 


10 


17 


6 


59 




1 





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471 



PROSECUTIONS FOR OFFENSES AGAINST THE RIGHT OF SUFFRAGE, 
AND PROSECUTIONS AGAINST ALL OTHER OFFENSES. 



Illegal voting, or obtain- 
ing or permitting the 
same. 



All other offenses not 
heretofore enumer- 
ated 



Counties. 


1 

1 


-4 

1 

< 




i 


1 
1 

1 

1— 1 


1 

B 

1 


1 
1 

1 

1 


1 

< 


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1 

1 

% 

E 


1 

a 
a 


1 

•1 

a 

1 


AfihtAbnla 


1 "" 


1 


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! 


6 


Buter 













2 

9 






.. . R 


10 


Clarke 






I 






! 








2 


rinliiinhifl.nn 









' 








1 


Crawford ^ 




;;:;:;:::::! 


;:;;;: 


::;;:;:::::::::::: 


\ 


1 


Cuyahoga 


1 
1 


1 


1 


1* 


a 1...... 

1 ' .. . 


"i 


d 


Darke 


T""' 


1 


Delaware ** 




1 


1 


1 






Erie 












1 

9 


"1* 


1 


Franklin 








2 


'"4* 


11 


Fulton '. 












% 

3 


7 


Greene 












! 


6 


Hamilton 












:::::: 


3 


Hardin » 






1 
I 






1 
1 










Jackson ,■ 










a" 


...... 








3 


Uke 




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1 .. . 

2 .. . 


2 


tucas ,-i 


1 
1 






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1 
a 




2 


Meigs 


I 


i 1:;:::: 







2 :: ::::::: 


2 


««■ O" 

Morgan *. 






4 




4 


Muskinflfum 




% 




1 


2 






r 






Hckawfy.^.. . 






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1 




2 


Kke.TT:::::;;:::;;;...:;;;;::::.:: 




1 






1 


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Portage 












I 




1 


HichSnd 


1 








1 

% 
1 

1 
1 
1 










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2 









2 


Warren 


1 




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1 


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♦^ayne 






1 
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William^..:.:.:::::::.::.. :::::;; 










1 














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Totals: 


7 


6 


9 1 % 


17 


6 


30 6 12 


71 



Note.— Counties not named in above table report no prosecutions. 



472 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETAUY OF 3TATB 



DIVORCE STATISTICS. 
Tablr Showing the Divorce Statistics of Ohio, Cause of Su 





No. suits brought by 
husband. 


• 
Xi 

•s, 

1 


1 

r ! 
I 

1 


Granted when brought 
by husband. 


Cause 

.£: X 

2 2 

h 1 
11 1 

9 a 


: Adultery 

■f 

X 

1 s 
. a> 

, X 

^ 1 ^^ 

>« i «2 >» 

1 










Counties. 


55 


q2 

ii 
li 


II 

-•5 . 

HI 


'1, 1 


Adams 


•2 

s 

8 

1 

i 

4 



3 

13 
6 
9 
6 
2 
4 

24 
5 
1 
4 
« 
2 
1 

20 
4 
3 
4 

10 
4 

48 
3 
2 
4 
3 
2 
4 

6 

\ 
« 
2 
7 
11 
5 


2 

*1 

9 
4 

1 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 
7 
1 
6 

i 

2 

22 

4 

3 
8 

"3 
1 
11 
4 
2 
2 
9 
1 
140 
I 
6 

' r 

3 
1 

6 

2 
3 
7 

'4* 

4 

2 


4 
17 
12 
3 
t) 
7 
5 

i 

20 

7 
15 

6 

3 

6 
46 

9 

4 
12 

6 

5 

2 
31 

8 

5 

6 
19 

5 
188 

4 

8 

4 

4 

2 

7 1 

1 
10 

2 1 

4 ' 
13 1 

2 1 

15 1 

7 , 


1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
3 
2 

i- 

8 
1* 

1 

3 

10 

3 

1 
1 
3 
2 

9* 

2 
1 
2 
6 
3 
7 ' 

2 

j 

3"l 

2 1 
1 1 
2 


.... 


1 




1 




.... 


2 


1 




Allen 




...... t » . ^... 


Ashland 


.... 


1 

...... 

2 


.... 


"5* 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

'" 
"4 

r 

r 

2 

10 

1 
3 

1 

3" 

1 

6 
2 

1 
1 
7 

15' 
1 

6 ' 


.... 


"2 

4 

2" 

"2" 

1 
2 

2* 

1 


2 
H 

4 
1 

"i" 

2 
2 
2 
4 
5 
7 
4 
1 
1 

19 
2 


r 

2 




1 ^ ' 


Ajihtabula 

Athene 

Aufirlaize . . . 


4 

1 


I 3 

\ ' 


Belmont 

Brown 


1 


1 
I 


1 1 


Butler 






Carroll 


.... 


'2" 
2 

1 
4 
2 

**5* 
2 

■3* 
1 

T 
2 

'2" 
2 i 

••"1 

1 




|„,.„!.„.. 


Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont 


1 
2 




li 


U.A fl 


Clinton 




::::::::::i:"":»-^..^ 


Columbiana ... 








Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 


"3 
4 

2 


% 

I 

6 

a 


1 ! 1 

1 2 


Defiance 




Delaware 

Erie 




1 


7 
2 

14 

s 

1 

4 

2 

165 

I 
2 

1 


2 


2 
1 
4 


{ ' ' 


Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 


4 

1 
1 
1 

r 

a 
5" 


! ' -•. 

f 1 


3 
2 

2" 

H 

4* 

1 
2 


1 ' ' 

■j "T 


Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 




1 


•T-3- 


Hardin 


2 


' 2 


Harrison . 




Henry 




1 

....1 
1 




1 
3* 








2 


1 1 ^ 


Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 




.... 


1 ! 
1 

1 

2 , 
1 ; 
1 1 
8 ' 






4 


1 


1 

1 


Huron 


3 1 

1 

1 

2 ' 
1 ' 
1 

2 

3 1 




2 . 
3 , 

1 




3 
1 
2 
1 




2 
2* 





1 


i 


Jackson .. 






Jefferson 

Knox 




r 


2 
1 


2 

i ' 


TjilfP 


i..««-' 


Lawrence 


.... 


3", 
1 




3 


5 1 
7 ' 
2 




1 
3 


1 


Licking 

Ix)gan 


4 

1 


1 « 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 



478 



DIVORCE STATISTICS. 
:nal Dstbkmi nation of thbm, for Year bnding June 30, 1881. 



Cause: Absence and Neglect. 



^ 
J 
>* 



to 



o 



3 

10 

4 

18 

7 

8 

11 

10 

16 

2 

10 

18 

14 

18 

20 

10 

10 

100 

16 

10 

3 

16 

6 

6 

28 

15 

4 

10 

7 

6 

166 

17 

6 

7 

6 

3 

5 

3 

14 

5 

19 

5 

5 

6 

11 

13 



P 

d 



4 

13 

5 

26 

9 

15 

15 

14 

22 

2 

17 

26 

20 

26 

34 

12 

11 

144 

29 

15 

16 

22 

6 

8 

41 

18 

13 

12 

9 

10 

235 

24 

9 

7 

13 

5 

7 

5 

23 

11 

25 

9 

6 

14 

13 

21 



2 

'^ 9 

-3 CO 



2 



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1% 



u 



9 
O 

a 

V 

|-5 



1 1 

3 10 

1 2 

5 6 

1 4 

7 7 

1 1 7 

1 9 

4 12 

4" 3 "3 

3 8 

2 2 3 

2 4 6 

3 5 9 

2 7 

1 4 

14 10 67 

3 3 11 

4 1 10 

2 5 

6 15 

4 

2 1 

2 2 11 

2 10 

5 4 

8 

2 5 

2 1 4 

13 I 34 

3 11 
1 6 

5 

6 ......... 5 

1 

2 1 

2 1 

6 

3 2 4 
4, 8 

3 1 3 

1 4 

2 1 

1 5 

4 2 7 



-a 



2 

Xi 

a 






&' 



16 
2 



1 
1 i. 

I' 

2 



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c 



o 



1^ 



o <u 









2 
13 
4 
1 
5 
4 
6 



7 
11 
11 

9 
16 

2 

6 
37 
10 



9 



2 
4 
25 
6 
1 
2 
2 
3 
187 
5 
3 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 
8 
2 
13 
1 



10 
6 
6 



13 
1 



o 

5 



4 

1 
1 
7 
3 
2 
1 
1 
6 
5 
3 
7 
4 
1 
21 
3 



1 
1 
4 
19 
6 
3 
5 
4 
1 



1 


1 


2 




8 


i 


1 
2 


i 


6 


...i i 



o 

CD 

> 

O 



6 
3 
3 
6 
4 
1 

19 
3 



4 
4 
4 
2 
8 
4 



4 
19 

5 
'3 

5 



1 
3 
1 
2 
3 
4. 
% 
6 



476 



ANNUAL R£POBT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
DivoBCB Statistics — Continued. 

Cause: Cruelty. 



Counties. 



a • j2 
2 \^ 



00 CO , ^ 

. pi . 
o^ o 



p 
2 



o 



^ 
^ 






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§= 






9 




1 


1 


1 


1 


? 


g-d 


g-s 


s 


0) 


1 'O 


»5 


II 






'& 


11 


1^ 




1^ 


!l 


1* 


•S >> 


« >. 


1 <5 ►. 




fS'^ 




.s* 


<^ 



Adams 

Allen i 

Ashland j 

Ashtabula | 5 

Athens 1 

Auglaize 2 

Belmont i 2 

Brown 2 

Butler ; 2 

Carroll I 

Champaign | 

Clarke i 

Clermont ' 2 

CliBton i 4 

Columbiana 1 

Coshocton ' 

Crawford ' 

Cuyahoga 8 

Darke 6 

Defiance , I 

Delaware 

Erie 1 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 5 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 1 

Greene 

Guernsey 2 

Hamilton 8 

Hancock 1 

Hardin 1 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 1 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 1 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence , 

Licking 

Logan I 

Lorain 



2 2 

4 4 

2 2 - 

' 19 24 -3 

3 4 1 ; , 

I 6 8 1 

7 9 2 ' ' 

I 5 7 i 

i 18 20 1 1 

, 2 2 I 

' 8 8 I , 

! 9 » ! I , 

I 23 26 ' 1 

' 9 13 1 ! 

I 10 11 , 

I 3 3 i ! 

i 13 13 

73 81 1 2 

, 13 18 1 3 

, 5 6 1 

7 7 

21 22 

■ 4 4 

2 2 

17 22 I 2 1 

8 8 ' 

3 3 1 

2 3 

5 5 i , 

'35 1 1 ,.. 

,213 221 2 

2 3 1 

8 9 1 

2 2 ! 

5 5 I 

3 4 1 , 

3 3 : 

2 2 , 

3 3 

3 3 ! 

5 6 1 

4 4 

5 5 I 

2 2 

7 7 ' 

2 2 , 

4 4 2 



10 

1 
5 
1 
5 
9 



3 

3 

13 



8 
26 
7 
1 
3 
10 
2 



10 
1 

7 

1 
3 

1 




1 


2 


3 


8 




2 


8 


2 


1 .. 


. 



2 
3 
6 
11 
6 



1 

10 
1 



1 
209 



3 I 1 2 

4 . : 3 



2 


3 


3 


17 


36 


6 


2 


5 


5 


4 




1 




4 

7 


2 


6 


6 




2 


2 



3 - ■' 3 

1 I 

8 1 -, 1 

5 ' 2 - • 2 

10 i 18 1 f 11 

1 1 1 ; 

1 ; 2i .'■ i 

1 .1 

4 -* 

7 I 

4 1 3 



5 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 

DivoRCB Statistics — Continaed. 



477 









Cause: Drunkenness. 


i U 
Is 

si 

1? 








No. brought by wife. 


Total No. brought. 


Granted when brought 
by husband. 


1 

II 
11 

1^ 


Granted when brought 
by wife. 

Refused when brought 
by wife. 


1 

; 1 
1 

1 


111 


1 

f 

5 


! 1 

C 

B 

\ S 

; i 

3 






i 










3 1 


3 

1 

11 
2 
3 
3 


; -ai ' 








M 


i::::::::: 




1 : 










11 


8 T 
2 


2 


2 


1 




1 


9.\ 






3 


3 

2 




1 








3 


1 


















9 


12 


2 




6 


4 


1 


1 




1 








2 


2 
5 






1 

1 3 2 


1 


1 








5 


2 




2 
















; 1 






1 


8 . 
I 


10 
1 
2 

48 
6 
1 
6 
6 
3 
2 

15 


1 

2* 


1 
2* 


2 2 
1 

20 n 

J 2 
1 


4 


1 


1 


' 1 

I 


2 


2 

13 
3 










40 


5 



11 

2 




11 


6 




2 


1 , 







5 


2 

2 2 
1 2 


3 
2 

1 
1 
8 


i _ 


! 


6 


1 
2 

1 


1 
2 

1 

a 




1 


3 




2 


2 






1 :::..:::: 

6 1 




1 


14 




3 


j. 








1 


1 


! 




1 

























3 


3 






3 




1 






















90 


118 


3 




8 

: 


112 


2 


n 


1 


2 


2 


2 




I 




1 1 

: 


1 




, 
















::::::j::;::::j:;::::::::;;:;;::::::::::::::::::;;;:;:i::^^^^ 























2 


5 

3 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

3 . 

4 

2 






2 




2 


2 




2 


1 








1 






• 3 






^' } 


1 








1 











9,\ 


1 1 1 


1 










1 


. : 1 . . 


1 


1 




1 


{ ) 


, * 1 


1 
2 
2 
1 




2 






1 




■" 1 






3 


1 

1 1 3 

! 1 2 


1 


1 




1 


4 






2 











476 



ANNUAL R£PORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
DivoBOB Statistics — Coiitinued. 



Cause: Cruelty. 



Counties. 



Adams i 2 2 

Allen |. 4 4 

Ashland • 2 2 

Ashtabula | 5 | 19 24 

Athens j 1 

Auglaize I 2 

Belmont ! 2 






a 


gs 


Ui 


2 <^ 


'^^~ 


1 


erein ali 
llowed Vi 




1 




^i^, 


o 


o ^ 


o*o£ 


Z^ 


:^ 


z: 



Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clarke 

Clermont.... 
CliBton . 



3 4 

6 8 

7 9 
5 7 

18 20 

2 2 

8 8 

9 9 
23 25 

9 13 

10 11 



2 
4 

Columbiana I 1 

Coshocton I t 3 3 

13 13 

73 81 

13 18 

6 6 



Crawford 

Cuyahoga i 8 

Darke | 5 

Defiance i 1 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield.. 
Fayette ., 
Franklin 
Fulton ... 

Gallia 

Geauga... 
Greene... 
Guernsey 



7 


7 


21 


22 


4 


4 


2 


2 


17 


22 


8 


8 


3 


3 


2 


3 



2 



1 



Hamilton | 8 

Hancock 1 

Hardin i 1 

Harrison | 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefiferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 



213 |221 
3 
9 



2 I 2 I. 

7 7 ;. 

2 2 ., 

4 ^ 4 1.^ 



10 
1 
5 
I 
5 
9 







3 






3 
13 




1 


1 




4 







7 
1 
3 
10 
2 



10 

1 
7 
1 
3 
1 



1 
3 

"b 

1 
2 
3 
5 
11 
6 
2 
3 



17 36 
2 5 



4 

6 7 
2 

1 1 

2 10 



1 



9 i pC 



1 

1 . 
1 

2 
3' . 

2 . 
1 . 



1 :. 



> 

3 






2 11 



2 

5 

10 

1 
1 



3 
4 
3 
1 
1 
2 
12 



1 1 

1 

1 1 

209 3 



2 !. 



2 
3 
3 

"T 

2 
11 



1 .. 
6 .. 



.! 3 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 

DivoRCB Statistics — Ck>n tinned. 



477 



Cause: Drunkenness. 



it 

d 

!Z5 


Total No. brought. 


II 

11 


! 
II 

1* 


■f 
1 


sail 

1 
1- 


i 1 

1 

i 


ii 

IS 


o2 

Hi 


i 


j 

' 1 

a 
i 


' 












3 


I 3 
1 






a 
i 

8 
2 










1 


1 















, 


11 


11 ! :. 


1 


2 


2 


1 




1 


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478 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
DivoRCB 8TATI8TI0B— Continued. 



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Gaoae: Cruelty. 



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Marion 1 7 8 I 

Medina.. 1 6 

Meigs 1 4 

Mercer l 3 

Miami I 1 7 

Monroe 1 3 

Montgomery i 3 33 36 

Morgan , 4 4 

Morrow i 4 

Muskingum ; 7 

Noble 1 2 

Ottawa |...... 3 

Paulding , 5 

Perry ' 2 

Pickaway i 6 

Pike.. 



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Putnam i 3 3 , 

Richland j 2 9 11 

Ross I 13 4' 

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Scioto 2 1 3 1 

Seneca 1 I 2 i 

Shelbv , 4 4 , 

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Trumbull ; 1 18 19 I 

Tuscarawas 1 

Union 2 3 

Van Wert , 1 2 

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Washington ' 9 

Wayne i 2 8 

Williams 

Wood 1 4 5 

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144 448 111 



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122 



JUDICIAL ^TATI«TIC8. 
Di voBCS SxATtsTKiti— t -ontin ued*. 



479 



Cause: Drunkenness. 



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480 



ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRBTARY OF ttTATB. 
Divorce Statistiob — Continued. 



■ 












Cause: 


Fraud 























- 




.2 


05 


- 




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5 








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6 


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2 




1 
2 


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2 

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> 

3 


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1 




1 










1 






1 


Athens 


* 






Belmont 


1 




1 












1 






Brown 


















Butler : 


1 1 ; 


Champaign 

Clarke 










1 


1 


2 


1 




.... 


1 














Clermont 














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! 


1 


2 


...•«.... 




1 


1 














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1 
4 


I 
9 


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1 
2 














Cuvahoga 




2 




1 




1 


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Fairfield 


1 
3 


...... 


1 

4 














1 
4 










Franklin 





















Fulton 














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Guemsev 






1 ' . .._. ' _ _J : 




1 


1 












1 










Hamilton 


11 


3 


14 


r 






1 




12 




1 




1 


Henry 




1 


1 












1 










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1 






Hocking 




1 


1 








1 


......... 1 




1 




Jefferson 




1 
1 


1 
1 








1 

1 














Knox 














1 








Lickintr .*••.. 

















Loiran 


1 


1 













1 







Lucas 






















Mahoning 

Marion 


1 


2 


3 






1 






2 






































Medina ' 


' 


' ' i 


Mercer ' ' -1 


1 


Miami 


1 


1 


2 






1 


1 














Montffomerv 




' 












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; 1 


Muskingum 








i 1 


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1 





1 


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1 
















Ottawa « 




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/ 






J UDICI AL STATISTICS. 
DivoRCfl Statistics — Continued. 



481 



All other causes. 



J 

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4 


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1 

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88. 



482 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRETARY OF STATE. 
Divorce Statistics— Continued. 









Cause: 


Fraud 


i. 












'6 










3 


a 






1 








a 










^ 


S 






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s 






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pQ 


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1 


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1 

1 

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4^ 

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1 

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1 

g 


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1 
1 
1 

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1 

s 


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1 wife. 


roiii question o 
reu was raised 


d' 


1 




1 

6 


2 

d 


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1 


1 


1 

6 


1^ 


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i 


2 
i 




^ 


55 


H 


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^ 


55 


55 


5 


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Portage 




1 


1 










1 








Preble 






















Richland 


1 


1 2 
1 1 











2 
1 








Ross 
















Scioto 























Seneca 


1 




1 


1 






1 










Summit 


















Trumbull 



























Van Wert 


























Warren 


























Wayne 




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Williams 












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Wood 


2 
31 


23 


54 


1 

7 








1 
















1 


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S 


10 


I 


do 


2 


s 





g- 







Nora.— Counties not named in above Ubie report no prosecutions. 



JUDICIAL BTATISTiqa. 
Divorce Statistics — Continued. 



483 



All other causes. 



s 

I 

i 


1 


t 

1 

1 


> 

1 

d 

H 


g 

ii 


1 

a 

» 
1 

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2 


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1 

1 


1 

1 

4 


3 

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11 

1^ 


P 

i 

II 


i 


a 

a 

6 




3 
1 


3 
X 




1 




1 











1 



























1 

1 

1 

4 

7 

1 
1 












1 

1 
1 
1 








I 

















1 


1 








r. 




























1 
2 

1 










I 
i 


1 


a" 


"^'"b 


2 
3 
I 


1 9 

5 




3 








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1 




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m 


143 


212 


12 


17 


30 


37 


116 


7 17 


3 


9 



484 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Divorce Statistics — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Adams 

AUen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula.... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont.. 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign.. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana.. 
Coshocton.... 
Crawford..... 
Cuyahoga.-.. 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

FMTfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland..,.. 

Hocking- 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jeflferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence.... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 



g 


8 


9 


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O 




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> 


> 


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1^ 


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1'^ 


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1^ 


t -5 '3 




II 


P 00 


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o m . 


o S 


1 ^ 


H 
* 4 


H 


H 


10 


6 


' 28 


23 

H 

40 






! 12 




6 


j 83 


15 


28 


1 29 


15 


6 


8 


1 29 


22 


4 


3 


' 34 


13 


11 


10 


29 


19 


4 


6 


70 


41 


. 3 


26 


6 




3 
8 


3 


> 34 


1*2 


14 


92 


32 


14 


26 


53 


19 


13 


21 


54 


11 


16 


27 


63 


20 


13 


30 


19 


11 


3 


5 


36 


20 


2 


14 


338 


157 


68 


lia 


70 


29 


18 


23 


26 


21 
10 


1 




43 


26 


57 


36 


10 


11 


19 


13 
5 




6 


12 


3 


4 


115 


43 


9 


63 


37 


19 


6 


12 


22 


13 


6 


3 


22 


12 


6 


4 


36 


27 


3 


6 


21 


10 


4 


7 


865 


96 


29 


740 


31 


15 


10 


6 


28 


20 


1 


7 


13 


9 


1 


3 


23 


17 


2 


4 


12 


4 


3 


5 


21 


11 


3 


7 


9 


3 




6 


; 29 


21 


7 


1 


17 


11 


3 


3 


38 


20 




18 


28 


12 


4 


12 


13 
29 


10 
4 


3 
6 




19 


42 


15 


6 


21 


34 


19 


5 


10 


35 


26 


4 


5 


98 


60 


15 


23 


8 


3 


1 


4 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 



485 



Divorce Statistics— Concluded. 



Counties. 



Mahoning.... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

MiamiM 

Monroe , 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum. 

Noble 

Ottawa.. 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

.Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert... 

Vinton «. 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams...... 

Wood 

Wyandot.... 

Totals... 



1 


§ 


§ 


1 t 


p 


o 


o 


Q 


> 


> 


► 


.^ to 


r3 


TS 


TS 


^S 


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NM 




Nm '■M 


0*i 


ll 


O . 


o fl 


II 


II 


1^ 


sg 




1 B^ 


Sfa 


S^a 


2 w) 


2 £ 


2'S 


l'3 


ii 


ii 


11 


C CO 


o S 


o S 


H 


H 
21 


H 




62 


22 


19 


33 


15 


5 


13 


19 
28 
27 


7 
18 
21 


7 
5 

4 


5 


5 


2 


42 

13 

132 


18 

7 
56 


15 


9 


6 


17 


59 


18 


2 


3 


13 


33 
34 


10 
10 


23 
8 




16 


6 


4 


.1 


1 


15 


10 


• 2 


3 


19 

9 

25 


10 

5 

10 


9 
4 

6 






9 


15 


6 


8 


6 


40 


16 


10 


14 


19 


14 


1 


4 


17 


15 


1 


1 


44 


22 





22 


27 


13 


5 


9 


60 


34 


12 


14 


31 


13 


7 


11 


48 


28 


14 


6 


16 


7 


5 


4 


64 


24 


15 


25 


43 


12 


10 


21 


69 


21 


8 


40 


27 


19 


2 


6 


32 


19 


5 


8 


27 


12 


6 


9 


21 


8 


3 


10 


37 


11 


18 


18 


43 


21 


16 


7 


29 


17 


2 


10 


16 


8 


6 


2 


33 


18 


6 


9 


24 
4141 


12 


6 


6 


1673 


• 649 


1819 



486 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CIVIL JUDGMENTS IN OHIO FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1881. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Behnont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clarke ;... 

Clermont .* 

Clinton 

Celumbiana 

Coshocton 

Crawford „ 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin» 

Harrison 

Henrjr 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson .'. 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas « 2,166 





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^ 






§ 


^ . 


§ 


i 




1 


1 


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I 


1. 


s 


9 

1 


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1 


1 


h 


4^ 




1 


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s 


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S3 


JZJ 


^ 




< 


< '^ 


sz; 


103 


16 


27 


$48,986 


- $1,139 


16 


220 


168 


29 


66,313 


301 


46 


155 


123 


32 


66,126 


• 366 


32 


80 


62 


28 


68,046 


861 


16 


47 


44 


17 


46,418 


1,066 


35 


143 


71 


i 72 


27,736 


124 


39 


147 


117 


30 


108,548 


738 


81 


291 


240 


23 


96,706 


364 


28 


340 


262 


88 


229,300 


674 


88 


73 


67 


10 


33,666 


501 


12 


125 


79 


46 


64,011 


612 


219 


166 


186 


31 


225,596 


1.369 


131 


188 


63 


126 


293,712 


1,662 


190 


329 


66 


40 


62,173 


649 


234 


98 


60 


38 


89^74 


914 


104 


124 


92 


32 


38,518 


311 


32 


156 


68 


109 


42,610 


273 


56 


1,237 


688 


324 


1,832,323 


1,811 


226 


579 


176 


37 


66,537 


312 


142 


147 


48 


28 


49,819 


656 


71 


311 


192 


119 


111,680 


369 


201 


75 


32 


18 


76,051 


1,014 


79 


262 


216 


47 


44,628 


218 


57 


119 


106 


14 


76,688 


636 


31 


892 


383 


248 


368,988 


1,057 


261 


144 


43 


101 


36,961 


250 


14 


160 


96 


41 


96,126 


641 


53 


48 


34 


14 


31,678 


660 


12 


352 


264 


88 


90,466 


171 


54 


115 


46 


17 


21,995 


191 


68 


1,915 


618 


206 


1,789,981 


2,172 


824 


469 


173 


190 


134,473 


370 


96 


266 


215 


41 


67,191 


184 


/ 67 


80 


54 


•26 


64,644 


683 


• 14 


176 


102 


73 


77,707 


444 


73 


67 


48 


19 


33,696 


501 


17 


106 


63 


42 


92,000 


910 


46 


82 


33 


30 


32,791 


520 


87 


98 


64 


34 


86,766 


885 


67 


78 


51 


27 


83,774 


433 


9 


160 


95 


65 


81,490 


543 


30 


232 


176 


67 


64,018 


276 


41 


60 


24 


36 


99,831 


1,664 


40 


124 


74 


50 


108,712 


876 


10 


178 


140 


38 


198,470 


1,116 


106 


224 


79 


30 


41,809 


187 


81 


128 


49 


36 


64,682 


643 


43 


2,166 


789 


1,282 


739,411 


357 


94 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 



487 



Civil Judgments in Ohio for the Ysab endino June 30, 1881— Concluded. 




Miulison 

Mahouing 

Marion^ 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer «. 

Mimni 

Monroe 

Montgomery ».. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Maakingum .... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Faolding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike....:. 

Portage 

Preble « 

Patpam 

Richland 

RoaB« 

Sandnsky 

Scioto. ..r 



aclby 

8trt.. 

Snnunit^ 

Tnimbull...... 

Tiucarawa«.. 

Vnkm 

Van Wert.... 

Vfaiton 

Wairen 

W^ashington . 

^fiuams ...,. 

Wood !. 

Wyandot 



I 



Totals , 19,924 



$51,111 , 

197,714 I 
51,424 I 
40,737 1 

114,842 j 
22,486 I 
71,307 
21,587 

281,189 

17,406 

. 45,319 

113,099 
38,087 
66,404 
23,179 
67,329 
52,565 
23,168 
31,795 
46,425 

104,349 
76,254 

104,691 
85,8p6 
68,539 
83,528 
38,139 

134,816 
4,539,970 

109,573 
24,793 
86,917 

190,655 
19,696 

193,453 
56,285 I 
140,048 j 
32,561 1 

108,618 i 
52,681 ; 



$929 

1,533 
472 
558 

1,511 
388 
792 
654 
428 
290 
359 
870 
470 

' 507 
276 

1,103 
531 
468 
521 
774 
682 
307 

1,091 
826 
581 
426 
276 
698 
17,944 
660 j 
459 I 
654 I 
768 
38 
562 
247 

1,008 
362 
402 
368 



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38 
44 
23 
28 
30 
9 
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10 
46 
200 
29 
82 
57 
56 
37 
16 
27 
32 
61 
76 
98 
46 
25 
100 
13 
54 
76 
74 
47 
27 
185 
15 
134 
38 
51 
45 
147 
52 



$15,896,413 ! $74,109 ' 6,741 



^Isclnacd in "nmoiint adjudged due' 
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491 



ATTORNEYS' FEES IN CRIMINAL OASES PAID BY COUNTIES, FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING. JUNE 80, 1881, AS REPORTED BY COUNTY AUDITORS. 



Counties. 



Adams: 

Allen ^ 

Ashland 

Ashtabula.... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler.. 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana . 
Coshocton.... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga .... 

Darke.. 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland...... 

Hocking... ... 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

JeffiBrson 

Knox 

Lake 



No. 



7 
3 
1 

16 
4 

11 
2 
8 
6 
3 
6 
8 
7 
6 

42 
3 
4 
4 
6 

18 
4 

30 
5 
7 
7 

38 
4 

40 
6 

20 
5 
8 
8 
8 
4 

15 

11 

14 
2 
7 



Amount 



$45 

270 
300 
380 
275 

50 
610 
100 
270 
175 
195 
190 
150 
200 
180 
675 
150 
420 

75 
160 
165 
175 
475 
120 
785 
100 
155 
191 
1,072 
130 
965 
155 
500 
130 
460 
275 
195 
155 
580 
395 
170 
163 
270 



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50 
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Counties. 



Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan» 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum .. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton.. ...... 

Warren 

Washington .. 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



Totals- 



No. 



17 

17 

10 

4 



4 
2 
6 
6 

12 
3 

10 
4 
6 
8 
1 
5 
4 
2 

13 

11 
5 
5 
1 
8 

13 
5 

12 
3 
3 
7 
3 



15 
4 
3 
4 
4 

743 



Amount. 



$170 00 
195 00 
270 00 

45 00 
480 00 

25 00 

1,422 87 

550 00 

45 00 

90 00 
395 00 
365 00 

75 00 
535 00 
190 00 
210 00 
370 00 

25 00 
150 00 
152 50 

60 00 
620 00 
380 00 
240 00 
171 00 

50 00 
130 00 
735 00 
•210 00 
395 00 
• 230 00 
85000 
245 00 
36500 
220 00 
200 00 

97 50 
215 00 
230 00 
380 00 
372 50 
210 00 
322 00 
250 00 

$25,590 85 



SOCIAL STATISTICS OF OHIO 



tNCLUDINQ : 



OFFICIAL STATISTICS COMPILED FROM THE TENTH 
CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 



ANi) 



vTISTlCS OF BENEVOLENT AND REFORMATORY 
INSTITUTIONS OF OHIO. 



494 



ANNUAL BBPOBT SECBXTABY OF STATE. 



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AREA OF STATES AND TERUITORIES IN SQUARE WILES. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama .. 
Arisona .. . 
Arkansas .. 
California . 
Colorado .. 



Connecticut 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 
Florida 



Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian territorj'. 



Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky . 
Louisiana . 
Maine 



Maryland 

Massachusetts . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 



Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Ilampshipe. 



New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New Yoik 

North Carolina 
Ohio 



Oreuon 

Pennsylvania.... 
Rhode Island.... 
South Carolina 
Tennessee 



Texas 

Utah 

Vermont . 



o2,25() 
113.020 

158.3«0 
103,925 

4 90 
149.100 

2.050 
. 70 
58,680 

59,475 
84,800 
56,«50 
36,aV) 
04,690 

56.035 
82,080 
40,400 
48,720 
a3,040 

12,210 
8,315 
58,915 
83,365 
46,810 

69,415 
146,080 

76,&i5 

110.700 

9,3J5 



El 

n 

O 



440 



610 



25 



30 



1,800 
150 



1,060 



(1. 



545 

1,850 
125 



V I 



30 i 



205 



7,815 

!22,r)80 I 

49.170 1 3.^) 
52,2.50 3,2H0 

41,060 j... 



96,030 
4.5,215 
1,25') 
30,570 
42,050 

265,780 

84,970 

9,565 



50 



135 
215 



2,510 



120 
115 
300 
250 
140 

500 
200 
10 
180 
200 



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2 ^ 




35 ; 360 

5 ; 1-20 

90() I 1,550 

100 i 3,670 

160 I 300 



920 

30 

20 

5 

100 



1,470 
230 
165 
400 

aoo 



800 180 3,490 
8^) 2,700 ' 2,780 
50 380 ' 430 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Areas op States and Terbitories in Square Miles — Concluded. 



497 



iStatea and TerritoTieB. 



VSi^al 



West VirgiiiiB ***» 

Wuconein^'^ >*....,... 

Wyoming 

tTnorganiKetl territory. 
Delaware buy 



RjiritAti bar and lower New 
YorkbJiy .; 



42,450 

24,780 
56,040 

6,740 



100 



TotjiU,„„ s a.025,GriO 



Eg 

Is 



1,790 
1,380 



13 

* S 
Eg 



620 
660 

135 

420 

85 



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sao 



2325 

2,800 



620 



100 



J 7,200 14,500 



„.,„„,„! 135 

1,170 I 1,5W> 

280 I 815 



23.900 



100 



55,600 



•t 








^ 

^ 



40,125 

66,880 

24,645 

54,4ftO 

97,575 

5,740 



2,970,000 



POPULATION AND AREA OF OHIO BY COUNTIES. 



1880. 



Coanties. 



G 
O 




TheState 3,198,062 40,760 



'^dams 

fUen . ._,__ 

Aahland 23,883 

Afthtabula 37,139 

A^thens 28,411 

^^aize I 25,444 

eeEont 49,638 



5"^>wn 

Batler 

^trroU 

Campaign 



24,005 500 
31,314 : 440 
470 
720 
430 
400 
500 
470 
460 
400 
420 
300 i 



32,911 
42,579 
16.416 
27,817 
41,948 



Counties. 



Clermont 

Clinton ..• 

Columbiana .. 

Coshocton 

Crawford ...>.. 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 






OS 



36,713 


440 


24,756 


400 


48,602 


540 


26,642 


540 


30,683 


400 


96,943 


470 


40,496 


600 


22,515 


420 


27,381 


450 


32,640 


290 


34,284 


470 


20,364 


420 


86,797 


540 


21,053 


400 



32 



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498 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Population akd Abba of Ohio by Oountiibb. — 1880. — Continued. 



Counties. 




Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey .... 
Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

.Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland .... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence .... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning.... 

Marion , 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 



28,124 
14,2.51 
31,349 
27,197 

813,374 
27,784 
27,023 
20,466 
20,585 
30,281 
21,126 
20,776 
31,609 
23,686 
33,018 
27,431 
16,326 

. 39,068 
40,450 
26,267 
36,626 
67,377 
20,129 
42,871 
20.566 
21,463 
32,325 
21.808 
36,158 
26,496 
78,550 



430 

400 

430 

610 

400 

640 

440 

320 

430 

640 

470 

420 

460 

410 

440 

640 [ 

260 

440 

680 

440 \\ 

610 I 

440 ; 

470 

420 

430 

400 I 

400 1 

470 

400 

470 

470 



Counties. 



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Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage.. Jk.... 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull .... 
Tuscarawas... 

Union , 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot , 



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20,074 


400 


19,072 


450 


49,774 


650 


21,138 


400 


19,762 


300 


13,485 


420 


28,218 


410 


27,416 


480 


17,927 


470 


27,600 


490 


24,533 


440 


23,713 


610 


36,306 


490 


40,307 


660 


32,067 


440 


33,611 


640 


36,947 


540 


24,137 


420 


64,031 


580 


43,788 


400 


44,880 


650 


40,198 


620 


22.375 


420 


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MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS IX OHIO, EXISTING ON THE lorn DAY 

NOVEMBER, 1881. 



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1870. 



CITIES* 
I. CLA88-lit Gf^tdi. 

Ciudnnati .» «»..». 

M Grade, 

Clevelaml .,,,* 

Sd Grade, 

Tdetlo .,....„.,.., 

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Columbus . 
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9m,\m I a 16.^39 Hamilton, 

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50.143 



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Bl,584 



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3d Grade. \ 

Akron 16,512 ' 10,000 

Canton 12,258 i 8,G«0 

Chillicothe 10,938 ; 8,920 

Hamilton 12,122 ' 11.081 

Portsmouth 11,321 10,592 

.Sandusky 15,838 j 13,000 

Steubpnvill^^ 12,093 , 8,107 

Vouug?stown 15,435 I 8,075 

Zanesville 18,113 ! 10,011 

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Bellaire 8,025 4.033 

Circleville 6,04« ' 5,407 

Defiance 5,907 ' 2,750 

Delaware 6,894 ; 5,641 

Fremont 8,446 6 455 

(lalion 5,635 | 3,523 

Gallipolis 4,400 3,711 

Ironton 8,857 i 5,686 

Lancaster 6,803 i 4,725 

Lima 7.567 ; 4,500 

•Mansfield 9.859 , 8,029 

Marietta 5,4+1 5,218 

Massillon 6,830 5,185 

Mt. Vernon 5,268 4,876 



Lncne 



Franklin... 

Montgomery.. 



ClnTke. 



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Olevidund. 



Toledo. 



Golumbaa. 
Dayton, 



Springfield . 



Summit Akron. 

Stark »..j Canton. 

Ross j Chillicothe. 

Butler Hamilton. 

Scioto Portsmouth. 

Erie Sandu.sky. 

Jeft'erson Sleubenville. 

Mahoning Youngstown. 

Muskingum Zanesville. 



Belmont 

Pickaway — 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Sandusky 

Crawford 

Gallia 

Lawrence 

Fairfield 

Allen 

Richland 

Washington 

Stark 

Knox 



Bellaire. 

('ircleville. 

Defiance. 

Delaware. 

Fremoiit. 

Galion. 

Gallipolis, 

Ironton. 

Lancaster. 

Lima. 

Mansfield. 

Marietta. 

Massillon. 

Mt. Vernon. 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 

Municipal Corporations in Ohio — Conlinued. 



541 



Name. 



Cities— II. Class. 

4th Grade — Continued. 

5»e\vark 

Norwaik 

Piqua 

Poinerov 

Tiffin ..■;., 

Urbana 

Warre« 

WooHter 

Xenia 

VILLAGES. 
I. Class. 



Alliance 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Bellefontalne 

Bucyrus 

Coshocton 

Delphos 

East Liverpool 

Elyria 

Findlay 

Fostoria 

Greenville.: 

Hillsborough 

Jackson 

Kent 

Kenton ! 

London 

Karion 

Martin's Ferry 

Middleport 

Middletown 

Napoleon 

NelsonviUe 

New Philadelphia. 

Niles 

Oberlin 

Painesville 

Ravenna 

Salem 

Troy 

Upper Sandusky... 

Van Wert 

Washington 

Wellsville^ 



Population. 



1880. 1870. 



9.600 
5,704 
«,03I 
5,fi60 
7,879 
6.232 
4,428 
5,840 
7,026 



4,636 
3,004 
4,445 
3,998 
3,835 
3,044 
3,814 
5,568 
4,777 
4,633 
3,569 
3,535 
3J234 
3,021 
3,309 
3,940 
3,067 
3,899 
3,819 
3,032 
4,538 
3,032 
3,095 
3,070 
3,879 
3,242 
3,841 
3,255 
4,041 
3,803 
3,540 
4,079 
3,798 
3,377 



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4,498 
5,967 
5,824 
5.648 
4,276 
3,457 
5,419 
6,377 



4,063 
2,601 
1,999 
3,182 
3,066 
1,754 
1,667 
2,105 
3,038 
3,815 
1,783 
2.520 
2,818 
2,016 



2,610 
2,066 
2,531 
1,835 
2,236 
3,046 
2,018 
1,080 
3,143 



2,888 
3,728 
2,188 
3,700 
3,005 
2,564 
2,625 
2,117 
2,313 



County. 



Post-office. 



Licking. 
Huron... 
Miami... 
Meigs ... 
Sen etui . 



Newark. 

Norwaik. 

Piqua. 

Pomeroy. 

Tiffin. 



Champaign i Urbana. 



Trumbull. 
Wayne . 
Greene . 



Warren. 
Wooster. 
Xenia. 



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Stark 

Ashland 

Ashtabula.... 

Logan 

Crawford 

Coshocton .... 

Van Wert 

Columbiana.. 

lyorain 

Hancock 

Seneca 

Darke 

Highland 

Jackson 

Portage 

Hardin 

Madison 

Marion 

Belmont 

Meigs 

Butler 

Henry 

Athens 

Tuscarawas .. 
Trumbull .t... 

Lorain 

Lake 

Portage 

Columbiana . 

Miami 

Wyandot 

Van Wert 

Favette........ 

Columbiana.. 



Alliance. 

Ashland. 

Ashtabula. 

Bellefontalne. 

Bucyrus. 

Coshocton. 

Delphos. 

East Liverpool. 

Elyria. 

Findlaj. 

Fostoria. 

Greenville. 

Hillsborough. 

Jackson. 

Kent. 

Kenton. . 

London. . 

Marion. 

Martin's Ferry. 

Middleport. 

Middletown. 

Napoleon. 

NelsonviUe. 

New Philadelphia. 

Niles 

Oberlin. 

Painesville. 

Ravenna. 

Salem. 

Troy. 

Upper Sandusky. 

Van Wert, 

Washington C. H. 

Wellsville. 



542 



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Municipal CoHroaATioNs in Ohio — Contiuued. 



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Aberdeen 

Ada 

AdntnRville 

A del phi,,,,. 

Alexandria 

Anna 

Antwerp 
Arcuiliu „ 
Arcanum 
Archbold 
Ashley ... 
Athens.., 

Attica 

Avondale 
Hftin bridge 
B.dtinaore 
Barncsville 
Batavia *... 
BeallBville 
Beaver Dam 

Bedford 

Bell brook 
Bflle Centre 
BelleviJle 
Beilevue 

Berea , 

Bethel 

Beverly 
Bl an Chester 
Bloom ingburgh 
Bloom vi lie 
Blufiton 

BoKtOD 

Bowling Green 
Bridgeport 
Brooklj^n 
Brookville 

Bryan 

Buckeye City 
Burbank 
Cadiz — 

Cairo 

Caldwell 
Caledonia 
Cambridge 
Camden 
Canal Dover. 
Canal Fulton 
Canal Winchester 
Canfield , 



Browu„, 

Hardin ., 

.Muskingum,. 

Uosft 

Athens,.. 

Licking 

bbelby 

Paulding 

H;inco<;k 

Darke .„ « 

Fulton,,..,.*,,, 

JJeiawiire 

.\lhens.. , 

i^eiieea i, 

Hamilton 

ilms „ 

Fairfield „ 

belmont 

Clermont,,..,. 

Monroe , 

Allen 

Cuyahoga 

Greene 

IjQgaii 

Kichliind ...... 

Huron 

Cuyahoga 

Clermont 

Washington.. 

Clinton 

Fayette 

Seneca 

Allen 

Clermont 

Wood 

Belmonb 

Cuyahoga 

Montgomery , 

Williams 

Knox. 

Wayne ..../.... 

Harrison 

Allen 

Noble 

Marion ,. 

Guernsey 

Preble 

Tuscarawas ... 

Stark 

Franklin 

Mahoning ...., 



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Aberdeen, 

Ada, 

Adtimsville, 

Adelphi. 

Lee, 

Alexnndria. 

Anna. 

Antwer|>, 

Art lid in. 

Arcjinlim, 

Archbold, 

AsliJey. 

Athens. 

Attica, 

Cincinnati, 

Bainliridge. 

Baltimore. 

Harnf sville* ^ 

Bat a via, 

Bmllsnlle. 

BeaviT Dam* 

Bedford, 

Betlhrook. 

Belle Centre. 

Belleville, 

Bel evue. 

Benui. 

Bethel. 

Beverly. 

Blanchestcr. 

Bloomingbuif 

Bloomville. 

Blutfton. 

Owensville. 

Bowling Greei 

Bridgeport 

Brookljjn, 

Brookville. 

Bryan. 



Burbank. 
Cadiz. 
West Cairo. 
Caldwell. . 
Caledonia. 
Cambridge. 
Camden. 
Canal Dover. 
Canal Fulton. 
Canal Winche 
Canfield. 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Municipal Corporations in Ohio — Continued. 



543 



Name. 



Villages — II. Class— 
Continued. 



Cardington 

Carroll 

CarroIlUm 

Cnrtliage 

Casstown 

Catawba ...\ 

Cedan'ille 

Uelina 

Centreburgh........ 

Centreville 

Chagrin Firils 

Cliambersburg.... 

Chardon 

Chesterfield 

Clarington.. 

Clarksville 

Cleves 

Clifton 

Clyde 

Coalton 

College Hill 

Columbiana 

Columbus Grove. 

Congress 

Conneaut 

Conroy 

Coolvillc 

Carev 

Cortland 

Covington.. 

Crestline . 



Cridersville 

Cn^wn City 

Cuniberland 

Cuyahoga Falls . 

Dalton 

Danville 

Darby ville 

Deersville 

De Graff 

Delte 

Dennison 

Desbler 

Dexter City 

Doyiestown 

Dresden 

Duucan^s Falls... 

Dublin 

Dunkirk 

East Palestine ... 

Eaton- 

Edgerton 



Population. 



1880. 



965 

288 

1,136 

2,923 

331 

250 

1,181 

1,346 

400 

274 

1,211 

202 

1,081 

266 

915 

367 

836 

1,046 

2,380 

800 

740 

1,223 

1,392 

301 

1,166 

366 

323 

1,148 

616 

1,458 

2.848 

260 

248 

519 

2,294 

486 

240 

2G2 

382 

965 

859 

1,518 

752 

255 

1,040 

1204 

219 

400 

1,311 

1,047 

2,143 

782 



1870. 



918 
187 
813 



1,016 



885 
282 
728 
389 



870 

578 

309 

1,163 



334 
692 



1,010 

2,279 

167 



319 

1,861 

412 



233 
306 
624 
753 
828 



551 

1,156 

194 



County. 



241 
318 

753 
859 



1,748 



Morrow 

Fairfield 

Carroll , 

Hamilton 

Miiimi 

Clarke 

Greene 

Mercer 

Knox , 

Montgomery 

Cuyahoga 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Morrow 

Monroe 

Clinton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Sandusky ...v.. 

Jackson 

Hamilton 

Columbiana.., 

Putnam 

Wnjnic 

Ashtabula ...., 

Van Wert 

Athens , 

Wyandot 

Trumbull 

Miami.. 

Crawford 

Auglaize 

Gallia 

Guernsey 

Summit... 

Wayne 

Knox 

Pickaway 

Harrison 

Logan 

FuTton« 

Tuscarawas ... 

Henry 

Noble 

Wayne 

Muskingum... 
Muskingum... 

Franklin 

Hardin 

Columbiana ... 

Preble 

Williams 



Post-oflBce. 



Cardington. 

Ciirroll. 

Carroliton. 

Carthage. 

Casstown. 

Catawba. 

Cedarville. 

Celina. 

Centreburgh. 

Centreville. 

Chagrin Falls. 

Eureka. 

Chardon. 

Chesterfield. 

Clarington. 

Clarksville. 

Cleves. 

Cincinnati. 

Clyde. 

Coalton. 

College Hill. 

Columbiana. 

Columbus Grove. 

Congness. 

Conneaut. 

Tully. 

Coolville. 

Carey. 

Cortland. 

Covington. 

Crestline. 

Cridersville. 

Crown City. 

Cumberland. 

Cuyahoga Falls. 

Dalton. 

Danville. 

Darby ville. 

Deersville. 

De Graff. 

Delta. 

Dennison. 

Desbler. 

Dexter City. 

Doyiestown. 

Dresden. 

Duncan's Falls. 

Dublin. 

Dunkirk. 

East Palestine. 

Eaton. 

Edgarton. 



544 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 
Municipal CgiipoftATjoxe in Onio— Continued. 



Population. 



Names. 



VlLLA<iE8 — II. Cl\ss— ' 
Continued. 



E<li8on 

Kldorado 

Klida 

Elmore 

Knon 

Fail-field 

Farmerenlie 

Fayette 

Fayette ville 

Feiirity 

Fletcher 

Flushing 

Forest 

Fort Recovery 

Frankfort 

I'Viinklin 

Frazeysburitjh 

Fr«derioksbtTrglK. 

Fredc ri ck town 

Freeport 

Gahanna 

Gambier 

Garrettsville 

Geneva. .-v 

Genoa.. 

Geor^jetown 

Germantown 

Gettysburgh 

Gifcsonburgh 

Gilboa 

Glendale 

Glenville 

Grand Ripids 

Granville 

Oreen Cam ► 

(Greenfield 

(ireen Springs 

Greenwich 

Grovei>ort 

Il.iniden 

HaiioVLT 

Haniinr 

Harrison 

Ilarrisville 

Hjirtford 

Ilurtwdl 

lla.«^kins 

Harveysburgh 

Hayesviile 

Hebron 

llicksville 

Higizinsport 



188(). 



205 
3^17 

1,044 
3(>2 
380 
7'.»4 
579 
H'K) 

1,047 

jsa 

334 
987 
202 
548 
2,385 
484 
550 

a-)0 

387 
235 
57(5 
9«9 

\fH)S 
930 

1,293 

1,HI8 
292 
589 
287 

1,400 
797 
332 

1,127 
312 

2,104 
720 
(47 

(m 

520 

302 

1,572 

1,«50 

318 

349 

892 

381 

539 

563 

489 

1,212 

762 




County. 



1870. 



Post-office. 



1,131 



3:»7 

955 
306 
20<; 



519 
1,832 
325 
539 
690 



i 



581 

658 
1,0*K) 

5r)8 
l,a-J7 
1,410 

228 

"315 
1,780 



1,109 
'1,71*2 



6i7 

3fil 

3 12 

loll 

1,117 

•-^58 

229 

67 

•2«3 

3.S8 

576 

478 



530 



.Morrow 

Preble 

Allen ; 

Ottawa 

Clarke \ 

Greene 

Montgomery 

Fulton .* 

Brown 

Clermont 

Miami 

Belmont 

Hardin 

Mercer 

UOHS 

Warren v. 

Muskingum 

Wayne 

Knox 

Harrison 

Frankliu 

Knox 

Portage 

Ashtabula 

Ottawa 

Brown 

Montgomery 

Daike ' 

Sandusky 

Putnam. 

Hamilton 

Cnvahoga 

Wood 

Licking 

Marion 

Highland 

S(»neca 

Huron 

Franklin 

Vintun 

Licking 

W;i.shington 

Hamilton 

Harrison 

LicUiiig ,. 

Hamilton 

Wo.xl 

Warren 

Ashland 

Licking 

Defiance 

Brown 



Eldora.lo. 

Elida. 

K I more 

Enoii. 

F;tirlield. 

Farmers ville. 

Fay el U". 

FiiVLtteville. 

Felicity. 

Fletcher. 

Flushing. 

Forest. 

Fort Recovery. 

Fr.inkfurt. 

Franklin. 

Fnzoysbuivh. 

Fiedericksbuqfh. 

Frcdciicklown. 

Freeport 

(rabanna. 

Gambier. 

Garret I sville. 

(lenevju 

Genoa. 

Genrgc town. 

(ierniuntown. 

Gettysliurgh. 

Gil -son burgh. 

Gilboa. 

Glendale. 

Glenville. 

Grand R:ipids. 

Gr.mviile. 

Green Camp. 

Greenfield. 

Green Springs. 

(Greenwich Miit'n. 

(ir.vej>ort. 

Ihimden Junction 

ILuioverton. 

Urrinar. 

I Inrriscm. 

Ilarrisville. 

C rot on. 

ILtrtuvlI. 

Ha.skins. 

Harveysbui-gb. 

HayesVille. 

Hebron. 

HicksWlle. 

Higginsport. 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Municipal Oobforations in Ohio— Continued. 



546 



Name. 



Population, 



ViLLAGBB — II. Class — 
Continued. 



Hilliard 

Home City 

Hopedale 

Hubbard 

Hudson 

Huntereville 

HunUville 

Huron 

Independence 

Jamestown 

Jefft^rsonville 

Jeromesville 

Jerry City 

Johnstown 

Kalida 

Kingston 

Kirby 

Lafayette 

Lame 

Lebanon 

Leesburgh 

Leesburgh 

Leetonia 

Lewisburgh , 

Lewisburgb 

Lexington^ 

Liberty Centre 

Linwood 

IJthopolis 

I>H*kland 

Logan 

Lorain ., 

Lou<lon\nlle 

Louisville ~ 

Lovelaud 

Lowell 

Lucas 

Lynchburgh * .. 

MadiAon 

Madison ville 

Maineville 

Malta 

Malvern 

Manchester «. 

Marseilles 

Marshallville 

Martinsville 

Marysville 

Mason 

Mataraorns 

Maumee City 

McArthur 





337 
* 2,749 



394 
1,299 
1,827 

""sn 



322 
312 
476 
757 

'296" 
513 
2«9 
942 
251 
322 
2«4 

1,441 
387 
4()6 

1,779 
861 



Franklin 

Hamilton 

Harrison 

Trumbull 

Summit 

Miami 

Logan.. 

Erie 

Cuyahoga 

Greene 

Favette 

Ashland , 

Wood , 

Licking 

Putnam , 

R088 

j Wvandot 

j Allen 

Marion 

I Warren 

I Carroll , 

' Highland 

I Columbiana... 
I Champaign ... 
1 Preble , 

Hichland , 

Henry 

i Hamilton 

Fairfield 

Hamilton 

I Hocking 

Ix)rain , 

, Ashland 

I Stark , 

Clermont 

' Washington . 
I Richland 

Highlan<l 

, Lake 

I Hamilton 

vVarren 

I Morgan 

; Carroll 

I Adams 

Wyandot 

Wayne 

Clinton 

I Union 

I Warren 

I Washington , 
1 Lucas 

Vinton 



Post-oflBce. 



Hilliard. 

Delhi. 

Hopedale. 

Hubbard. 

Hudson. 



Huntsville. 

Huron. 

Independence. 

Jamestown. 

Jeffersonville. 

Jeromesville. 

Jerry City. 

Johnstown. 

Kalida. 

Kingston. 

Kirhy. 

Herring. 

I^rue. 

Lebanon. 

Leesville. 

Leesburgh. 

Leetonia. 

North Lewisburgh 

Lewisburgh. 

Lexington. 

Liberty Centre. 

Linwood. 

Lithopolis. 

Ix)ckland. 

Logan. 

Lorain. 

lx)udonville. 

Louisville. 

lx)veland. 

Lowell. 

Lucas. 

Lynchburgh. 

Madison. 

Madisonville. 

Maineville. 

Malta. 

Malvern. 

Manchester. 

Marseilles. 

Marshallville. 

Martinville. 

Marysville. 

Mason. 

New Mfltamoras. * 

South Toledo. 

McArthur. 



35 



88. 



546 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Municipal Corporations in Ohio — Continued. 



Population. 



Name. 



ViLLAGBS— II. Clam— 
Continued. 



McOombs 

McConnelsville .... 
Mechanicsburgh .. . 

Medina 

Mentor 

Miamsburgh 

Middle Point 

Milan 

Milford Centre .... 

Milford 

Millbury 

Millereburgh 

Mineral Kidge 

Minerva 

Minster 

Monroeville 

Montgomeryville . 

Morristown 

Morrow : 

Moscow 

Mt. Airy 

Mt. Blanchard 

Mt. Eaton 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Pleasant 

>It. Sterling 

Mt. Union 

Mt. Washington ... 

Mutual 

Navarre 

Nevada 

Neville 

New Albany 

New Alexandria... 

New Athens 

New Bloom ington 

New Bremen 

New Carlisle 

Newcomerstown.... 

New Concord 

New Holland 

New Knoxville 

New liObanon 

New Lexington 

New Lisbon 

New London 

New Madison 

New Paris.. 



New Petersburgh . 
New Kichniond.... 
New Straitsville ... 
New Vienna 



County. 



1880. 



417 

1,473 

1,522 

1,484 

640 

1,936 

442 

797 

490 

732 

483 

1,814 

1,150 

565 

1,123 

1,221 



1870. 



319 

1,646 

940 

1,159 

416 

1,425 

119 

774 

372 

620 



Post-office. 



1,457 



868 
1,344 



434 

946 

516 

600 

285 

298 

1,216 

693 

482 

327 

393 

189 

867 

1,036 

445 

213 

175 

378 

271 

1,169 

818 

926 

514 

478 

400 

207 

l,a57 

2.028 

1,011 

544 

835 

227 

2,545 

2,782 

797 



423 
708 
443 



296 
1,087 
563 
389 
315 



828 
422 



167 
354 



528 
802 
791 
488 
326 



76 

953 

1,569 

678 

452 




! Hancock , 

Morgan 

Champaign ... 

Medina 

Lake 

Montgomery.. 

Van Wert 

Erie 

Union 

Clermont 

Wood 

i Holmes 

I Trumbull 

; Stark 

Auglaize 

Huron 

Putnam 

Belmont 

I Warren 

I Clermont 

I Hamilton 

I Hancock 

Wayne 

Morrow 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Stark 

Hamilton 

Champaign ... 

i Stark 

I Wyandot 

! Clermont 

i Franklin 

I Jefferson 

Harrison 

Marion 

Auglaize 

Clarke 

Tuscarawas . .. 

Muskingum... 

Pickaway 

Auglaize 

Montgomery.. 

Perry 

Columbiana..., 

Huron 

Darke 

Preble 

Highlan<l 

Clermont 

Perry 

Clinton 



McCombs. 

McConnelBville. 

Mechanic8bai|[h. 

Medina. 

Mentor. 

Miamisburgh. 

Middle Point 

Milan. 

Milford Centre. 

Milford. 

Millbury. 

Miller8bui]^h. 

Mineral Ridge. 

Minerva. 

Minster. 

Monroe yille. 



Morristown. 
Morrow. 
Moscow. 
Mt. Airy. 
Mt. Blanchard. 
Mt. Eaton. 
Mt. Gilead. 
Mt. Pleasant 
Mt Sterling. 
Mt Union. 
Mt. Washington. 
Mutual. 
Navarre. 
Nevada. 
Neville. 
Hope. 

New Alexandria. 
New Athens. 
New Bloomington. 
New Bremen. 
New Carlisle. 
Newcomerstown. 
New Concord. 
New Holland. 
New Knoxville. 
New Lebanon. 
New I^xington. 
New Lisbon. 
New London. 
New Madison. 
New Paris. 
New Petersbureh. 
New Richmond. 
New Straitsville. 
New Vienna. 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Municipal Corporations in Ohio — Continoed. 



647 



Name. 



ViLLAGBs — II. Class — 
Continued. 



North Amherst 

North Baltimore.... 

Oak Harbor 

Oak Hill 

Olmsted Falls^ 

Orange ville 

OrrvUle 

Osborn 

Osnaburgh 

Ostrander 

Ottawa 

Oxford 

Palestine 

Patterson 

Pemberville 

Peninsula 

Perrysburgh 

Perryville 

Piketon 

Pioneer 

Plain City 

Plainfield 

Pleasant Hill 

Plymouth 

Poland 

Polk 

Portace 

Port Jefferson 

Port Washington.. 

Proctorville 

Prospect 

Put-in-Bay , 

Quaker City 

Quincy , 

Racine 

Reading 

Republic 

Reynoldsburgh ... . 

Richmond 

Richwood 

Ridgeway 

Ri|»»ey 

Rising Sun 

Riverside 

Rock Creek 

Rocky Ridge 

Roseville 

Rushsylvania 

Rush ville 

RnssellviUe 

Sabina 

Salesville 




1,542 
701 
987 
646 
404 
277 

1,441 
666 
507 
226 

1,293 

1,744 
800 
386 
644 
488 

1,909 
476 
665 
754 
665 
300 
461 

1,145 
452 
335 
304 
421 
634 
385 
600 
381 
594 
442 
453 

2,680 
715 
375 
491 

1,317 
342 

2,546 
344 

1,268 
658 
700 
531 
445 
227 
478 
767 
266 



260 
746 



1,129 
1,738 



1,836 



638 
338 



324 
703 
453 



410 
425 



320 
560 

1,576 
481 
457 
405 
486 
277 

2.323 




Lorain 

Wood 

Ottawa 

Jackson 

Cuyahoga .. . 

Trumbull 

Wayne 

Greene 

Stark 

Delaware , 

Putnam 

Butler 

Pickaway 

Hardin 

Wood 

Summit 

Wood ,.. 

Ashland 

Pike 

Williams 

Madison 

Coshocton .. .. 

Miami 

Richland 

Mahoning 

Ashland , 

Wood 

Shelby 

Tuscarawas... 

Lawrence 

Marion 

Ottawa. 

Guernsey 

Logan 

Meigs 

Hamilton 

Seneca 

Franklin 

Jefferson 

Union 

Hardin 

Brown 

Wood 

Hamilton. ..., 
Ashtabula... 

Ottawa 

Muskingum. 

Logan 

Fairfield 

Brown 

Clinton 

Guernsey.... 



North Amherst 

North Baltimore. 

Oak Harbor. 

Oak Hill. 

Olmsted. 

Orangeville.* 

Orrville. 

Osborn. 

Osnaburgh. 

Ostrander. 

Ottawa. 

Oxford. 

Palestine. 
I Patterson. 

Pemberville. 
I Peninsula. 
j Perrysburgh. 
' Perryville. 
I Piketon. 
I Pioneer. 
I Plain City. 

Plainfield. 
j Pleasant Hill. 

Plymouth. 
I Poland. 
• Polk.. 

Portage. 
i Pratt. 
I Port Washington. 

Quaker Bottom. 
' Prospect. 
! Put-in-Baj. 

Quaker City. 
I Quincy. 

Racine. 
I Reading. 
I Repubhc. 

Reynoldsburgh. 

Richmond. 
I Richwood. 

Ridgeway. 

Ripley. 
, Rising Sun. 
, Riverside. 
, Rock Creek. 
I Rocky Ridge. 
. Roseville. 

Rushsylvania. 

Rushville. 

Russellville. 

Sabina. 

Salesville. 



548 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 
Municipal Corpobations in Ohio— Continued. 



Name. 



ViLLvOBS— II. Class— 
Continued, 



Siilineville 

Sarabsville... 

Savannah 

Scio 

Senecaville 

Seville..- 

Seville 

Shane*8 Crossing... 

Shawnee 

Shelby 

Sbiloh 

Shreve 

Smithtield 

Somerset 

Somerville 

South Bloomfield. 
South Charleston. 

South Solon 

Sparta 

Spencerville 

Sprinj^borough 

St. Bernard 

St. ('lairsville 

St. Louisville 

St. Mary's 

St. Paris 

Stockport 

Sugar Cirove 

Summerrteld ,. 

Sylvania 

Tarlton 

Tayloraville 

Tippecanoe City... 

Thornville 

Tontogany 

Toronto 

Union City 

Unionville 

Uhricbsvillc 



Population. 



1880. 1870. 



Utica 

Vanvlalia 

Vanhie 

Vennillion 

Versailles 

Wadsworth 

Waldo 

Wapakoneta 

Wasbingtonville . 

Wauscon 

Waverly 

Wayncsbunj 

Wavne.>tield 



2,302 
249 
342 
609 
402 
689 
293 
404 
2,770 
1,871- 

m\ 

908 

669 

1,207 

370 

303 

932 

262 

235 

632 

5.53 

1,022 

1,128 

215 

1,745 

1,099 

335 

2H2 

4:J5 

523 

425 

501 

1,401 

2H9 

34.3 

210 

1,127 

200 

2,790 

702 

315 

3H4 

1,(M>9 

1.1H3 

1,219 

2tH 

2,7H5 

9.58 

1,905 

1,539 

«22 

306 



1,429 
266 
3f)4 




1,807 
297 
479 
615 

1,153 
389 
283 
818 



197 
364 

477 



1,0.^6 
166 

1,370 
548 
289 
254 
470 



407 

544 

1,204 



792 



1,541 

384 
313 



721 



949 

247 
2,150 

232 
1,474 
1,202 

425 



County. 



Columbiana... 

Noble 

Asldand 

Harrison 

(Tuernsey 

Medina 

Wayne 

Mercer 

Perry 

Richland 

Richland 

Wavne 

j .Jetferson. 

I Perry 

Butler 

I Pickaway 

Clarke 

j Madison 

' Morrow 

i Allen. 



Post-office. 



Warren 

Hamilton 

Belmont 

Licking, , 

Auglaize........ 

Cbampaign.... 

Morgan 

Fairfield 

Noble 

Luras 

Pickaway 

Muskingum... 

Miami 

Perry 

Wood 

Jctlerson 

Darke 

Union 

Tuscarawas ... 

Licking 

Montgomery . 

Hancock 

Erie 

Darke 

Medina 

Marion 

Auglaize 

Mahoning .... 

Fulton 

Pike 

Stark 

Auglaize 



...I 



Salineville. 

Sarahs ville. 

Savanah. 

Scio. 

Senecaville. 

Seville. 

Guilford. 

Shane's Crossing. 

Iron Point. 

Shelby. 

Shiloh. 

Shreve. 

Smithtield. 

Somerset. 

Somerville. 

South Bloomfield, 

South Charleston. 

South Solon. 

Sparta. 

Spencerville. 

Springbtirough. 

Carthage. 

St. Clairsville. 

St. Louisville. 

St. Mary's. 

St. Paris. 

Stockport. 

Sugar (irove. 

Summeifield. 

Svlvania. 

Tarlton. 

Philo. 

Tippecanoe City. 

Thornville. 

Tontogany. 



Union City, Ind. 

Unionville Centre. 

Uhrichsville. 

Utic4i- 

Vandalia. 

Vanlue. 

Vermillion. 

Versailles. 

Wmlsworth. 

Waldo. 

Wapiikoneta. 

Wasl^ingtonville. 

Wauseon. 

Wavcrly. 

Waynesburg. 

Waynehfield. 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



549 



Municipal Corporations in Ohio — Continued. 



Name. 



Villages — II. Class- 
Continued. 



Waynesville 

Wellington 

West Alexandria .., 

Westchester 

West Cleveland 

West Elkton 

Westerviile 

West Jefferson 

West Liberty 

West Mansfield 

West Middleburgh.. 

AVest Mill Grove 

West Milton 

West Salem 

Weston 

West Union 

West Unity 

Westwood 

White House 

Wilkesville 

Williainaburgh 

Williamsport 

Willoughby 

Willshire 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Winchester 

Woodsfield 

Woodstock 

Worthington 

Yellow Springs 

Zimesfield 



Population. 



1880. 


1870. 


793 


745 


1,811 


1,281 


796 


455 


281 




1,781 
247 




156 


1,148 


741 


720 


577 1 


715 


741 i 


333 




272 




222 


i 


688 


455 1 


878 


713 


698 





HAMLETS. 

Benton Ridge 

Bloomfield 

Butlerville 

Calais 

CHnton 

Commercial Point. 

Copley 

Dallas 

Donnelsville 

Fairview 

Graysville 

Grove City 

Bar risburgh 

Ithaca 

Jacksonburg 

Limaville 

Little Sandusky 




Warren — 

Lorain 

Preble 

Butler 

Cuyahoga 

Preble 

Franklin . 



Post-office. 



Waynesville. 
Wellington. 
W^est Alexandria. 
West Chester. 
West Cleveland. 
West Elkton. 
Westerviile. 



Madison ; West Jefferson. 



626 
884 
852 
554 
309 
369 
313 

1.001 
'508 

2,745 
550 
502 
861 
383 
459 

1,377 
307 



179 
175 
167 
159 
177 
169 
153 
111 
194 
152 
174 
150 
186 
128 
108 
164 
182 



486 
537 



Logan .. 
Ix)gan .. 
Logan .. 
Wood .. 
! Miami... 
Wayne . 
Wood .. 
Adams . 



West Liberty. 
West Mansfield. 
WestMiddleb'rgh. 
West Mill Grove. 
West Milton. 
West Salem. 
AVeston. 
West Union. 



I Williams • West Unity. 



213 
514 
867 
268 

2,023 
416 
43(J 
753 
300 
356 

1,435 
282 



Hiimilton . 

Lucas 

Vinton 

Noble 

Pickaway... 

Lake 

Van Wert... 

Clinton 

Adams 

Preble 

Monroe ., 

Champaign , 

Franklin 

(ireene 

Ixjgan 



146 
191 
126 



377 
199 
143 
153 
150 
127 
204 



Hancock . 
Jefferpon . 
Warren.... 
Monroe.... 

Huron 

Pickaway . 
Summit ... 
Highland . 

Clarke 

Guernsey. 
Monroe.'.. 
Franklin... 
PVanklin... 

Darke 

Butler 

Stark 

Wyandot . 



Cheviot. 

White House. 

Wilkesville. 

Batesville. 

Williamsport. 

Willoughby. 

Willshire. 

Wilmington. 

AVinchester. 

Gratis. 

Woodsfield. 

Woodstock. 

Worthington. 

Yellow Springs. 

Zanesfield. . 



Benton Ridge. 
Bloomingdale. 
Butlerville. 
Calais. 
Fitch ville. 
Commercial Point. 
Copley. 
Dallas. 
Donnelsville. 
Fairview. 
Graysville. 
Grove City. 
Harrisburgh. 
^thaca. 

Jackson borough . 
Limaville. 
Little Sandusky. 



650 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRBTARY OF STATE. 
Municipal Corporations in Ohio— Concluded. • 



Name. 



Hamlets — Continaed. 



Martinsburgh..... 

Middleburg , 

Milton 

Miltonsburgh..... 
Milton Center ... 

Mt. Oreb 

New Lexington. 

New 8alem 

Oakfield 

Patriot 

Port Williams ... 

Bochester 

Spring Hills 

Van Buren 

Western Star ... 



Population. 

. 

1880. I 1870. 



199 
102 
100 
132 
106 
242 
139 
196 
130 

80 
181 
116 
151 
130 

75 




116 



176 



242 
177 



JL84 
155 
172 



Knox 

Noble «. 

Mahoning ... 

Monroe 

Wood 

Brown 

Highland .... 

Fau-field 

Perry 

Gallia 

Clinton 

Warren , 

Champaign 

157 I Hancock 

Summit 



Martinsburgh. 
Middle Creek. 
Milton. .^;^ 4^ 
Miltonsboiifi^. 
Milton Center. 
Mt. Oreb. 
Highland. 
New Salem. 



Patriot 

Port Williamfi. 



Spring Hills. 
Van Buren. 
Western Star. 



UNINCORPORATED TOWNS IN OHIO. 



The following unincorporated places have been returned separately by the enu- 
merators of the tenth census of the United States. The list is not by any means 
complete, as very many enumerators have failed to separate such bodies of popula- 
tion. The population of these places has, of course, been included in the townships 
in which they are separately situated. The figures can be considered as only approx- 
imate, as the limits of such places are not sharply defined. 



Unincorporated Towns in Ohio. 



Name of place. 



Township. 



County. 



Addison i Jackson. 

Addison , Addison 

Adena 

Ai 

Allensburg 

AUentown 

Allentown 

Alpha 

Alton 

Alvada 



; Champaign . 

Gallia 

Smitiifiel(' i Jefferson .... 

Fulton Fulton 

Dodson I Highland .... 

German i Allen 

Jasper Fayette 

Beaver i Greene 

Prairie Franklin 

Big Spring Seneca 



i-9 



372 
79 
46 

164 
61 
78 
97 

132 
96 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Unincobpobatbd Towns in Ohio — Continued. 



651 



Name of place. 



Amalthea Blendon 

Amanda Lemon 

Amelia Batavia 

Amelia Pierce 

Amesville Ames 

Amity Pike .'.... 

Amsterdam ...'. Springfield 

Amsterdam Bowling Green.. 

Annapolis Liberty 

Annapolis Salem 

Antiquity Letert 

Apple Creek East Union 

Appleton Bennington 

Arabia Mason ;... 

Arlington Madison 

Amheim Franklip'. 

Athalia Rome... 

Atwater Station Atwater , 

Augusta Augusta , 

Aurora Aurora , 

Austinburg Austinburg 

Ava Noble 

• Bachman Clay , 

Bakersville Adams 

Bangs , Liberty 

Baresville Ohio 

Bascom Hopewell 

Batemantown Middlebury 

Bayard West 

Beach City | Sugar Creek .... 

Beamsville i Richland 

Beardstown Bloom 

Beaver , I Beaver 

Beavertown I Van Buren 

Belfast I Jackson 

Belle Point I Concord 



Township. 



Belle Valley . 
Bellevernon. 

Belle vue ..... 



Noble.. 
Tvmpchtee . 

f Lime 

I York 

Goshen 

Smith 

Belpre 

Green 

Salt Creek .. 



Belmont 

Beloit 

Belpre 

Benton 

Benton 

Benton j Texas 

Bentonville i Sprigg 

Berlin I McLean 

Berlin I Berlin 

Berlin j Milton 

Berlin Heights Berlin 

Berne Berne 

Berrysville , Washington . 

Bethany Liberty 

Bettsville | " 

Big Springs 'Rush Creek. 



County. 



Franklin 

Butler 

Clermont 

Clermont 

Athens 

Knox 

Jefferson 

Licking 

Crawford 

Jefferson 

Meigs 

Wayne, 

Licking 

Lawrence 

Hancock 

Brown 

Lawrence 

Portage 

Carroll ;. 

Portage 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Montgomery .. 

Coshocton 

Knox 

Monroe 

Seneca 

Knox 

Columbiana... 

Stark.... 

Darke 

Wood 

Pike 

Montgomery .. 

Highland 

Delaware 

Noble , 

Wyandot , 

Huron 

Sandusky 

Belmont 

Mahoning 

Washington . 

Brown 

Holmes 

Crawford 

Adams 

Shelby 

Holmes 

Jackson 

Erie 

Fairfield 

i Highland 

I Butler 

1 Seneca 

1 Logan 



P-i 



87 
273 
185 
196 
159 
116 
106 

37 
360 
131 
141 
385 

60 

46 
136 

98 
251 
220 
206 
222 
318 

28 
178 
253 

50 
341 
160 

30 
111 
282 
125 
311 

95 
170 

96 

81 

57 
112 

2.169 

319 
162 
901 

20 
140 
173 
289 
388 
274 
216 
424 

47 

47 
130 
515 

51 



652 



ANNUAL REPORT BECRETARY OF STATE. 
Unincorporated Towns in Ohio — Continaed. 



T 



Name of place. 



Township. 



Birmingham 

Bishopville 

Blachleyville 

Bladensburg 

Bladensburg 

31oomdale 

Bloomfield 

Bloomfield 

Bloomfield 

Blooming Grove.. 

Bloomingt^n 

Bloomingville 

Blooiningville 

Bolivar 

Bond Hill 

Bonn 

Boston 

Boston 

Botkins..: 

Bournevillc 

Bowerston 

Bowerville 

Bowhisville 

Bradnt»r.. 

Bradvville 

Branch Hill 

Brandon 

Brandt 

Brecksville 

Bremen 

Bridgeville 

Bridgeville 

Brighton 

Brighton 

Brimfield 

Bristol 

Bristol vi lie 

Brock 

Brookfield 

Brownstown 

Brownsville 

Brownsville 

Brownville 

Brunersburg. ..... 

Buchanan 

Buchtel 

Buckland 

Buena Vista 

Bufonl 

Burgh Hill. 

Burgoon , 

Burlington 

Burton 

Burton 

Byhalia 

Byington 



Florence 

Horner 

Plain 

Ohio 

Clay 

Bloom 

Clark 

Bloomfield 

Highland 

North Bloomfield., 

Wilson 

Benton 

Oxford 

Lnwrrnce 

Mill Creek 

Salem 

Srimerset 

Boston 

Dinsniore 

Twin 

Monroe 

Jefl'erson 

Moorfield 

Montgomery 

Twigg 

Miami..... 

Miller 

Bethel 

Brecksville 

Rush Creek 

Perry 

Wheeling 

Harmony 

Brooklyn 

Brimfield 

Pike 

Bristol 

York 

Brookfield 

Washington 

Bowling Green 

Benton 

New Lynje 

Noble 

Pebble 

York 

Ix>gan , 



County. 



Greene 

, Clay 

Vernon 

Jackson 

German 

Burton 

BRUghman... 
Washington. 
Miflain 



Erie 

Morgan 

Wayne 

Gallia 

Knox 

Wood 

Coshocton ... 
Trumbull — 
Muskingum. 

Morrow 

Clinton 

Hocking 

Erie 

Tuscarawas . 

Hamilton 

Washington.. 

Belmont 

Summit 

Shelby 

Ross 

Harrison , 

Greene 

Clarke .-.., 

Wood. 
Adams 
Clermont . 
Knox. 

Miami 

CuyahoiLra.... 

Fairfield 

Muskingum. 
Guernsey.... 

Clarke 

Cuyahoga.... 

Portage 

Perrv 

Trumbull 

Darke 

Trumbull 

Brown , 

Licking 

Monroe 

Ashtabula ... 

Defiance , 

Pike 

Athens 

.Auglaize 

Fayette 

Highland ..... 

Trumbull 

Sandusky 

Fulton , 

Geauga 

AVayne 

Union , 

Pike 



m 

p-l 



8 

73 

28 

45 

180 

91 

199 

178 

105 

162 

165 

41 

564 

392 

40 

99 

130 

314 



84 

68 
281 

\^ 

71. 

96 
241 
116 
248 

34 

39 

93 
334 
125 

n6 

147 

45 
296 

49 
280 

84 
127 
189 

71 
417 
106 

91 
125 
222 
110 

99 
480 
180 

50 

50 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 

Unincorporatbd Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



553 



Name of place. 



Byron 

Cable 

Cadiz Junction .... 

Calcutta 

California 

California.. , 

California.. , 

California 

Camden 

Cameron 

Camp Dennison ... 

Canaan 

Canaansville 

Canal Lewisvdlle... 

Carey Town 

Carlisle 

Carlisle 

Carlisle Stiition.... 

Caroline 

Carthagena 

Caryville ; 

Cast^^lia 

Castine 

Cecil 

Cedarville 

Centerfield 

Center Point 

Centerville 

Centerville 

Centerville 

Centreton 

Chandlersville 

Charloe 

Chaeetown 

Chatham 

Chattanooga. 

Chauhcey 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Chestei-field 

Cheviot 

Chicago Junction. 

Chickasaw 

Chili 

Chilo 

Clark's Comers 

Clarksfield 

Clay Center 

Claysville 

Clayton ^.. 

Clifton 

Clinton Valley 

Clintonville 

Coal Run 

Cochransviile 

Cold Creek 



Township. 



County. 



Bath 

Wayne 

German 

I Saint Clair... 
I Anderson.... 

' Marion 

i Green 

Fairfield 

' Columbia.... 

Adams 

I Symmes 

Canaan 

, Ripley 

I Tuscarawas . 

Penn 

Stock 

Jackson 

I Franklin 

Venice 

Marion 

Adams 

Mnrgaretta.. 

Butler 

Crane 

Belpre 

Fairfield 

Oynthian .... 

I Raccoon 

1 Harlem 

; Wayne . 

Norwich 

Salt Creek... 

Brown 

Perry 

' Newton 

I Liberty 

Dover 

' Cheshire .... 

' Chester 

I Marion 

Green 



P-I 



N. Haven and Richmond 

Marion 

Crawford 

Franklin 

Monroe.. I 

Clarksfield | 

Clay 

Westland I 

Newbury 

Mill Creek I 

Jefferson j 

Clinton ! 

Waterford.. I 

Jackson ' 

Margaretta..v ! 



Greene 

Champaign .. 

Harrison 

Columbiana . 

Hamilton 

Pike 

Adams 

Madison 

Hamilton 

Monroe 

Hamilton 

Wayne 

Holmes 

Coshocton..., 

Highland 

Noble 

Brown 

Warren 

Seneca... 

Menrer 

I Champaign .. 

I Erie 

j Parke 

Pjiulding 

Washington .. 

Highland 

Shelhy 

Gallia 

Delaware 

Clinton 

Huron 

Muskingum.. 

Paulding , 

Brown 

Licking 

Mercer 

Athens 

Gallia 

Meigs 

Morgan 

Hamilton 

Huron 

Mercer 

Coshocton .... 

Clermont 

Ashtabula 

Huron 

Ottawa 

Guernsey 

Miami 

Hamilton 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Washington .. 

Monroe , 

Erie 



53 
167 
131 

96 
876 
177 

52 
134 

63 
176 
292 
132 
HI 
251 

40 
157 

63 
197 

95 

18 
164 
117 
127 
169 
194 
130 

35 
272 
117 
109 
132 
184 

54 

51 
131 

67 
185 
195 
176 
445 
325 
662 

59 

91 

200 

40 

242 

147 

119 

118 

1,046 

117 

68 

220 

119 

71 



554 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRBTARY OK STATE. 

Uninoorporatkd Towns in Ohio — Continued. 



Name of place. 



CJoldwater 

College Corners 

College Comers 

Collins 

Collinsville 

Colton 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Commercial 

Concord 

Conover 

Corning 

Corothers 

Cortsville 

Corwin 

Cory 

County Ihfirmary.. 

Cozadale 

Crawfordsville 

Cross Roads 

Cuba 

Custer 

Cynthiana 

Dallasburg 

Dalzell 

Damascus 

Damascus 

Danville t 

Danville 

Danville 

Darrtown 

Dawn 

Deaverton 

Decatur 




County. 



Butler Mercer , 

Oxford Butler 

Israel. Preble 

Townsend Huron 

Milford Hutler 

Washington Henry 

Lima Licking 

Northwest v- Williams .. 

Green Adams 

Greene j Clarke 

Brown Miami^ 

Monroe I Perry 

Venice Seneca 

Greene i Clarke 

Wayne | Warren 

Union ; Hancock..., 

Canfield | Mnhoning . 

Hamilton Warren 



Deerfield | Deerfield 

Deerfield , Union 



Crawford Wjrandot 

Chester Chnton 

Washington " 

Milton Wood 

Perry Pike 

Hamilton W«rren 

Libeity Washington... 

Goshen Mahoning 

Butler Columbiana... 

Salem Meigs 

Union | Knox 

Hamer ' Highland 

Milfcrd ' Butler 

Richland Darke 

York I Morgan 

Byrd , Brown 



.| Portage .. 

Warren.... 

Crawford . 
I Hamilton . 

Carroll .... 
, Morrow ... 
I Summit .. 

Noble . 



De Kalb j Vernon 

Delhi Delhi 

Dell Roy | Monroe 

Denmark Canaan 

Dennison I Norton 

Dexter City I Jackson and Jefferson... 

Dialton i Pike , Clarke 

Dingmansburg Clinton ' Shelby 

Dixon |Tnlly ; Van Wert , 

Doanville i York Athens 

Dodgeville ' New Lyme ] Ashtabula.... 

Dodson I Clay Montgomery.. 

Dodsonville ' Dodson Highland 

Dublin I Washington • Franklin 

Duncan's Falls ' Wayne Muskingum.. 

Dundas Clinton j Vinton 



Dundee . 
Dungannon .. 
Dunkinsville 
Dupont 



Wayne Tuscarawas... 

Hanover : Columbiana 

Oliver Adams 

Perry Putnam 



SOCIAL 8TATI8TICS. 



565 



Unincorporated Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



Name of place. 



Eagleport 

Eajfleville 

E^t Alliance 

East Fairfield .... 
East Lewistown . 

East Liberty 

East Liberty 

East Monroe 

Easton 

East Richfield..., 
East Richland... 
East Rin^sgold .... 
East Springfield 
FASt Springfield 

£^t Union 

Eckley 

Eckmansville 

Eden 

Edenton 

Edenville 

Edinbnrg 

Edison 

Edwardsville 

Elba 

Elkton 

Elliottsville 

Ellsworth 

Elmwood 

Essex 

Etna 

Euphemia 

Eurekaville 

Enterprise 

Evansport 

Evertonville 

Ewing 

Ewington 

Excello 

Fairfax 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Fairhaven 

Fairmount 

Fairport 

Fairview 

Fairview 

Falls Gore ^. 

Farmer Center . 

Farmerstown.... 

Farmersville .... 

Farmington 

Farmington 

Fmcastle 

Flat Rock 

Fluodwood 

Florence 



County. 



Mahoning .... 
Columbiana.. 
Mahoning ... 

Summit 

Logan 

Highland 

Wayne 

Summit 

Belmont 

Pickaway 

Clarke 

Jefferson 

Noble , 

Carroll 

Adams 

Delaware ... . 
Clermont.... 

Wyandot 

Portage 

Morrow 

Clarke.. 



Bloom Morgan 

Wood 
Smith 
Fairfield 
Boaver 
Green 
Perrv 

Fairfield 

Chippewa .., 
Richfield .... 
Richland .... 

Walnut 

Springfield.. 

Salem 

Stock 

Wanhington 

Wayne 

Brown 

Wayne ....... 

Eden 

Edinburg 

Gilead 

Springfield 

Aurelius 

Elkrun 

Knox 

Washington 

Mill Creek, 

Jackson 

Etna 

Harrison 

Washington 

Lanier 

Tiffin 

Sprigg 

Washington 
Huntingdon 

I^emon 

Concord 

Jackson 

Fairfield 

Israel 

Goshen 

Piiinesville.. 

Union 

Rumley 

Falls 

Farmer 

Gfn-man 

Huntington , Ross 

Farmington Trumbull 

Colerain Belmont . 

Eagle I Brown.... 

Thompson ' Seneca ... 

York Athenp.... 

Pultney Belmont . 



Washin^n 
Columbiana 

Jefferson 

Jackson 

Hamilton 

Union 

Licking 

Preble 

Jackson 

Preble 

Defiance , 

Adams 

Hocking 

Gallia 

Butler 

Highland...., 



Huron 

Preble 

Belmont... 

Lake 

Highland. 
Harrison .. 
Hocking.. 
Defiance... 
Holmes.... 






35 

96 

884 

185 

96 

88 

164 

131 

156 

111 

86 

178 

148 

185 

210 

33 

98 

150 

250 

50 

127 

152 

129 

75 

92 

118 

152 

136 

71 



86 

54 

292 

22 

63 

85 

107 

48 

39 

477 

281 

196 

296 

89 

353 

445 

120 

45 

10 

142 

78 

118 

277 

159 

120 



556 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Unincx)bpobatkd Towns in Onio — Continued. 



Name of place. 



Township. 



County. 






Florence ville 

Florida 

Footvilie 

Fort Ancient 

Fort Jefferson 

Fort Jennings 

Fort Seneca 

Foster's Crossing 

Fowler City 

Franklin >... 

Fredi^ricksburg.... 
Fredericklo>vn .... 

Fredonia 

Freedom 

Freeport 

Freet-bnrg 

French Creek 

Friendship 

Fryburg 

Fulda 

Fiirmandale 

Gahanna 

Galena 

Galena 

Gallia Furnace .... 

Galloway 

Ganges 

Gann 

Gates Mills 

Gaysport 

Genntown 

(Teor^esville 

Georgetown 

Georgetown 

Gennantown 

Gettysburg 

Gibesonvilie 

Gilford 

Gilmorc 

Ginghamburg 

Glasgow ." 

(ilencoe 

Gnjidenliutten 

Goes Station 

Gomer 

Good Hoi)e 

Gooseville 

Goshen 

Grand View 

Gratiot 

Gratiot 

Great Western 

Green 

Greenbush 

Greenbush 

Greensburg 



Springfield 

Flat Rock 

Trumbull 

Washington 

Neave 

Jennings 

Pleasant 

Hamilton and Deerfield 

Pitt 

Franklin 

Monroe 

St. Clair 

McKean , 

Marion 

Washington 

Lewis 

Avon 

Nile 

Pusheta 

Enoch A , 

Fairfi.ld 

Mifflin 

Brush Creek 

Berkshire 

(Greenfield ' 

Prairie I 

..I Blooming Grove ' 

..' Union I 

.1 Mayfield I 

.1 Blue Rock I 

., Turtle Creek 

,.' Pleasant 

,. Knox 

,.\ Short Creek 

.j Liberty 

.'Jefferson 

,. Laurel 

.| Hanover 

.1 Washington 

..j Monroe 

.\ Salem 

J Richland 

.'Clay 

.1 Xenia 

.1 Sugar Creek 

.| Wayne 

.1 IJrbana 

.' Goshen 

. Grand View 

. Hopewell 



Richland 
Green 



Gratis . 
Green . 



Clarke 

Henry.. 

Ashtabula.... 

Warren 

Darke 

Putnam 

Seneca 

Warren 

Wyandot ..... 

Harrison 

Miami 

Columbiana., 

Licking 

Noble 

Warren 

Brown 

Lorain 

Scioto 

.\uglaize 

Noble 

Butler 

Franklin 

Scioto 

Delaware 

Gallia 

Franklin 

Richland 

Knox 

Cuyahoga ... 
Musiaugum.. 

Warren 

Franklin 

Columbiana.. 

Harrison 

W^ashington 

Preble 

Hocking , 

Columbiana . 
Tuscarawas.., 

Miami 

Tuscarawas..., 
Belmont 



Greene 

Allen 

Fayette 

Champaign .. 
Clermont..... 
Washington 

Licking 

Muskingum.. 

Belmont , 

Mahoning .... 

Brown 

Preble 

Summit 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Unincorporated Towns in Ohio — Continued. 



557 



Name of place. 



Greentown 

Greersville 

Gypsum 

Hageretown 

Hallsville 

Hainersville , 

Hamler 

Hainmondsville . 

Harlem 

Harlem Springs . 

Harmony 

Harrishurg 

Harrisburg 

Harrison 

Harrison ville 

Harrisonville 

HarrthaHville 

Harshmansville . 

Hartford 

Hartville 

Havana 

Haverhill 

Hayesville 

Hr.vtsville 

Hebbard ville 

Helena 

Hendry Hburg 

Hesioria 

Highlaudtown.... 

Hill Grove 

Hiram 

Hiram Ahiirg 

Hockingport 

Holgate 

Holland 

Hollansburg 

}lolinf8ville , 

Homer , 

Home worth 

Himeytown , 

Hopetown 

HoiK'well 

Hopkinsville , 

Horatio 

Hoskinsville 

H 'ucktown , 

HouHton 

Hubbanl 

Hyattville 

Iberia 

Idaho , 

Independence...., 

Imhistry 

Industry 

IrvilJe ... 

Irwin 



Township. 



Lake 

Jefferson 

Portage 

Orange , 

Colerain 

Clarke 

Marion , 

Saline 

Harlem 

Lee 

Harmony 

Nimishillen., 

Randolph 

Hiratn 

Harrison 

Scipio , 

Obver 

Mad River... 

Valley 

Lake 

Norwich 

Gneu 

Vermilion .... 

Jackson 

Alexander.... 

Jackson 

Kirkwood .. . 

Union 

V\'^a8hington 



County. 



Hiram 

Noble 

Troy 

Pleasant 

Springtield 

llarnson 

Prairie 

Burlington 

Knox 

VVdoster 

Snringfield 

Hopewell 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Noble 

Jackson 

I^aramie 

Hubbard 

Liberty 

Washington 

Snnti!?h and Pebble.. 

Richland 

Delhi 

York 

Licking 

Union 



Stark 

Knox , 

Ottawa 

Carroll 

Ross 

Brown 

Henry 

Jefferson 

Delaware 

Carroll 

Clarke 

Stark 

Montgomery . 

Portage 

Scioto 

Meigs 

Adauis 

Montgomery. 

Guernsey 

Stark 

Huron 

Scioto 

Ashland 

Wood 

Athens 

Sandusky 

Belmont 

Brown 

Columbiana... 

Darke 

Portage 

Noble 

Athens 

Henry 

Lucas 

Darke 

Holmes 

Licking 

Columbiana .. 

Wayne 

Ross 

Muskingum... 

Warren 

Darke 

Noble 

Hancock 

Shelby 

Tru.nbull 

Delaware 

Morrow 

Pike 

Defiance 

Hamilton 

Belmont 

Muskingum... 
Union 



Ah 



230 

81 

26 
138 
291 
231 
231 
a55 

70 
18d 

81 
136 
152 

84 
116 
159 

52 
196 
146 
135 
166 

91 
563 
218 

92 
111 
286 
376 

51 
186 
144 

45 
191 
595 

95 
24^ 
344 
290 
233 

47 

27 

95 

67 

68 

41 
112 

99 
1,511 

65 
228 
106 

70 
217 

82 
132 

88 



558 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRBTARY OP STATE. 



Unincorporated Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



Name of place. 



Islesborough 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jasper 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jelloway 

Jerusalem 

Johnson's Corners-.. 

Johnsville 

Junction 

Kansas 

Keene 

Keiferville 

Kelloggville., 

Keonoufiburg 

Kensington >. 

Kilgore 

Killback 

Kingsville 

Kinsman 

Kirbyville 

Kirtland 

Knoxville 

Kossuth 

Kyger 

La Carne 

Lafayette 

Lafayette , 

Lalayette 

Lagonda 

Lake Side 

Laporte 

LaHounlHville 

Latchie 

Latham 

Latimberville 

Lattasburg 

Lattaville 

Liiu(ie'/k 

I^iurel 

Laurelville , 

Laurenceville 

Leavitt8l)urg 

Lebanon 

Lena 

Le lioy 

I^tartville 

Levanna 

I^vel 

LewiHtown 

Lewisville 

Liberty 

Lightville 

Lilly Chapel 

Lindenwold 



Township. 



Washington .. 

Jackson 

Meigs 

Jasper 

Newton 

Plain 

Brown 

Malaga 

Norton 

Perry 

Auglaize 

Liberty 

Keene 

Palmer 

Monroe 

Wayne 

Hanover 

Loudon 

Killbuck 

Kingsville 

Kinsman 

Sterling 

Kirtland 

Washington . 

Salem 

Cheshire 

Krie 

Perry , 

Deer Creek ... 

Butler 

Spring6eld 

Dan bury 

Carlisle 

Lemon 

Lake 

Mifflin 

Scott 

Chester 

Concord 

Marion 

Monroe 

Perry 

German 

Warren 

Bethel 

Brown 

Westfield 

Ix^tart 

Union 

Harlan 

Washington .. 

Summit 

JefTerson 

MissiHsinewa., 
Fairfield 



County. 



Hocking 

Noble 

Adams 

Fayette 

Kke 

Wayne 

Knox 

Monroe 

Summit 

Morrow 

Paulding 

Seneca 

Coshocton .... 

Putnam » 

Ashtabula .... 

Noble 

Columbiana 

Carroll 

Holmes 

Ashtabula .... 

Trumbull 

Brown 

Lake 

Auglaize.. 



Gallia 

Ottawa 

Ashland 

Madison 

Kichland 

Clarke 

Ottawa 

I^irain 

Butler 

Wood 

.Pike 

Marion 

Wayne 

Ross 

Allen 

Clermont 

Hocking 

Clarke 

Trumbull 

Monroe 

Miami 

Medina 

Meigs 

Brown 

Warren 

Logan , 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 

Darke 

Madison 

Butler 






68 

47 

186 

75 

181 

154 

lai 

185 

804 

198 

199 

168 

86 

189 

89 

107 

176 

86S 

495 

857 

86 

806 

198 

119 

199 

60 

148 

184 

79 

474 

67 

96 

66 

91 

70 

66 

126 

6S 

100 

166 

166 

66 

826 

.99 

166 

98 

141 

894 

46 

141 

190 

890 

869 

110 

144 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
UNiNOOBFOBATiBo TowNs IN Ohio — Contiuued. 



669 



Name of place. 



linnviUe 

Linton Mills. 

Lisbon 

Little Sandnsky .... 

Little York 

Lock 

Lockboome 

Lock 17 

Locust Grove 

Locust Ridge 

Lodi 

Loganville 

Londonderry 

Long Bottom 

Long view Asylum.. 

Loveland 

Lowell ville 

Lower Salem 

Loydsville 

Lucasville 

Lamberton 

Lyndon 

Lyons 

McCutchen ville 

McDonaldsville 

Macedon 

Macedonia 

McGonigle's Station 

Macksburg 

McLuney 

Madeira' 

Madison 

Madisonburg 

Magnolia 

Magnolia 

Malaga 

Malottville 

Manchester 

Mantua 

Mantua Station 

Mapleton 

Marathon 

Marengo 

Marion 

Mark Center 

Marlborough 

Marshall 

Marshfield 

Martin 

Martinsville « 

Marysville 

MasBieville 

Masterville 

Maud's 

Max ville 

Maysville„ 



Township. 



County. 



Bowling Green 

Linton 

Harmony 

Pitt 

Eden 

Milford 

Hamilton 

Clay 

Franklin 

Pike« 

Harrisville.. 

Pleasant 

Liberty 

Olive : 

Mill Creek 

Symmes.. 

Poland 

Salem 

Richland 

Valley 

Liberty 

Buckskin 

Royalton ....... 

Tymochtee 

Jackson ..., 

Washington .... 

Northfieid 

Hanover 

Aurelius 

Harrison 

Columbia 

Madison 

Wayne 

Ross 

Sandy 

Malaj^a , 

Harrison 

Franklin , 

Adams , 

Mantua 

Osnaburg 

Jackson , 

Bennington...., 

Aid 

xMark 

Marlborough .. 

Marshall 

Waterloo 

Clay 

Orange 

Marion 

Scioto 

North 

Union 

Peru 

Salt Creek 



Licking 

Coshocton . 

Clarke 

Wyandot .. 



Knox 

Franklin 

Tuscarawas . 

Adams 

Brown 

Medina 

Logan 

Ross 

Meigs 

Hamilton .... 



Mahoning 

Washington 

Belmont 

Scioto 

Clinton , 

Ross 

Fulton 

Wyandot 

Stark 

Mercer 

Summit 

Butler 

Washington 

Perry , 

Hamilton .. 

Butler 

Wayne 

Garroll 

Stark 

Monroe 

Paulding 

Summit 

Guernsey 

Portage 

Stark 

Clermont 

Morrow 

Lawrence 

Defiance 

Stark 

Highland 

Athens 

Ottawa 

Meigs 

Mercer , 

Ross 

Harrison 

Butler 

Huron 

Wayne 






86 
115 

28 
182 

50 

28 
285 

55 
124 

42 
437 
136 
187 
195 
737 
197 
816 
198 
135 
222 

76 
142 
219 
230 

65 

75 
219 

70 
249 

66 
199 
197 

87 

39 
121 
J41 

73 
333 

27 
215 
106 
144 

91 
118 
210 
285 
113 
191 
343 

77 

27 
191 
119 

90 

57 

87 



560 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 
XJnincorporatbd Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



Name of place. 



Mechariicstown . . . 

Medway 

Melbern 

Melmore 

Memphis 

Mercer 

Mesopotamia 

Metamora 

Mexico 

Miami 

Middleborough ... 

Middleton 

Middleton 

Mifflin 

Milford 

Millbrook 

Milledgeville 

Millersport 

Miller's Station... 

Millerstown 

Millerstown 

Millersville 

Millport 

Millville 

Millville 

Millwood 

Milton Contre 

Miltonsburg 

Miltonville 

Mineral City 

MimTJil Point 

Minersvilli* 

^lingo 

Mingo 

Mogadore 

Moga«loro 

Mohawk 

Monon(!US 

Monroe 

Monroe Centre... 

Monroeville 

Montauk 

Montgomery 

MoorelieM 

Mooreland 

Moreysville 

Morning Sun 

Morrisville 

MoS(!o\V 

Moscow 

Moiindsville 

Mount Carinel 

Mount Kphraini.. 

Mount Holly 

Mount Jelferson.. 
Mount Liberty ... 



Township. 



T 




Fox. 
Bethel.. 
Center- 
Eden. 

Wnyne 

Dublin 

Mesopotamia . 

Amboy 

Tymochtee .... 
Whitewater.... 

Plarlan 

Wavne 

Fairfield 

Mifflin 

Miami 

Plain 

Jasper 

Walnut 

German 

Johnson 

Monroe 

Jackson 

Franklin 

Koss 

Scioto 

Union 

Milton 

Malaga 

Madison 

Waterloo 

Sandy 

Sutton 

Wayne 

Steubenville ... 

Sulfielil 

Springfield 

Jefferson 

Oane 

Lemon 

^lonroe 

P>rush Creek ... 

Columbia 

Sycamore 

Moorefiehl 

Franklin 

Rose 

Israel 

Washington .. 

Virginia 

Sugar Creek .. 

Olive 

rnif)n 

Seneca 

W.iyne 

Loramie 

liberty 



Carroll 

Clarke 

Williams 

Seneca 

Clinton 

Mercer 

Trumbull 

Fulton 

Wyandot 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Champeign .. 
Columbiana.. 

Ashland 

Clermont 

Wayne 

Fayette 

Fairfield 

Harrison 

Champaign .. 

Perry 

Sandusky 

Columbiana.. 

Butler 

Delaware 

Knox 

Wood 

Monroe 

Butler 

Athens 

Tuscarawas ., 

Meigs 

Champaign .. 
Jefferson ...... 

Poruige 

Summit 

Coshocton .... 

Wyandot 

Butler 

Ashtabula .... 

Jefferson 

ILimillon 



Harrison .. 

! Wiivne 

C.!rn»ll 

Preble 

Clinton 

Coshocton , 

Wavne 

Noble 

Ch*rmont .. 

Noble 

AVarren 

Shelby 

Knox 






150 

199 

90 

2a9 

16 

124 

239 

168 

115 

275 

45 

t)5 

96 

210 

732 

88 

171 

180 

22 

138 

84 

52 

92 

250 

100 

178 

106 

132 

165 

100 

f>42 

1,316 

178 

371 

809 

11*9 

86 

50 

365 

48 

65 

80 

298 

203 

51 

44 

171 

61 

85 

27 

22 

180 

167 

161 

73 

179 



SOCfAL STATISTICS. 561 

Unincorporated Towns in Ohio — Continued. 



Name of place. i Township. County. I '5 p g 

I I 0-1 

Mount Olivet AVarren i Belmont j 70 

Mount Perry j Madison.. ' Perry 108 

Mount Pisgah * Ohio i Clermont I 86 

Mount Pleasant I Springfield ! Hamilton 871 

Mount Pleasant Washington Hocking I 76 

Mount Sterling , Hopewell ! Muskingum 224 

Mount Victory , Hale i Hardin i 574 

Mountville i Homer ; Morgan 1 26 

Mowrytown I White Oak ' Highland I 120 

Moxahala Pleasant.. Perry I 375 

Murdock i Hamilton I Warren 31 

Napoleon ! Richland j Holmes I 137 

Nashport I I^icking 1 Muskingum 141 

Nashville Washington , Holmes 1 217 

National Military Home .. Jefferson Montgomery 3,454 

Neapolis Providence ' Lucas . 100 

NefTs Siding , Pultney Belmont 64 

Neptune ' Center ! Mercer ' 132 

New Alexander West I Columbiana 80 

New Antioch Green Clinton 180 

New Baltimore ' Marlborough ' Stark 164 

New Bedford ' Crawford ! Coshocton 134 

Newberg Brown i Paulding 24 

New Berlin Plain I Stark 297 

New Birmingham ' Monroe Guernsey t 211 

New Boston t Paint I Highland 86 

New Burlington Chester ! Clinton I 256 

New Burlington « ; Spring Valley i Greene ! 54 

New Cadiz Starr I Hocking 1 63 

New California Jerome l Union..... 152 

New Carlisle Walnut Creek Holmes 114 

New Castle Hamilton I Lawrence 250 

New Castle Green Monroe 56 

New Chambersburg West 1 Columbiana i 78 

New Cumberland ' Warren i Tuscarawas ; 163 

New Dover ' Dover I Union | 112 

New Franklin Paris Stark 170 

New Garden i Hanover I Columbiana 152 

NewHamphire Goshen ; Auglaize \ 112 

New Harmony Pike I Brown i 43 

New Harrisburg Harrison j Canoll j 100 

New Harrison Adams i Darke 70 



New Haven Crosby 

New Haven New Haven. 

New Hope Scott 

New Hope ' Jackson 

New Jefferson German 

New Lexington Fairfield 

New Lexington Twin 

New Lima Rutland 

New London Morgan. 



Hamilton , 190 

Huron.. 1 183 

Brown 138 

Preble | 152 

Harrison | 262 

Highland 139 

Preble | 132 

Meigs 23 

Butler I 281 



New Market New Market Highland I 145 

New Martinsburg Perry 

New Middleton Springfield 

New Mount Pleasant \ Swan 

Newport ; Meigs 

36 s.«. 



Fayette i 158 

Mahoning | 190 

Vinton , 44 

Adams 1 50 



5(>L> 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OK 8TATK. 
Unincori»okated Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



Name of place. 



Newport 

Newport 

Newport 

New Portaj^e 

New Readiuij 

New Uumley 

New Sprinj^tield 

Newton ! 

Newtonsville 

Newtown 

New Trenton 

New Waterford 

New Winchester 

Nicholsville , 

Nineveh 

North Ronton 

North Centre 

Northliehl Center 

North (ir*^enfield 

North Hampton 

North Industry 

North Jackson 

North Liberty 

North Liberty 

North Lima... 

North Robinson 

North Star 

North Toledo i 

North Uniontown 

North Washington 

North Woodbury 

Norton 

Norwich 

Oaktield 

Oakland 

Oakley ' 

Oakwood • 

Oceola 

Ogden 

Okeana 

Olive 

Orange 

Orange 

Orangeburg 

Orangeville 

Orwell 

Otterville 

Ottokee 

Ozark 

Pagetown 

Pageville 

Paintersville , 

Palestine 

Palestine 

Palmyra 

Pancoastburg 



Township. 



Paint 

Cvnthian i 

Mill 

Norton • 

Reading 

Rumley 

Springfield i 

Liberty 

Wayne > 

Anderson ■ 

Mount Pleasant ! 

Unity , 

Whetstone i 

Monroe ! 

Pierce 

Smith 

Monroe 

Northlield 

i'^^rry j 

Pike I 

Canton '• 

Jackson j 

Pike j 

Wayne 

BeaVer | 

Whetstone 

Wabash , 

Washington 

Jackson ] 

Washington 

l*erry i 

Troy 1 

I'nion 

Pleasant 

Chester ' 

Cohimbia 

Rrown j 

Tod 

Adams ; 

^lorgan ' 

OHve ! 

Orange 

Oxford j 

Jefferson 

Hartford 

Orwell , 

Monterey 

Dover 

Sunsbury , 

l>enninglon 

Scipio , 

Cfesar Creek ' 

Pierce 

Greene | 

Berlin 

Madison I 



County. 


Ifi 


Madison 


175 


Shelby 


248 


z, *^ ".^ 

Tuscarawas 


159 


Summit 

Perry 


76 
118 


Harrison 

Mahoning 

Union 


178 
284 
I7b 


Clermont 

Hamiltou 

Jefferson 

Columbiana 

Crawford 

Clermont 


1^ 
424 
102 
192 
8» 
65 


tt 


67 


Mahoning 


181 


Ashtabula 

Summit 


48 
119 


Logan 


39 


Clarke 


173 


Stark 


122 


Mahoning ...„ 

Knox 


200 
133 


Adams 


259 


Mahoning 

Crawford 


255 
182 


Darke 


14 


Lu(uis .• 


25() 


Highland 


17 


Hardin 


134 


Morrow 

Delaware 


123 
134 


Muskingum 


165 


Perry 


\2f) 


Clinton 


58 


Hamilton 

Paulding 

Crawford 

Clinton 


200 

23 

279 

47 


Butler 


194 


Noble 


81 


Ashland 

Coshocton 

Preble 


193 
64 
13 


Trumbull 

Ashtabula 

Putnam 

Fulton 


277 
885 
187 
159 


Monroe 


57 


Morrow 

Meigs 


60 
145 


(rreeno 


96 


Clermont 


180 


Shelby 

Knox 1 


98 
55 


Favette 


175 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Unincorporated Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



563 



Name of place. 



Township. 



County. 






Paris 

Parkman 

Park Place 

Pataskala 

Pemberton 

Pendleton 

Perry 

Perrysburg 

Perry ville 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 

Pettisville 

Pharisburg 

Phillipsburg 

Pi>?eon Run 

Pike 

Pikeville 

Pisgah 

Pittsburg 

Plain City 

Plainville 

Plattsburg 

Pl&ttsville^ .... 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasanton 

Pleasant Plain 

Plymouth i 

Plymouth 

Point Isabel- 

Point Pleasant 

Point Pleasant 

Porter 

Portersville 

Portland 

Powell 

Powellsville 

Powhatan Point 

Preston 

Pricetown.. 

Pulaski 

Pulaskiville 

Quincy 

Rainsboroogh 

Randolph » 

Rawson 

Raysville 

Reel Lion 

Reedsburg 

Reedville» 

Rees ville 

Rehoboth.. 

Reinersville 

Rendville.. 

Rialto 



Paris 

Parkman 

Springfield 

Lima 

Perry 

Riley 

Perry 

Jackson 

Perry 

Springfield 

Syeamofe 

Clinton and German . 

Leesburg 

Jefferson - 

Tuscarawas 

Canaan 

Greenville 

Union 

Chcfiter 

Jerome 

Cohnubia 

Harmony 

Greene 

Colerain 

Pierce 

Alexander 

Harlan 

New Haven 

Plymouth 

Perry 

Washington 

Monroe 

Valley 

Springfield 

Bearfield 

Lebanon 

Liberty 

Green 

York 

Cass..... 

Salem 

Pulaski ... 

Franklin 

Pultney 

Paint 

Randolph 

Union 

Wayne 

Clear Creek 

Plain 

Olive 

Richland 

Clayton 

Manchester 

Monroe 

Union 



Stark 

, Geauga I 

i Hamilton , 

, Licking 

Shelby ' 

Putnam 

Lake 

Ashland 

Carroll 

Mahoning 

I Wyandot 

Fulton 

Union 

Tuscarawas 

Stark 

Wayne 

Darke 

Butler 

Wayne 

Union 

Hamihon 

Clarke 

Shelby 

Belmont 

Clermont 

Athens 

Warren 

1 Huron 377 

I Richland 768 

I Montgomery 

I Clermont 



Guernsey 

Gallia 

Perry 

Meigs 

Delaware .».. 

Scioto 

Belmont 

Muskingum. 
Highland.... 
Williams .... 

Morrow 

Belmont 

Highland.... 

Portage 

Ilancock 

Warren 



Wayne . 
Meigs ... 
Clinton. 
Perry ... 
Morgan. 
Perry..., 
Butler... 



229 
236 

31 
634 
228 
156 
170 

69 
136 
362 

77 
197 

77 
170 
247 
293 

90 

74 
124 
243 
200 

53 
104 

69 

72 
107 
151 

1,145 

187 
136 
121 
238 
172 

50 
141 
131 

69 
225 

99 
147 
145 

51 
110 
236 
230 
227 
110 
163 
148 
192 
245 
162 
126 
349 

85 



564 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Uniscorporatbd Towns in Ohio— Continued. 



Name of place. 



Riciiland 

Richmond Dale . 

Ridgeville 

Ringgold 

Rix*8 Mills 

Robertsville 

Rochester 

Rockville 

liockville 

Rogersville 

Rollereville 

Rollers ville 

Rome 

Rome 

Rome 

Rosi'oe 

Rose Hill . 



Rosen garden . 
Uoseville 



Rosseau.. 

Itossville 

Roundhead 

Iio\vsl)ury 

Row ville 

lioxabt'l 

Rovalton 

Rural 

Russell Station . 

Russia 

Rutland 

Saint John's 

Saint Martin's.., 

Saint Paris 

Salem 

Salem Centre.... 

Saltillo 

Samantha 

Sampson 

Sandyville 

Sardinia 

Sardis 

Scioto ville 

Seeleysville 

Sego 

Selma 

Sewellsville 

Shadeville 

Shanesville 

Shannon 

Sharon 

Sharon 

Sharon Centre... 

Sharon ville 

Shenandoah 

Shepherdstown. 
Sherwood 



Township. 



County. 



Richland 

Jefferson 

Clear Creek 

Union 

Rich Hill 

Paris 

Rochester 

Green 

Blue Rock 

Auburn 

Madison 

Scott 

Green 

Prairie 

Blooming Grove . 

Jackson 

Mississinewa 

Marion 

Harrison 

Union 

Spring Creek 

Honndhead 

Perry 

Bucks 

Concord 

Koyalton 

Franklin 

Union 

Loramie 

Jutland 

Marion 

Perry 

Johnson 

Randolph 

Salem 

Clayton 

Penn 

Neave 

Sandy 

Washington •.. 

I^e 

Porter 

Manchester 

Madison 



; Logan . 



Kirkwood .... 

Hamilton 

Sugfr Creek . 
Muskingum.. 

Svcamore 

Sharon 



Jackson 

■ Blooming Grove . 

Wheeling 

Delaware 



: Warren 

Morean 

: Muskingum.. 

Stark 

' Lorain 

Adams 

Muskingum.. 

Tuscarawas.. 

Sanduskv 

(I 

Adams , 

Franklin 

Richland 

Coshocton 

Darke 

Mercer 

Perry 

Morgan 

Miami 

Hardin 

Ashland 

Tuscarawas ... 

Ross 

Cuyahoga 

Clermont 

Highland 

Shelby 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Brown 

Champaign ... 
Montgomery.. 

Meigs 

Perry 

Highland 

Darke 

Tuscarawas... 

Brown 

Monroe 

Scioto 

Morgan 

Perry 

Clarke 

Belmont 

Franklin 

Tuscarawas... 
Muskingum... 

Hamilton 

Noble 

Medina 

Pike 

Richland 

Belmont 

Defiance 






m 

234 
74 
80 

m 
m. 

237 
35 

m 

212 
^ 6ft 

41 
22^ 

84 
20a 
681 

ua 

14 

96 

50 

206 

176- 

196 

m 

224 

84 
91 

m 

91 
139 
127 

50 



Ifl 



297 

19 

80 

104 

47 

239 

283 

26» 

671 



214 
116 
146 



204 
124 
178 
70 
54 
196- 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
UxiscoRPORATBD T0WK8 IX Ohio — Continued. 



56.1 



Name of place. 



Township. 



County. 






Silver Creek.. 

-"^li^ 

Smith ville 

Smyrna 

Socialville 



Somerton 

Sonora 

•South Arlington... 
South Lebanon.... 

South Olive 

South Perry 

South Ridge 

Soutli Woodbury. 

Spencer 

Spencer's Station. 

Springfield 

Spring Hill 

Spring Mountain- 
Spruce Vale , 

Stafford 

Stanleyville 

Staunton 

Staunton 

Steam Corners 

Steinersville 

Stelvideo 

Straitsville 

Strasburgh 

Struther's 

Suffield 

Sugar Grove 

Sugar Tree Ridge.. 

Sullivan 

Summitville 

Sunbury 

Sunbury 

Swanders 

Swanton 

Sycamore 

Sylvania 

Symmes* Corners . 

Syracuse 

Tabasco 

Talmadge Centre.. 

Taylorsville 

Taylorsville 

Temperance ville .. 

Thomastown , 

Thompson ville , 

Thornport 

Three Locusts...... 

Tileton 

Tiro 

Tiverton 



Taylor Creek 

Adams 

Cireene 

Freeport 

Deerfield 

Somerset 

Perry 

Clay 

Hamilton 

Olive 

Perry 

Austintown 

Peru 

Spencer 

Millwood 

Springfield 

Dover 

Monroe 

8t Clair 

Franklin 

Fearing 

Concord 

Staunton 

Trov 

York 

Richland 

Coal 

Franklin 

Poland 

Suffield 

Springfield 

Concord 

Sullivan 

Franklin 

Berkshire 

Uerman ". 

Franklin 

Fulton and Swan Creek.. 

Sycamore 

McKean 

Fairfield 

Sutton 

I'nion 

Tallmadge 

Huntington 

White Oak 

Somerset 

Springfield 

Monroe 

Thorn 

TuUy 

Salem 

Auburn 

Tiverton 



I Hardin 

Clinton 

I Wayne 

' Harrison 

I Warren 

1 Belmont 

, Muskingum... 
I Montgomery.. 

1 AVarren 

'Noble 

Hocking 

Mahoning 

Morrow 

Medina 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Fulton 

Coshocton 

Columbiana... 

Monroe 

Washington .. 

Fayette 

Miami 

Morrow 

Belmont 

Darke 

Perry 

Tuscarawas... 

Mil honing 

Portage 

Clark 

Highland 

Ashland 

Columbiana .. 

Delaware 

Montgomery.. 

Shelby 

Fulton 

Wyandot 

Licking 

Butler 

Meigs 

Clermont 

Summit 

Brown- 

Highland 

Belmont 

Summit 

Perry 



Marion 

Shelbv 

Crawford .. 
Coshocton . 



88 

87 

546 

100 

59 

159 

183 

140 

42 

105 

182 

397 

80 

159 

69 

284 

147 

55 

31 

172 

55 

68 

63 

62 

50 

66 

308 

181 

188 

110 

146 

79 

117 

69 

340 

119 

67 

335 

272 

46 

101 

1,545 

128 

376 

77 

56 

145 

360 

52 

125 

108 

103 

90 

30 



566 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Unincori»orated Towns in Ohio — Continued. 



Name of place. 



Townsend Centre.... 

Tranquility 

Tremont 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Trimble 

Trotwood 

Troy 

Twenty-Mile Stand.. 

Twinsburgh 

Tymochtee 

Union 

Union 

Unionport 

Uniontown 

Uniontown 

Union ville 

Uniopolis 

Unity 

Unity 

Utopia 

Vanatta 

Vega 

Venice 

Venice 

Verona 

Vienna 

Vinton 

Wahlsburg 

Wakefield 

Wakeman 

Walhonding , 

Warner 

Warsaw 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Washington villo 

Waterford 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watertow^n 

Waterville 

Watkins 

AVattfiville 

Waynesburg 

Weaver's Station .... 

AVeaverville 

AVebster 

AVenger Lawn 

AVest Baltimore 

West Bedford 

Westboro' 

AVest Carlisle 



Township. 



County. 



a 



I -22 



<2- 



Townsend 

Scott 

(ierman 

Madison 

AVarwick 

Trimble 

Madison , 

Troy 

Deerfield 

Twinsburgh . 
Tymochtee ... 
Turtle Creek.. 

Randolph 

Wayne 

Wheeling 

Lake 

Meigs ville 

Union 

Oliver 

Unitv 

Franklin 

Newton 

Bloomfield 

Ross 

Margaretta 

Harrison 

Harmony 

Huntingdon ., 

Scott 

(freenville.... 
AA'^akeman ..... 
New Castle .. 

Salem 

JefTerson 

Delhi 

Washington . 

( Green 

I Salem 

Middlebury... 

AVaterford 

Symmes 

AVatertown ... 

AVat^rville 

Mill Creek 

Fox 

Auburn 

Neave 

AVads worth... 

Bloom 

Clay 



Huron 

Adams 

Clarke 

Butler 

Tuscarawas 

Athens 

Montgomery 

Ashland 

Warren 

Summit 

AVyandot 

AVarren 

Montgomeiy 

Jefferson 

Belmont 

Stark 

Morgan 

Auglaize 

Adams 

Columbiana 

Clermont [ 

Licking 

Jackson 

Butler 

Erie 

Preble 

Clarke "' 

Gallia 

Brown 

Darke 

Huron 

Coshocton 

Washington ; 

Coshocton 

Hamilton 

Richland 

Mahoning 2^\ 

Columbiana 676 / 

Knox 

AVashington 

Lawrence 

Washington 

Lucas 

Union 

Carroll 

Crawford 

Darke 

Medina 

Scioto 

Montgomery 



Bedford | Coshocton. 

: Jefferson ; Clinton 

Pike I Coshocton . 



17^ 

27» 
379^ 

3im 

121 

9» 
1T7 

47 
201 

as 

175 
224 
87 
168 
24» 
118 
116 

lie 

79 

29 
810 
116 
281 
170 
196 

19 

15 
582 

70 

64 

m 

148 

50 



104 
110 
49 
177 
382 
89 
25 
47 
69 
22 

40 

78 

135 

228 

154 



^ SOCIAL STATISTICS. 

rNiNCORPORATKD TowNS IN Oiiio — Concluded. 



567 



Name of place. 



West Charleston Bethel 

West Farinington Farmini 

AVestfield Westfield 

West Jefferson Jefferson 

West Lafayette Lafayette 

AVest Lancaster : Jefferson 

West Lebanon I Paint 

West Liberty Vernon 

West Manchester | Monroe 

West Miami City Harrison 

Westminster j Auglaize. 

West Newton 

West Point ' Congress 

West Richfield | Richfield 

West iSonora. Harrison 



West Springfield 

AVestville 

Westville , 

West Wheeling .... 

Wharton 

Wheelersburg 

Wheeling 

White Oak Valley 

Whittlesev > Lafayette 

Willettsville ! Union 



Springfield 

Mad River 

Smith 

Pultney 

Richland 

Porter 

Wheeling 

Scott 



AVilUams Center.. 

Williamsport 

Williamstown 

Wilmot 

Wilson's Mills 

Winchester 

Windham 

Winesburg 

Winfield 

Wingart's Corners... 

Winona 

Witham8\'ille 

AVolf's Station 

Woodsdale 

Woodville , 

Woodville 

Wyandot 

Wyoming 

Yelverton 

York 

York 

Youngsville 

Zimmermanville 

Zoar 

Zoar 




Center 
Congress 
Madison 
Sugar Creek 

Mayfield 

Bloomfield 

Windham 

Paint 

Dover 

Holmes 

Butler 

Union 

Salem 

Madison 

Woodville 

Wayne 

Antrim 

Springfield 

Taylor Creek 

Smithtield 

York 

AVayne 

Beaver Creek 

Lawrence 

Hamilton 



Morrow 
Summit.. 
Preble. 
Clarke- 
Champaign . 
Mahoning , 
Belmont.. 
Wyandot . 
Scioto . 
Guernsey . 
Brown.. 
Medina 
Highland. 
Williams . 
Morrow 
Hancock.. 
Stark . 
Cuyahoga .... 

Jackson 

Portage 

Holmes , 

Tuscarawas .. 
Crawford .... 
Columbiana.. 

Clermont 

Tuscarawas . 

Butler 

Sandusky 

Clermont 

Wyandot 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jefferson 

Medina 

Adams 

Greene 

Tuscarawas . 
Warren 



199 

81 

128 

412 

99 

64 

358 

236 

115 

88 

128 

177 

100 

95 

406 

68 

130 

840 

70 

70 

164 

76 

98 

291 

23 



568 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF MARRIAGES AND BIRTHS IN OHia 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 81, 1881, AS REPORTED BY 

PROBATE JUDGES. 



Marriages. 



Births. 



Counties. 



AVhite. Colored. 



'JZ pO 



c^ 



C3 



CO 

a ' 9i 

CQ ' PQ 



5 
^ 



White. 



^4 



I Colored. 



^ 

»«=i 



c 
— - , St 

e ' ►< ; 5 



Adams i 223 : 223 250 

Allen ; 320 7 14 341- 493 

Ashland 181 181 235 

Ashtabula ' 270 7 ' 277 274 

Athens 285 7 ' 292 27« 

Auglaize , 242 19 , 261 327 

Belmont 334 15 340 513 

Brown 279, ' 279 30H 

Butler 306 4 5 i 315 332 

Carroll 127 ! 127 177 

Champaign , 274 19: 293 262 

Clarke 435 435 430 

Clermont 331 7 , 338 365 

Clinton 193 8 201 226 

Columbiana... 315 4 319 612 

Coshocton , 236 23<5 280 

Crawford 261 4 2 267 312 

Cuvahoga 1,558 159 1,717 2,712 

Darke 443 443 565 

Defiance 212 5 3 220 295 

Delaware 224 5 229 297 

Erie 254 1 6 261 a59 

Fairfield 272 1 273 377 

FAyette 186 8 194 221 

Franklin 795 795 681 

Fulton 126 5 131 224 

Gallia 291 •. 27 318 318 

Geauga 141 141 97 

Greene 250 • 250 245 

Guernsey 216 .... 9 225 285 

Hamilton' 2,768 146 146 3,060 4,094 

Hancock 276 276 395 

Hardin 282 282 321 

Harrison 163 3 166 181 

Henr>^ 186 3 189 236 

Highland 220 14 234 305 

Hocking 238 1 239 287 

Holmes 166 166 210 

Huron 302 5 2 309 313 

Jackson 259 « 267 318 

Jefferson 213 , 8 221 320 

Knox 274 274 266 

Lake 126 3 129 91 

Lawrence 430 17 i 447 532 

Licking 379 2 381 a59 

I^gan 233 16 249 287 

Lorain 291 5 6 302 324 



253 


4 


4 


26 


387 


3 


8 , 


212 






286 


3 


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294 


13 


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511 


16 


24 1 


282 


16 


19 i 2 


351 


11 


8 ! 


172 




1 !..._. 


262 


18 


10 


368 


33 


21 


316 


20 


18 ...... 


237 


5 


13 j 


578 


13 


6 4: 


231 




1 ' 


319 




4 ! ' 


2,256 


22 


12 1 


518 


6 


2 ! 


253 


1 




256 


4 


2 1 i , 


309 


4 


4 16 


341 


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225 


26 


18 ' 


651 


30 


37 1 


219 




1 


268 


18 


12 ; 


83 




1 


211 


29 


39 1 5 


268 




, 


3,764 


98 


72 , 


361 




! 2 


330 


4 


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177 , 


11 


8 1 ' 


247 






266 


15 


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1 


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1 


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316 ! 


13 


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259 


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240 


4 






74 




1 




566 1 


22 


16 




333 I 






1 


262 , 


13 


7 


1 1 


305 1 


6 i 


5 





537 
891 
447 
566 
589 
647 

1,064 
625 
702 
350 
552. 
852 
719 
481 

1,213 
512 
635 

5,003 

1.091 
54« 
560 
682 
722 
490 

1,399 
443 
616 
185 
529 
553 

8,m 

758 
656 
377 
483 
600 
476 
423 
617 
651 
599 
510 
166 
1,136 
692 
670 
640 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



569 



Table Showing the Number of Marriages and Births in Ohio — Continued. 



Counties. 



Lucns 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery ... 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum ... 

#:oble 

^Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Bichland ,. 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

ouirj£« •••••••• -•• .. 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington ... 

AVayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



Marriages. 



White. Colored. 



Births. 



^ 



0Q PQ 



578 




! 24 


141 




5 i 


240 


ii 


2 


187 




3 ' ; 


178 






276 




24 


183 


52 


2 , 


340 


1 


11 ! 


200 






668 




21 ; 


163 






191 , 




i;:;;::' 


406 ' 




14 


162 






157 




i 


138 




4 1 


257 




5 : 


240 




5 1 


171 ' 




14 ' 


236 




2 


209 




2 


208 


37 


1 • 


816 






343 




29 


278 i 






310 


2 


7 


330 


18 


2 


208 


14 


4 


540 




1 , 


402 


3 


2 


274 




1 


845 






241 i 




2 


219 




13 


172 




2 1 


238 




13 


337 


2 


5 


318 : 




3 


179 






802 






209 ! 


2 





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602 
146 
253 

190 I 

178 • 
299 I 
237 
352 
200 
689 

163 ; 

191 I 
420 
162 
157 
142 ' 
262 
245 
185 ; 
283 
211 I 
245 ' 
316 
372 

278 ; 

319 
350 
226 I 
5U ' 
407 
275 I 
345 
243 ! 
232 , 
174 
251 
344 ' 
321 

179 I 
302 I 
211 I 



White. 



726 I 
184 
499 ! 
302 ; 
187 I 
375 

323 : 

B52 
360 ' 
968 
206 , 



177 
470 
274 
217 
185 
522 
255 
243 
255 
216 
329 
a56 
435 
298 
428 
369 
296 
797 
417 
431 
550 
286 
333 
248 
224 
501 
443 
277 
419 
230 



a 



162 
484 
275 
186 
323 
301 
330 
342 
869 
221 
150 
461 
282 
201 
190 
538 
258 
203 
224 
236 
314 
322 
363 
252 
412 
396 
256 
737 
423 
447 
480 
304 
340 
252 
206 
499 
367 
260 
374 
227 



Totals 27,475 513 552 26 ' 28,566 36,148 33,549 



Colored. 






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--- * 

OS I 

a I X 

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43 



8 10 
4 i 5 

1 I 5 



11 13 
1 I 3 

11 17 
1 

14 I 11 
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10 
12 



2 

33 !. 



11 ! 



679 



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1,407 
364 
992 
683 
373 
722 
628 
710 
703 

1,862 
427 
329 
948 
556 
418 
386 

1,073 
533 
464 
479 
458 
643 
681 
866 
550 
855 
766 
554 

1,534 
846 
8S4 

1,042 
602 
683 
502 
447 

1,029 
813 
537 
793 
463 



606 1 112 71,093 



1 The number of births In Hamilton county includes only those in the city of Cincinnati, kindly 
furnished by Its Board of Health ; the number reported by the Probate Judge of Hamilton county for 
the entire county— 152 births— being, as usual, evidently Incorrect. 



570 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF MARRIAGES IN EACH COUNTY 1:^" 
OHIO, FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1881, AS REPORTED B^^ 
PROBATE JUDGES. 



Number of Marriages in each Month. 



1880. 



J881. 



Coiiiiilev. 



< 



i 1 



I 

6 



5 * ; >. 

V ** s 



flS 

5? 



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Adams 19 

Allen ai 

A.<iilan(l ; 10 

Ashtabulji 18 

Alhons 1 *2f) 

Auglaize Jfi 

Kelmont ' 18 

Brown ; H» 

Butler I 28 

(.'arroll , 8 

Champaign 10 

Clarke , 24 

riermont i 20 

(ninton ' 15 

('oltimbiuna j 12 

(■oshocton ' 2:J 

Crawford i l.*) 

<'uyahogR 12o 

Darke 27 

Defiance lo 

Delaware 20 

Erie 18 

Fairfield 2.S 

Fayette 13 

Franklin 74 

Fulton 14 

Gallia 2'J 

Geauga 8 

(ireene i:*. 

(Tuernsey 17 

Hamilton 251 

Hancock 20 

Hardin i 15 

Harri.son l.T 

Henrv %\ 

Highland , u 

Hocking 1(» 

Holmes IC 

Huron ' 27 

Jackson 3.'? 

Jefferson I 17 

Knox 14 

lAke 8 

Lawrence i 45 

Licking 26 

Ix)gan I 18 

Lorain 21 

Luca.s 44 

Madlsfm : 12 

Mahoning 17 

Marion 20 

Medina.. 7 

Meigs 25 



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19 

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24 
40 

2n 

8 

32 

13 

21 

102 

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18 

15 

20 



51 

10 

20 

11 

15 

14 

307 

10 

11 

12 

10 

12 

, 21 

' ii 

I 25 

21 

I 19 



32 
2:^ 
18 
22 
49 

9 
20 
10 

9 



9 

IS 

11 

10 
24 
13 
18 
14 
10 



: 29 

I 20 

12 

i 2<» 

14 

' 18 

, 129 

' 20 

10 

19 

1 10 

15 

8 

07 

8 

23 



12 

12 

295 

13 

21 

. 12 

, 9 

13 

11 

! 14 

12 

22 

I 24 

I 10 

I 86 

: .30 

I ii 

I 47 

1 17 
, 15 
' 10 



16 


10 


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27 


7 


14 


22 


17 


13 


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28 


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18 


13 


10 


12 


1 


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17 


1 23 


20 


1 3« 


15 


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18 


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25 


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20 


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10 
12 
20 I 18 



I 15 
14 



14 
12 
40 

1 
20 

3 
17 
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17 
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21 
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14 
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6 
40 
30 

8 
23 
30 
15 
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10 

8 
19 



14 
20 
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21 
35 
10 
29 
44 
34 
20 
27 
21 

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148 

! 40 

' 24 

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i 73 
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I 10 
23 

' 275 

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! 24 
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18 
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18 
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23 

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34 

29 

I 41 

! 72 

I 19 

10 

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37 
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32 
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15 
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31 
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17 
83 
38 
18 
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19 
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113 
30 
17 
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24 
21 
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20 
22 

9 
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21 
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27 


22 


29 


21 


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12 


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311 
181 



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> 315 
• 127 
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435 
' 338 

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' 819 

I 236 
267 
1717 

I 448 
220 
229 

. 261 
27^5 

; 194 
795 

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141 
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I 2K2 

166 

I 189 

239 

1G6 

' 309 

: 2fi7 

221 
274 
129 

249 
302 
602 
146 
•253 
190 
11% 
29» 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Number of Marriages is each County— CoDtinued. 



571 



Couniies. 



Number of Marriages in each Month. 



18X0. 



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Mercer ^.. H 

XtiamI 2a 

Monroe^ ! It 

Mootgomery i f)0 

Morfan ' 12 

Morrow 12 

HaRkingum 37 

Noble ]"i 

Ottawa Ifi 

Paulding i It 

Perry tj 

Pickaway » ^„ 17 

Pike 

Portage lii 

Preble U 

Patnam 35 

Richland , 19 

Row. n 

Sandusky I '2S^ 

Scioto as 

Seneca / SB 

Shelby , 16 

Stark ^ 43 

Summit 27 

Trumbull jn 

Tuscarawas ^ i!0 

Union 21 



Van Wert.. 

Vinton.^ 

Warren^ 

Washington.. 

Wayne 

WiUlams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



19 

n 

11 

22 

S3 
15 



Totals 2105 



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200 
680 
168 
191 
420 
162 
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142 
262 
245 
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319 
850 
226 
541 
407 
275 
345 
243 
232 
174 
251 
344 
321 
170 
302 
211 



2225 



28566 



672 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF BIRTHS IN EACH COUNTY 

BY PROBATE 



Number of Births in each Month. 



1880. 



Counties. 



April. 



May. 



June. 



July. I August. 



I 



Adams 20 

Allen 41 

Ashland 14 

Ashtabula ; 11 

Athens i 18 

Auglaize ' 23 

Belmont 36 

Brown 19 

Butler 21 

Carroll 9 

Champaign 16 

Clarke 25 

Clermont i 25 

Clinton ' 16 

Columbiana 41 

Coshocton 1 16 

Crawford ' 17 

Cuyahoga 192 

Darke 23 

Defiance | 20 

16 
33 
30 
22 
34 
14 
38 
7 
12 
18, 
329 i 
21 I 
24 : 
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17 ; 



Delaware. 

Erie 

Fairfield .. 
Fayette .... 
Franklin .. 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga.... 

Greene 

Guernsey 
Hamilton* 
Hancock... 

Hardin 

Harrison .. 

Henry _. 

Highland t 17 

Hocking 16 

Holmes 17 

Huron 20 

Jackson i 21 

Jeflerson • 19 

Knox 19 

Lake , 9 

Lawrence ' 45 

Licking i 16 

Logan..« ! 20 






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22 
48 
17 
25 
21 
29 
52 
21 
30 
15 
34 
39 
41 
23 
46 
20 
29 
249 
56, 
23 I 
16 
23 
35 
19 
63 

27 ; 

33 
7 
22 
28 
334 
42 
30 
16 
18 
26 
28 
21 I 
25 
31 
26 
24 
11 
40 
34 
24 



tan 



September 



• I - 
^ 8 

a I £ 



25 

31 

25 

28 

33 

25 

43 

22 

36 

14 

22 

43 

32 

25 

65 

22 

29 
199 

47 

17 

23 

24 

32 

24 

54 

22 

18 
9 

31 1 

26 I 
352 ! 

39 ' 

31 J 
12 
16 I 
28 ' 
11 
23 
24 I 
23| 
25 
19 I 

5 I 
54 I 

32 ' 
21 I 



49 
21 1 

25 I 

21 ; 

29 I 

42 

35 

18 , 

16 : 

24 
53 . 

26 > 
22 
49 
27 
22 

226 
60 
28 
40 
23 
37 
25 
63 
20 I 
16 ! 

27 
23 

335 i 
29 
30 
18 I 

24 1 
33 ! 

27 t 

25 1 



39 
33 
33 
27 
8 
46 
35 
30 



30 
38 
30 
31 
21 
33 
53 
29 
24 
14 
30 
29 
20 
22 
48 
21 
27 

194 
60 
28 
24 
31 
32 
29 
59 
18 
28 
12 
19 
26 

326 
27 
27 
16 
23 
22 
19 
18 
33 
33 
25 
15 
9 
58 
29 
21 



» As stated before, the births in Hamilton county include only those In the cit>' of CindniiatL 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



573 



IX OHIO, FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1881, AS REPORTED 
JUDGES. 



Number of Births in each Month. 



1880. 



October. I November. 



U 



31 
23 



32 
21 
23 
41 
53 
22 
53 
1J> 
30 



C3 

s 



16 I 

28 

15 I 

28 

21 , 

34 1 

46 I 

18 

39 

15 

24 

35 

40 

24 

55 

32 

39 



231 203 

49 ' 56 I 
29 i 18 I 
37 I 22 ! 
a5 32 
27 
26 

23 
26 
12 
18 
17 
331 
37 
31 
18 
18 
26 
20 
20 
26 
22 
31 
17 
7 
37 
34 
22 



34 
18 
54 
16 
19 
10 
27 
24 
354 
43 
22 
16 
20 
25 
20 
19 
29 
35 
24 
28 
5 
40 
35 
24 



22 

35 

19 

31 

23 

31 

36 

30 

40 I 

12 

25 

28 

27 

20 

72 

21 

23 
202 

42 

32 

25 1 

30 I 

29 I 

18 

64 

17 

21 
6 

21 

17 
361 

32 

29 

14 

25 

32 

25 

10 

27 

25 

32 

22 
8 

41 

29 

21 



December. January, 



I 



OS 

s 



20 
37 
15 
20 
25 
27 
47 
28 
29 
12 
28 
45 
25 
22 
40 
14 
18 
104 
44 
20 
19 
26 
25 
16 I 
62 I 
12 
18 
5 
24 

14 i 

333 I 
36 
27 
14 i 
21 I 
25 
20 
10 
30 
26 
22 
24 
6 
63 
27 
20 



s 3 



r 



21 
42 
18 
21 
30 
23 
49 
35 
29 
19 
24 
33 
35 
18 
49 
23 
22 

241 
58 
16 
26 
30 
28 
24 
58 
22 
24 
6 
20 
30 

870 
27 
31 
19 
10 
25 
31 
15 
32 
24 
21 
21 
6 
57 
26 
22 



19 ; 

38 I 
18 I 

25 
27 I 
30 ! 
44 I 

37 ; 

32 
15 
24 
30 
30 
25 
49 
18 
19 

ia5 

43 
20 
19 
25 
29 
14 
58 
13 
16 
11 
22 
23 
364 
28 
31 
17 
26 
27 
12 
13 
26 
20 
33 
26 
4 
52 
27 
21 



B 



23 

54 

31 

25 

30 

31 

52 

29 

23 

14 

16 

47 

28 

19 

64 

29 

20 
280 

46 

29 

27 

38 

45 

23 

93 

25 

28 
9 

33 

28 
385 I 327 

33 I 28 



25 
43 
18 
35 
30 
34 
53 
23 
37 
19 
26 
34 
25 
13 
49 
25 
27 
221 
51. 
25 
21 
34 
44 
18 
75 
23 
25 
2 

17 
30 



28 
17 
24 
29 
33 
13 
19 
36 
34 
22 
6 
51 
32 
29 



29 
19 
23 
26 
16 
14 
19 
41 
24 
30 
7 
56 
32 
25 



1881. 



February. 



March. 



« 



a 

21 
42 
27 
26 
24 
19 
49 
26 
40 
21 
30 
52 
35 
13 
58 
21 
31 
260 
46 
28 
28 

as 

29 

17 

73 

22 

37 

12 

19 

I 24 

I 373 

• 48 

35 

16 

; 25 

32 

29 

16 

i ^ 
34 

: 31 

13 

4 

61 

39 

I 25 



1^1 



I 23 

1 34 

26 

, 29 

! 22 

27 

50 

27 

32 

18 

25 

34 

I 80 

21 

59 

18 

41 

199 

i 60 

17 

! 1^ 

30 

I 33 

I 15 

I 64 

I 21 

: 33 

3 

19 

33 

357 

38 

29 

17 

23 

23 

12 

16 

30 

36 

17 

16 

7 

49 

30 

25 



24 
57 
15 
25 
I 30 
37 
66 
33 
30 
11 
26 
48 
30 
22 
65 
35 
40 
282 
73 
30 
I 29 
! 35 
, 37 
23 
64 
. 14 
35 
6 
35 
28 
401 
36 
33 
18 
32 
45 
23 
18 
23 
30 
40 
31 
9 
52 
34 



cs 

a 



If 
-il 

! p 



3 



c 



26 



1 



1 



22 
43 
14 
21 
31 

25 

53 

41 I 2 

41 : 

18 I 

22 

39 , .... 

39 : 

24 |..... 
49 1 4 

26 

37 

258 

44 

26 

26 

18 

30 

21 

63 

19 

28 

10 

27 

25 
328 

38 

22 

14 

28 

30 

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17 

31 

33 

a5 

24 
10 
59 
34 



537 
891 
447 
566 
589 
647 

1,064 
625 
702 
350 

. 552 
852 
719 
481 

1,213 
512 
635 

5,003 

1,091 
549 
560 
682 
722 
490 

1,399 
443 
616 
185 
529 
553 

8,028 
758 
656 
377 
483 
600 
476 
425 
617 
651 
599 
510 
166 

1,136 
692 
670 



574 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Table showing the Number of Bibths in each County in Ohio, fob the 



Number of Births in each Month. 



1880. 



Counties. 



April. 



I a> 



May. 



Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahonins 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum ., 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam.. 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton.. 

Warren 

Washington .. 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



21 

48 
16 
28 
1« 
10 



17 
41 

9 
21 
27 

3 



16 I 25 
21 18 



24 
25 
62 

9 

7 
38 
17 
19 
10 
44 
13 
13 
24 
16 
18 
21 
30 
17 
14 
20 
19 
59 
18 I 
33 I 
34 

3 ! 
22 



24 
28 
74 
12 

8 
38 
20 
20 
12 
48 
19 
18 

9 
11 
13 
24 
26 
20 
15 
24 
21 
58 
19 
39 
15 
13 
27 



17 


19 


12 


10 


48 


31 


26 


20 


20 


18 


20 


19 


17 


16 


2413 


2171 






17 

44 

11 

33 

82 

10 

18 

18 

16 ' 

24 

61 

11 

14 

30 ' 

20, 

16 

19 

36 

18 

15 

15 

12 

18 I 
29 ' 
36 
18 
30 
13 
21 I 
68 

19 I 
32 ' 
36 

I 20 

25 

14 
I 23 
! 36 

40 
! 14 

31 

15 






June. 






26 
45, 

13 ! 

40 

16 

10 I 
24 ! 
19 
20 j 
30 
69 
22 
11 
46 , 

11 ! 17 



17 
9 
45 
21 
18 
20 
16 
16 
30 
35 
15 
27 
25 
20 
56 
39 
29 
33 
31 
23 
20 
11 
42 
35 
18 
27 
22 



Totals 2413 2171 2442 2473 2660 2541 2830 2633 3*248 



22 
55 
15 
27 
18 
9 
42 
19 
25 
26 
62 
15 , 
11 



23 
16 
43 
16 
19 
14 
22 
14 
29 
36 
25 
24 
18 
25 
65 
34 
39 
46 
20 
25 
21 
27 

ao 

34 
29 
20 
17 



July. 



August. 



27 

50 
9 
37 
20 
15 
22 
20 
34 
23 
67 
14 i 
18 
33 

20 1 
10 I 
11 

Bl , 
19 1 

16 I 
20 
23 I 

30 ' 
15 
27 I 

17 I 
24 
23 I 

21 ! 
44 
29 I 
35 I 
44 ! 
17 I 

31 t 
24 
22 
87 
22 
21 
81 
24 



27 

54 

14 

31 

23 

14 

24 

18 

26 

32 

68 

10 

17 

41 

16 

12 

17 

39 

31 

12 

20 

13 

35 

23 

83! 

20 

40 

39 

25 

57 

27 

29 

88 

20 

24 

14 

20 

88 

83 

20 

35 

13 



28 
62 
11 
30 
5.5 
13 
26 
25 
24 
26 
66 
17 
12 
38 
21 
8 
18 
50 
29 
14 
22 
14 
18 
28 
22 
15 
35 
30 
19 
44 
43 
33 
31 
22 
29 
20 
11 
41 
32 
14 
27 
18 



September 






S 

fa 



OS 



26 I 
77 ' 
18 , 
47 ! 
23 
15, 
28 ' 
42 
36 I 
80 I 
76 
24 I 

111 
41 

21 I 

24 i 
17 ' 
44 
22 
22 
28 

25 1 
23 I 
28 
49 I 

26 ! 
48 
39 
21 ' 
65 
45 
33 
64 ; 
29 
89 
20 
14 ' 
40 
89 
31 
40 
26 



I 



38 ' 32 
63 I 61 
16 16 



87 
26 
16 
16 
37 
30 
19 
66 



41 
28 
10 
45 
30 
45 
41 
91 



18 I 19 
15 I 15 



37 
29 
23 
15 
47 
19 
29 
17 
26 
36 
19 
28 
32 
37 
41 
14 
50 
25 
34 
44 
30 
30 
19 



16 



I 



46 
84 
19 
29 
19 



44 
20 
17 
17 
46 
27 
29 
25 
21 
30 
35 
82 
19 
44 
36 
27 
53 
42 
32 
62 
28 
30 
29 
20 
47 
80 
18 
40 



23 
60 
23 
41 
23 
15 
36 
27 
33 
30 
78 
24 
14 
44 
30 
19 
17 
48 
21 
21 
20 
23 
29 
27 
35 
26 
45 
36 
22 
67 
31 
42 
49 
37 
36 
22 
12 
62 
89 
26 
89 
17 



2999 18263 3119 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 
Year ending March 31, 1881, as reported by Probate Judges— Continued. 



575 



Number of Births m each Month. 

1880. ! 1881. 

— -..,- - - . ^ -_- ^ - - - ,. 

October. November. December.! January. February. March. 

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a 

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32 


19 


27 


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26 


28 


20 


34 


28 


29 


28 




640 


69 


46 


73 


54 


67 


46 


59 


67 


56 


61 


63 


43 


43 


1,407 


13 


20 


18 


11 


25 


22 


11 


6 


23 


16 


12 


17 




364 


39 


60 


48 


41 


48 


46 


67 


47 


39 


45 


55 


54 




992 


31 


23 


20 


18 


24 


23 


39 


34 


17 


24 


32 


23 




583 


19 


20 


13 


U 


17 


23 


26 


21 


18 


15 


26 


23 




373 


28 


22 


30 


28 


36 


32 


39 


36 


47 


83 


33 


36 




722 


33 


29 


32 


9.:i 


24 


23 


29 


27 


34 


33 


24 


23 




628 


33 


27 


26 


24 


31 


31 


38 


31 


31 


32 


33 


37 




710 


27 


33 


22 


28 


23 


21 


35 


27 


32 


44 


44 


33 




703 


88 


86 


88 


m 


113 


79 


96 


83 


75 


61 


102 


67 




1,862 


18 


23 


16 


17 


15 


17 


16 


19 


27 


18 


26 


20 




427 


20 


9 


19 


23 


16 


8 


19 


18 


14 


7 


14 


9 




329 


33 


44 


40 


40 


38 


49 


44 


32 


47 


29 


44 


40 




948 


23 


22 


27 


26 


17 


29 


28 


24 


36 


23 


32 


27 




556 


14 


12 


18 


18 


17 


18 


21 


18 


20 


20 


16 


18 




418 


16 


21 


12 


12 


16 


12 


17 


15 


18 


31 


20 


19 




386 


35 


42 


44 


41 


42 


37 


52 


49 


52 


51 


55 


49 


3 


1,073 


26 


28 


19 


23 


20 


21 


28 


21 


24 


19 


19 


28 


2 


533 


23 


13 


25 


16 


30 


14 


17 


15 


21 


19 


23 


22 




464 


17 


23 


21 


12 


16 


18 


23 


13 


25 


21 


27 


29 




479 


20 


25 


8 


20 


14 


16 


21 


23 


27 


21 


20 


21 




458 


24 


28 


37 


31 


26 


27 


36 


30 


34 


31 


M 


27 




643 


39 


27 


24 


22 


27 


32 


27 


39 


38 


27 


37 


34 




681 


43 


37 


3:J 


28 


39 


32 


40 


39 


45 


37 


54 


50 




866 


22 


24 


25 


17 


24 


18 


28 


21 


31 


21